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A handheld camera is multiple times when the children the film follows are talking about the food the eat and keeping a ‘video diary’ of it. This is done to show the children’s progress and make the audience feel more involved.
There is a plethora of shots of food brands as well as fast food branches to show how food we intake every day is extremely damaging for us. This will shock the audience because they won’t expect to see some of the brands they think are ‘healthy’ in the shots.
When we see the doctors and nutritionists we see a myriad of medical equipment in the doctor’s room and the doctors and nutritionists are all wearing stereotypical doctor code of attire e.g. White lab coats.
Non-diegetic music is used throughout the film that relates to the topic being spoke about. For example, ‘Lets Get Physical’ is used when exercise is being spoken about and clips of it are being shown and ‘Sugar, Sugar’ is used when sugar is being spoken about and shown.
Advertisement and News Broadcast dialogue is used diegetically and non-diegetically throughout the film to reinforce how important this issue is and how it is all around us.
Non-diegetic is also sued to put the film into context and explain the situation occurring on screen.
News Broadcasts, Magazine Articles and Online Articles, Old TV Talk Shows and Reality Shows are used to show the importance of the obesity crisis and how it is constantly in the media and how it surrounds us.