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1. Story behind the narrative: The short film may be about the relationship between a young, black boy (Kofi) and a mixed female (Leona) as he tries to get her number.…
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  • 1. Story behind the narrative: The short film may be about the relationship between a young, black boy (Kofi) and a mixed female (Leona) as he tries to get her number. However, the young boy fails to get the young girl's attention as she repeatedly claims how she already has a boyfriend but little does Kofi know that Leona's 'boyfriend' is Kofi's best friend. The humour behind this short film is the cheesy pick up lines the young boy uses towards the young girl. The pickup lines used by the Kofi are reflective of the slang young people from London use in the contemporary period. What makes this film different from other films is that it is an evident portrayal of the lifestyle of teenagers in North London today and it also reflects on the problems young boys face when attracting females. Such examples of the cheesy pick up lines include: 'Yo babes, send me your number', 'Yo piff ting, looking spicy today' etc... How to not Chat Up A Gyal September 2 2014 Genre: I specifically chose the genre of comedy because it is a very interesting genre that can easily attract my target audience of young people as the trait of humor is common with teenagers as opposed to adults. Moreover, because young people are stereotyped as fun, wild and more laid back in life, the genre of comedy perfectly relates to what society defines as a teenager. Comedy # Comparable films: Adot: How to not chat up a girl Adot: How to not chat up a girl is a comedy extract starring Adot comedian as he tries to attract a female's attention. This short film relates to my narrative idea as they both associated with the classification of humour. However, different to my narrative idea of my short film the humour behind Adot's comedy extract is his African accent which managed to appeal to thousands of viewers on YouTube!
  • 2. Made By Anita Ofori The ‘Big’ man ‘Oi buff ting!’ The Sideman How 2 NOT chat Up a Gyal: Comedy @Tm
  • 3. Audience: Age range: 13-17 (teenagers) as mostly slang and minimal taboo lexis used. Also all of the characters starring this film are amongst this age range. Ethnicity: N/A, in other words targeted to all ethnicities and this is emphasized through the mixture of different races amongst the actors. Area: Mostly aimed towards North/East Londoners as most of
  • 4. How to NOT chat up a Gyal: Actors @TM
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