Deconstructing narrative The high angle shot makes her seem vulnerable as if she is not...
This image is taken in a mid shot to represent that the targetaudience can relate to him in his situation. There is hardly...
This image is a two shot. From this image you can see thattheir relationship is close and that they feel close at this mom...
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Narrative Deconstruction

A narrative deconstruction of a bass hunter song.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      
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Transcripts - Narrative Deconstruction

  • 1. Deconstructing narrative The high angle shot makes her seem vulnerable as if she is not sure with her actions, thinking them over. The room is messy which can either reflect how confused she is or that she does not have enough effort to clean it. From the high angle shot I can establish that she feels isolated as she is by herself. Her costume (white form of pyjamas) can make her seem more pure and angelic, creating a trustworthy out look. This automatically gives her the innocent look and that it was not her fault. At first this image seems that it is an equilibrium as she seems to be completing a normal daily event of waking up. However later in the video you see that it is actually a disruption as she is dumping her boyfriend through text messages. During this scene you find out that she is the princess and hero, as she saves herself from the villain her boyfriend. The next part of the image is a low angle shot. This makes the audience feel as if the main character has thought about what is wrong and that it is improving. The light seeping in through the windows as well indicates that something is getting better. This is because light can signify purity and hope. This image has changed the previous image back into an equilibrium as she is sitting and thinking again which can be a normal daily task. At this moment the character in the foreground has transformed from a princess to the hero. As you can see from this image she is becoming mentally more powerful constantly as she feels good about what she has done.
  • 2. This image is taken in a mid shot to represent that the targetaudience can relate to him in his situation. There is hardly anything in themis-en-scene except for a silhouette of a bike. This can indicate that all hewants to do is escape the situation. His facial features can imply that he feelsregretful for whatever has happened, as if he knows that whatever he did heshould not have done has turned from an equilibrium to a disequilibrium quicklyback to an equilibrium. This is him being in a relationship, then dumped (thedisruption). Turning back into an equilibrium of being single. in this image the character is the villain however, in hisdefeated form as he has done something wrong and there has been aconsequence to his actions. The two characters in this image are laughing indicating thatthe character in the foreground is getting friends to help her get better. Theyare both laughing meaning that her mood is improving. This image is an equilibrium as it is just friends meeting upwhich is what many people regularly do. The friend in the image is a helper as she is helping the heroin the scene to get better and move on through her journey.
  • 3. This image is a two shot. From this image you can see thattheir relationship is close and that they feel close at this moment as they arewalking to each other. The two characters are only looking at each other notthe large amount of action in the background meaning that they feel thatthey the most important in this situation. this image is a disruption from an equilibrium of going outwith friends as they have separated from their friends and have joined eachother. Now the girl is the princess and the male is the hero as she isa prize of regretting and understanding what he did was wrong so he is hisprize.