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Remember Me Poster Analysis.pptx

Remember Me Poster Analysis.pptx

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Published by: Shanelle Peters-Ogundeji on Nov 09, 2013
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Remember Me Poster Analysis
By SHanelle Peters
 
The backdrop of the poster consists of a blurred image of the New York skyline establishing the setting of the film. The partial bokeh effect suggests that the main image in the poster is a snapshot of an intimate moment between the two protagonists, suggesting that the viewers of the poster are in some way intruding on the couple. This alludes to the romantic drama genre of the film and reinforces the notion of the poster being an extended limb of the film. The colour palette of the poster mainly consists of black and white. The only other colour included in the poster is the red of the title which emphasises the importance of remembrance. The red is the focal point of the poster as it is eye catching and noticeable signifying that if the image has no impact on the viewer than the title and its connotations will. The red font combined with the blurred background brings the image and the rest of the titling to the foreground.
 
The credit block is positioned to the left of the image and disturbs the alignment of the prominent title.
The first line of the credit block states ‘Summit Presents’, the film was produced by Summit
Entertainment which is an American film company and a subsidiary of Lions Gate Entertainment. Summit Entertainment produces romantic films, among others such as Letters to Juliet. The credit block font is in light grey which merges the text with the background. The subtle colour palette does not adhere to the typical colour palette of romantic films, especially romantic films that SUmmit has produced as the poster for Letters to Juliet consisted of bright vibrant colours. However, the partial monotone colour scheme alludes to the possibility of there being both death and life. This is shown through the colour black which connotes death, however the colour black is partially included in the clothing of the two protagonists, which could indicate the death of a character.

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