The wrong man documentary (interviews (the hosts interviewed the men who…
The wrong man documentary
the creators of the documentary were trying to show how in the 1980's to 1990's the justice system was corrupt and a lot of people got hurt from it. Many people got wrongly convicted or sentenced to death.
What the documentary was trying to show was the illegal tack-techs George Dangerfield used to wrong convicted people of a crime. These tack-techs were unfair and unjust
In further time, cases that George Dangerfield had were review and they were found inaccurate, people were sent to jail innocent and had there lives ruined because him.
it was interesting to see how one man could ruin the life's of so many people. this is what really grabbed my attention in the documentary.
Was the documentary effective or not? I think the documentary was effective because they did a great job of keeping the view interested and they did a good job showing how being on trial was unfair.
the hosts interviewed the men who were wrongfully prosecuted to get their point of view.
later they interview people who payed witnesses to lie, to figure out why they did it and their opinions on the Matter.
they were attempting to interview george dangerfeild who sent the innocent men to prison, but he refused.
the interviews were put in to both make us sypethise with the victims and add some more details to the story
it was effective in the documanty, it made us sympithies with the victims an realize how serious this issue was
the camera was always focused on the person or thing it was talking about. but some times it was con fusing during transitions between interviews because they only shoued one person at a time, it would have been better if they had shoune both of the people in the interview
it cuts to some video examples of the thing they were explaining. like if they were saying a man was interviewed they show the man getting interviewed. it gives some visuals to what they are saying.
the cameras where steady.
sometimes the focus of the camera was a little bit bury
when they were starting to solve a mystery they always put in some dramatic and mysterious music to accompany the mood.
whenever the person being interviewed was talking about something sad or serious, the music stops so you can feel the emotion of what they are saying.
the music is used to further engage the audience into the scene.
the music can be over the top at some moments, somtimes the music is too dramatic. as well as use alot of sound effects
the Narator always tells us the info that is not shown to us from the fotage, which makes his role importnt
anything that the narrator does not explain is explained by other means, usualy by the footage.
the narrator is used to explain information that is not otherwise given, or to tie up lose ends. ex. to give evidence in the court room
by Ben, Jack and Cade