1 The close up on the face with the transition of the legs behind give an indication of the
narrative of the song. The picture behind of the legs, conforms to Laura Maulveys
theory of male gaze, by making the women appear naked. It also shows her
vulnerability to the way she's portrayed. For example her vulnerability to sexualisation
2 The women here is dressed up, the idea of her wearing 'fur' and a
'top hat' goes back to a victorian advertisement of wealth. However
the use of her lifeless skin and expression shows how having
wealth does not nessarcily mean happiness. This conforms to
Micheal Shore's theory of recycled cliche imagery that reflects
common issues of morality.
3 This picture, is an easier one to recreate. However the long legs how a striking
impact on the audience. This gives a negative representation of females from the
narrative. The audience view that she is passed out- perhaps from being drunk or
using drugs. For a teenage audience this can be comical and relatable, this is why
we wish to use this particuar in image in our own video.
4 This image is something that we also think would be powerfully recreated as an image to accompany the narrative. The
whiteness of the teeth contrasting the dark red lips connotes danger and attraction of opposites. This conforms to Andrew
Goodwins theory of visual art to portray a message.
5 The image showing a funeral hat
reflects a mourning, possibily
following the narrative- the
mourning of a loss of culture from
society. This can reflect how
women are left suffering because
of the sexualisation of society.
6 The use of the eye here reflects heavily on the narrative, it
shows how the eye holds emotion because of everything it has
seen. Making the link between parts of the body and female
vulnerability, conforms to the theory of visual art presented by