Evaluation - Question 2: How does your media product represent particular social groups?
This is a scene of our movie where the male character is looking into the mirror.
In the same way in "The Stepfather", the male character is also looking into the mirror. We used intertextuality by using the same type of shot in our thriller. This shot makes it seem as though the character is doing ordinary every day things such as washing his face or shaving (in the stepfather's case).
Also by adding music over this scene it boosts the tension that the audience has.
This is a scene from our movie where the character is laying dead.
In the same way in "The Stepfather", the character is also dead. But in "The Stepfather", the scenes move from the bathroom into the kitchen where you see the dead boy. But in ours it is all set in one room where there is a couple and the dead person is laying in the bed.