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Shot 1: A medium shot, eye level full frontal shot of a woman walking in an under the path. The music from the previous scene is beginning to fade out. The camera is handheld shot that tracks in front of her. The top lighting gives her bright look to notice the character, but as she continues to walk faster, the light begins to dim into darkness(shadow). She turns her head to her left and as the sound of her phone begins to ring. With her left hand, she searches for her phone in her bag.
Shot 2: She is still walking as her phone continues to ring. We see her extreme close up of her phone in her hands. She proceeds to flip the phone open — a sound of click from her opening her phone. We see her mom was calling.
Shot 3: She is coming from the shadow into the light as she closes her phone with her left hand to ignore her mother’s call. The phone makes a clicking noise when she closes the phone. We are back again at a close-up shot, eye level full frontal of the women. She stops walking and looking straight ahead of her. Most of the area she is in is dark but her body.
Shot 4: Suspenseful background music begins to play A rear shot of the women is standing on the left of the shot, and the light is hitting her from the top on the right-hand side. There is another woman in the long shot center of the shot. You also can hear the other women click her phone off. Background music continues to play.
Shot 5: First women again at a Medium shot, eye level and full frontal with a worried look on her face. Lighting is still top lighting to give her the main focus. Her hands are in her pockets because she is nervous. Suspenseful music continues to play.
Shot 6: So now we have a view of other women at a long shot view. The other women are in the center of the shot she begins to walk. You can hear the sound of her heels hitting the sidewalk as she walks.
Shot 7: Continues on the first one who is standing at a medium shot, eye lev...


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