- Faye needed to be included in the shots.
- Some camera shots were shaky so we should of used a tripod.
- We needed to edit in the purposely broken 180 degree rule to show how it does not work.
- We could of had a set genre rather than just an everyday theme.
- We needed appropriate props and setting.
- The acting needed to be more serious and thought out before hand rather than just last minute decisions. This is because we only had an hour so we would of had an idea of what to do during the filming.
- In the background we can see Sam so we should of made sure there was no one behind what we were shooting.
- We needed to have narrative enigma. We could of kept Charlie's identity hidden e.g. shot of feet coming through the door rather than his face.
- There are a lot of jump cuts so we should of taken more shots.
- The shots we took we should of varied and taken long shots as well as close ups. There is a shot when Harry says that he is much better than Sam so we should of taken a low angle shot to show him as bigger and more controlling.
- To show the viewers anchorage of where we were we should of taken a master shot of the room and its surroundings.
Welcome to the blog of Rasam Productions and Full Throttle Distributions Sam Pollock (The Director) charting the evolution of the opening to the new feature film "Wrenched" jointly produced with Rob Shaw (The Producer) and Asa Newmarch (The Cinematographer). You'll be able to see the final cut on my YouTube channel as well as various short videos and vodcasts/podcasts right here on this blog! Enjoy and please feel free to comment/add suggestions!