To this extent, I decided to use the colour red in a more sparing way such as the scenes, in which blood drops on the gauze so as to spread out and make a mark. And in the scene where there is a blood print being slapped on a glass culminating with that of a human hand bloodied and making a mark on the glass. In using red with respect to only some shots, makes it have more of an impact. I also made use of blue and green as the other dominant colours. More neutral shades such as black, white and grey was used more sparingly.
Yet another strength of the movie is in the presentation of the female body. Now more current work on the female body has actually presented it in more of melodramatic situations, even in horror. It is presented as a form of misogyny where it almost appears as if the producer of the horror movie hates women (Williams, 2003). Women are mutilated and this is presented as horror. In this particular movie, although I wanted to use the female body for horror, I wanted to do it in a way where these forms of mutilations are not presented. This form of a presentation is a bit challenging as it deviates from some of the existing norms. However, this is a style that is similar to some movies such as the Grudge series.
Some of the weakness observed in the work was with respect with the planning. We had issues in planning for the outside shots. We did not plan enough, although we thought about the light, time of day and more, in the first sot we did not plan much for the weather. Secondly the place where the shot was taken it was also necessary to bring most of our prop in advance and set it up, and also out production unit cameras and more. We did not plan for this setting up time and it turns out that it took longer than normal. Because of this experience hence I also take with me the knowledge of how time management is important in production management.