In thrillers, there's typically guns and violence. I feel that i the openinI've clearly addressed this cliche.
In psychological thrillers, the audience must be activly proicessing what's going on, by asking questions. I feel that from the openin, Ive created this enigma. There are alto of questions which attract the audience. For example, why are the colours purple? Why are they in a field? Who are these characters? Why ius this happening?
|Behind the scenes of Tarantino's "Django Unchained".|
As you can see, there's a lot of guns, blood and dead bodies.
Also, it's a great film. Just sayin'.
There are numerous way that I have addressed the audience through use of characters and setting. The location of the film supposed to be an urban environment in a time similar to ours. This therefore appeals to people who feel they can relate. Another way people can relate is through characters, especially if they're having a recurring nightmare about shooting their best friend in a field. But seriously, these characters, especially Riley and Nicholas have exaggerated personality traits that people should be able to relate to. People love characters they can relate to, it creates a sense of familiarization. This makes it feel as though they've been addressed and even makes them feel special. Awww.
Even the character of Eilif can be used for people to relate to their "evil" bosses and the people who they feel are raining down on them.