Analysis Of The Film ' The Wild Country '

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The Wild Country is an action Western film set to be released in March 2018. I will be the director of the film, and will mainly take care of the visual aspect of the film. The first scene I will direct in the film is Scene IV. The spotting for the film will occur on November 24th, 2016. The first spotting session will consist of the type of content that will go along with the music in Scene IV. The meeting will be attended by the film composer Richard Marley along with our three music editors Cindy Nicholson, Brandon Howard, and Susan Baxter. The plot of the film is about Bruce West, a young cowboy who travels to Cape Town, Lousiana in order to seek redemption for the death of his family back in Mississippi. West family are murdered by the nefarious Samuel Reggins and his crew called the Red Bandits. The Red Bandits plan to infiltrate Cape Town by robbing the town of it’s fortune and kidnapping mayor Smith as hostage. In order to stop the Red Bandits, West creates a group called The Rebellions to fight against the Red Bandits and save Cape Town from chaos. Scene IV will have no source music, meaning there is no music will be heard by both the audience and the characters. Moreover, there will be no dialogue between characters as this is a silent film. The only sound in the scene will be the non-diegetic music created by the film composer Ben Hoffman. Moreover, the characters included in the scene will focus on Bruce West and Samuel Reggins, with the citizens of Cape Town
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