Discuss how distinctively visual conveys distinctive experiences in at least TWO episodes of Seachange set for study and ONE other related text of your own choosing.
Composers use distinctively visual images to convey distinctive experiences within our lives, such as feelings we have felt, places we have been and images we have seen. This then helps emphasise the different purposes distinctively visual images can create. We are shown this in the TV series directed by Debbie Cox, Seachange, episode Manna from Heaven which is about Lady named Laura and her kids (Miranda and Rupert) moving from the big city to Pearl Bay and Playing with Fire is about is about the heat causing weird attraction across the town and defining relationships and by viewing and analysing the film ‘Edward Scissorhands’ directed by Tim Burton, this film is about a man with scissorhands made by a mad scientist who had died which defends for himself and a lady visits and takes him in. It is evident that the composers of these texts allow the audience to see distinctive experiences with our eyes as well as with our minds through distinctively visual.
In the Australian television series Seachange, Manna from Heaven the distinctively visual is presented to the viewer’s when Kevin is having dreams about the truth getting out as he and the town are hiding massive secrets of the Kevin learns later in the episode that the truth is sometimes superficial, others deeply personal and painful but truth always comes out in the end as shown in Seachange when at Tenzin’s lecture everybody seems to confess something they did except Kevin cause Heather cuts him off as she brings up a secret of who her parents are.
In the film ‘Edward Scissorhands’ directed by Tim Burton the distinctive visuals are when Peg, a local Avon lady drives to his house to sell her products,
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