Tuesday, 18 January 2011

The Interpreter


The Interpreter

Background music is African music at the start to show where the film is set. There is an intro before the credits start, this shows 2 men being shot, which could be the story line. We are showed this first, similarly to a blurb in a book. We can tell the film will have action in from the start, as there is violence.

The rest of the credits then appear after the intro about 5 minutes in. They appear normally and in a standard font. At this point they are in America so the music changes to more orchestral. Each credit lasts for about 4-5 seconds, which is fairly slow.

I think the film’s genre is an action/thriller as there is a lot of early action and it is set in what seems to be a violent area.

I liked the fact that we are given an early idea of what the film is about in the pre title sequence intro as it sets you up for the general style of the film. 

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