In order to make the video more realistic, we decided to use make up to create bruised knuckles on the main character. This shows off his violent nature and helps the audience identify what is going on in the scene.




Jake – Main Character; Protagonist

Tanisha – Therapist

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Brendon – Lead Singer

Nikola – Drummer

Gianni – Guitarist

Joe – Bassist

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Note: The band actually plays the instruments they play in the video; the only exception is Brendon who is not actually in the band.


One of the most obvious props we used in our video are the instruments in the performance element. We are planning to use drums, guitar and bass in order to reinforce the genre and give the audience a better idea of the genre we selected to follow and base our video in. This also makes the video look more realistic, and that’s reinforced further by the fact that the band members that act for us in the video are actually musicians and can play the song well.

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Band Costumes

For the photoshoots and filming sessions we asked the band members to wear what they would normally wear, and luckily their style fit in perfectly with the image we were hoping to create in order to appeal to the audience.

The dark colours of the clothes reinforce the genre and therefore give the audience an idea of what music the band plays. The red shirt one of the guys wore fits in with the theme of the video and Digi-Pak giving it an interesting and engaging theme.

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