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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What's on your mind? DOG 2009 Target audience is teen and parents.Teens: can learn toappreaciate their fathers.Parents: especially fatherscan relate to this. Appears washedout and drained.Portrays the coldlook of the movie gives a hint of the movie's theme. John Hillcoat The relationship between the fatherand son. Foreground is the charactersand backgroundis what's behind them The father and sonhold hands despite the apocalypse. This shows a father can be protective. This image shows that it is set in some kind of apocolyptic disaster.It shows 2 people walking. The clothes they are wearing suggests the condition and situation they're in. They wear winterclothes in what looksa barren wasteland. Mac | Early Adopter | Gadgets Nerds and Geeks typically getplaced as the same types of people. However there are many differences between the two. Looks afraid. The father looks moreanxious and determined lookingwhereas the child looksafraid and lost. DIRECTOR WHEN WAS IT MADE? WHAT IS BEING REPRESENTED FOREGROUND AND BACKGROUND TARGETAUDIENCE MAINCHARACTERS IMAGE Clothes Facialexpressions Colour Paul Ekman demonstratedthat facial expressions usedto exhibit certain emotionsare recognized by peopleeverywhere. Some cientist believehighly emotionals memoriesmight be stored in anotherstructure in the brain that may be functional at birth. For centuries people have studied the brain, but it is only in recent years that we have really started to learnhow it work. Perhaps one of themost important factorsinvolved in shaping our identity is memory the ability to retain and remember facts, faces,and experiences. Tought humans may share certain emotionsand recognized themin others. Every feeling you remember,every thought you feel, alters the connections within the vast network of brain cells, and memories are reinforced, weakened, or newly formed. The Egyptians presumed, like many people beforeand after them, that consciousness existed in the heart.
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