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PITCH PLANNING OF

IDEAS
Presented by Izzie & Samantha

NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION
Synopsis
Police bring back an unsolved murder case that happened 10 years ago,
involving the deaths of a mother and father of a 6 year old little girl
(Ruby).
The reason for recovering the unsolved murder case is due to recent
crimes being committed in the local area and surrounding towns which
have the same motives as the first killing. Police believe that this is the
same murderer and want to catch him before he does anything else.
Is Ruby still alive?

Title of film: Missing Ruby

NARRATIVE DESCRIPTION
Storyline
Little girl, aged 6 finds her parents slaughtered in their bedroom doesnt understand
whats happened. (opening titles)
A POV shot reveals what the murderer can see as the murderer emerges from the
bathroom looking down at hands whilst cleaning weapon (knife).
POV looks towards the little girl, laughs menacingly a series of extreme close-up shots
of the murderers eyes (ski mask) looking at the young girls, innocent, scared face.
Murderer runs towards girl
Screen fades to title of film hear little girl screaming with dramatic non-diegetic music
in the background.
A panning shot from the ground-past the house-and finishes off pointing towards the sky
(day after the incident happened).
A panning shot from ground-past the house-finishes pointing towards the sky. (day after
the incident happened).
(A Tisket, A Tasket) Magic Piano

SUB-GENRE & CONVENTIONS


Sub-genre chosen: Crime/Action Thriller
Conventions found within sub-genre:
Police sirens/cops/cars
Black clothing (killer)
Shadows
Low-key lighting
Weapon (gun, knife, baseball bat)
Blood
Injuries
Dead people
Deserted locations
Action-based music (fast paced, loud)

We are utilizing the conventions


within our opening sequence as
the murderers identity would
purposely be hidden.
This creates an enigma code,
making the audience want to
watch the rest of the film.
We are also planning on using fake
blood to represent the killing and
injuries sustained.
Low-key lighting, black clothing
and shadows will be used in our
opening sequence as apart of our

CHARACTER TYPES
Antagonist = murderer
Protagonist = little girl (Ruby)
Stereotype = little girl (weak, helpless, innocent)
Countertype = murderer (the audience will be led to believe that the killer
is a man whereas it could be a woman)

SUGGESTED LOCATIONS
Quiet park (preferably with swings)
Deserted street
Empty-quiet house
Dark woods
Quiet neighbourhood

BBFC BRITISH BOARD OF FILM


CLASSIFICATION
We have chosen to do the age rating as 15 because it will contain swear
words and violence, gore and blood.
We decided against a 12a and 18 because we felt that the conventions
of thrillers would be too much for someone under the age of 15 to handle
and we also felt that if we would use swear words or the violent/bloody
content, which would deem unsuitable. The reason we chose against a age
rating of 18 is because it will definitely not include nudity.

INDIVIDUAL ROLES WITHIN


PRODUCTION
We have decided; because there are only 2 people in our group, we will
share each role so that we can both have an equal understanding of how
each works and what they do.
The different roles are:

Director
Editor
Sound
Props & Costumes
Camera-woman

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