As a group we came up with the idea of a girl waking up, and she moves from being on her bed to walking over to the side of her bed where she gets out a box with a confidential folder, and scrapbook inside. She then places the scrapbook on her desk, where the audience begin to watch her in quite a fast pace, opening the pages that reveal her scribbles to do with newspaper articles about murdered people. Also in the scrapbook there will be photos inside, maps etc, all of which suggest that she has something to do with their deaths…

When she begins to stand up and hang polaroid pictures up against the detective style board the audience can see that these pictures are of a crime scene, where there’s severe injuries, murder weapons etc; this girl was clearly at the scene of the victim’s death…

Moreover, the newspaper headlines about a girl similar age to the character in the opening credits that’s dead but the police are looking for the murderer, the credits will appear whilst these newspapers appear onscreen, making it look as if our names are in the newspaper. (For example my name would be written like I was involved in the case ect)

The sequence will end with a distant sound of her mum who tells her to hurry up because she will be ‘late for school’, the girl then stands up and shuts her book, the screen will go black as the pages shut and the name for our opening title sequence will appear.

Which we have decided to call our thriller opening credits “Inquest” as a girl has been killed but the murderer can not be named, this means that the police are inquiring about this case through exploring her death in the film.

I think that our opening credits conform to the film genre Thriller, because we don’t reveal the girl’s face whilst suggesting that she has something to do with the case of a girl that’s been murdered through implying slight hints, indicating that she could possibly the antagonist of the film…

 

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