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Audience Research Analysis

Question 3) Do you think a femme fatale should be


included and how should she be represented (modern
or traditional)?
Most of our responses for this question said that we
should include a femme fatale and that she should be
modern instead of traditional. Our femme fatale Nora
Scarlett can be seen to have a modern representation
as she is empowered in the film and is given a equal
role to the men.
Question 4) What do you think the most important
element of the film should be? E.g. thriller, romance,
action etc.
The majority of responses for this question said that
the most important element is thriller and some
responses said action. Thriller can be seen in our film
as it involves a detective trying to discover the truth
behind a murder, this is often seen in a thriller film.
Our film also contains some action in it towards the
end when the main protagonist, Sampson, has a car
chase with the main antagonist, Nora Scarlett. This
shows that our film includes what our audience thinks
is important.
Question 5) Should the film be in colour or black and
white?
75% of our responses for this question said that our
film should be in black and white. This can be seen in
our film because the majority of it is set in the past
during a flashback our main protagonist, Sampson, is
having. To make the film feel that it is set in past we
have made the flashback scenes black and white. 25%
of our responses said that the film should be in colour.
We have also included colour in our film so we our
attracting a larger audience to our film. We have
included colour in the scenes during the present this
allows the audience to clearly see that the scene isn't
in the past.
Question 6) How important should the use of shadows
be in our film? In classic noir they are well used.

The majority of our responses for this question said


that the use of shadows is very important for our film.
We our going to try to include shadows in some our
scenes so we can meet this. We will also make sure
not to include too many and ensure that the shadows
we have included our effective.
Question 7) Should the film end with a happy ending
or a sad/confusing cliff-hanger?
90% of our responses for this question said that our
film should have a sad/confusing cliff-hanger. This can
be seen in our film because at the end the main
antagonist kills the main protagonist and we don't find
out if the antagonist is ever caught.
Question 8) What interests you most about film noir?
We received a variety of responses for this question
however most of the responses generally said that plot
twists and the dark themes interests them the most.
We have included both of these in our film as we when
we created our narrative we wanted it to be similar to
a traditional film noir and because of this we have
included plot twists and dark themes.
Question 9) How important is dramatic irony (when the
audience knows something that a character in the film
doesn't) to you as a viewer?
Most of our responses for this question said that we
should include dramatic irony in our film. This can be
seen in our film as the audience knows that the main
protagonist is going to be killed by the main
antagonist at the end and the protagonist is
completely unaware about the threat of the
antagonist.
Question 10) Classic noir usually has smooth jazz.
Should we follow this classic convention or go for a
more modern approach?
Most of the responses for this question said that we
should include classic jazz in our film. When we
compose the music for our film we will try to make it
sound like a classic song so we can appeal to our
audience.