Thursday, 31 March 2011

EVALUATION: 4&5) What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why? How will you attract/address your audience?

"Duplicate" was produced by our own production team, Sixx Studios. However we associated it with Candi Studios, who is also our distribution company.
Candi Studios is an independent low budget production company. Our film will be distributed via cinema (The Screen on the Green), DVDs, social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, Youtube as shown on the prezi presentation.)
There will be a private screening of our film and a release of 200 DVDs.


Due to the development of technologies, everyone now has access to the internet and have familiarised themselves with the software. Facebook is the biggest and most popular social networking site. Therefore it is a very ideal place to advertise out film.
I have made a prezi to show the many different ways of advertising on the internet,


EVALUATION Internet advertising

EVALUATION-4&5: What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why? How will you attract/address your audience?



'Sixx Studios' is a low budget Production Company which is also an independent company. The way that this film would be distributed by the company, would be through ; the cinema ( and other private screenings , such as family viewings) the internet ( for example social networking websites/youtube/vimeo) and  a release of 200DVDs .





Our thriller film has been released in this cinema; we viewed our thriller in the lead of all our teachers and AS peers. It has been up on my facebook, this was done to show everyone and get feedback for it .















EVALUATION: 1: In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?

Our thriller 'Duplicate' is very similar to 'The stepfather' their are very similar scenes




Changes identity 
In both films we see the characters change their identity , this shows that Duplicate is similar to real media products as it follows and develops the same type of storylines that real media products like The Stepfather. Both are in the bathroom doing their own things but we wonder why shes putting on the wig and why his wearing contact lenses.

Makes breakfast
Another similarity with the two openings, again making Duplicate, both making breakfast, coffee etc

Surprise of dead body
This is a major turning in both of the openings the first being the change of identity. This shocks the audience both are very similiar.

Both thriller is targeted to the older generation.

EVALUATION: 6: AUDIENCE FEEDBACK AND COMMENT

This a wordle showing the postitve feed back of our thriller film.

As in todays lesson, everyone watched each others thriller opening









Today our group showed our film to the rest of our media class ( group 7 / 8 / 9 & 10 ) and after watching our thriller opening for 'Duplicate' they gave us feedback on our openings strengths and things that we could improve on.

The main positive comments that the group received about the music were that it creates suspense , which is critical
 in a thriller movie as it is one of the main conventions to have if the film is to be successful. Another positive comment in which the group received about our thriller opening was about the use of mise - en - scene , mainly the props.

EVALUATION - 4 & 5 - What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why? How will you attract / adress your audience?

Our thriller 'Duplicate' was made with the help of 'Candi Studios' and our own self made studios named 'Sixx Studios' , which helped with the production of the thriller and its opening. 

'Sixx Studios' is a low budget , production company which is also an independent company. The way that this film would be distributed by the company , would be through ; the cinema ( and other private screenings , such as family previews) the internet ( for example social networking websites) and  a release of 200 DVDs .


The internet allows the film to be broad casted vastly and even globally. In the Prezi below is examples of how the film could and would be distributed to attracted the target audience.




Also there will be a cinema screening of the movie in an Islington cinema. It will be shown to students and teachers.This allows us to show the film directly to the main , targeted audience and also those who are not apart of the the direct target audience , but their reaction to the film may also be beneficial to our experience of making this opening.
Finally there will be a DVD release of 200 copies of 'Duplicate' .This allows us ( the makers of 'Duplicate') to give the film to those who we think we benefit from seeing it and also give the kind of feedback we want to hear and learn from.

Evaluation: Recording feedback










NOT COMPLETE 

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

EVALUATION: 3) Who would be the audience for your media product?

We watched all of the films made by the groups in our class. We gave and received feedback and suggestions on improvements. 
The students in our class are aged 16 to 17.
Our target audience were both male and female, with an age ranged from 15-30. This is because audiences aged between 15 and 30 will understand the plot as they have a mature mind.


As I said in a previous blog, males generally enjoy psychological thrillers, which is the genre of our film. Females will be attracted to our film because our main character is a woman, who steals another woman's identity. The outfit the main character wears is also quite stylish for an identity theft.














This is Melisa Mert, aged 17 and is a student. She is an outgoing person and enjoys spending time outside. Her hobbies are dancing, singing, acting, fashion and shopping! Her favourite genres of films are romcoms and thrillers. Duplicate is a thriller which she will enjoy as the protagonist is a female and converts her appearance which links to fashion. Her favourite places to shop are Selfridges and Topshop.


The prezi shows the contents of her bag which she takes to college.


EVALUATION: 2) How does your media represent particular social groups?

Jasmine, Duplicate                                Hedy, Single White Female










The character who inspired us the most was Hedy from Single White Female.
Single White Female was the film that inspires us with the concept of identity theft and fraud. Hedy relates hugely to our character, Jasmine. She becomes obsessed with another woman and eventually begins to adjust her appearance to exactly like the victim. Although their aim is the same, the characters have a few differences. Duplicate has a more action side to it as the main character murders the victim in the beginning then converts into them.

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

EVALUATION : Recored feedback














NOT COMPLETE 

EVALUATION-6: Audience feedback and comment

Here is a wordle on the strengths of our opening from others
During today’s lesson with Donna, we showed our peers (groups: 7,8, 9 and 10) our thriller opening (Duplicate). After they viewed the opening, they gave us feedback on the strengths on the opening sequence and aspects of the opening sequence that they think could be improved.
The main positive feedback that our group received was about the music, how it was suspenseful and thrilling.



Then for the aspects of the opening sequence we cold improve on was to signify the importance of the protagonist which cold be done by more close ups of the face which is showing facial reaction.

EVALUATION-3: Who would be the audience for your media product?

Out target audience for our thriller is for  older females around 20years and over.
This is because our thriller is about 'identity theft' and 'murder' which is mainly for that era target, i believe if it was for 16+ year olds not many teenagers would watch it .

I believe the  typical audience member for our thriller movie would be  a women in her 20s.
here is what i imagine would be in her bag :
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EVALUATION-2: How does your media product represent particular social groups?

The Stepfather (obsessed) 
Duplicate (obsessed) 



 <<character from Step Father

   character form Duplicate>>

EVALUATION - 1: In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?

After roaming around on the website Art of the title sequence i found the opening of ....

NOT COMPLETE





EVALUATION - 2 - How does your media represent particular social groups?

Whilst creating this film we had an idea of who we wanted to relate to and who we wanted to feel as if they were exactly like the main character.  In order to achieve this we had to carefully look at aspects such as mise en scene and also look at other similar films and see how they relate to each other.

A film that was used for inspiration was 'Single White Female' (1992). This film revolves around the same plot of a stolen identity , so this shows that Duplicate is compareable to a real media product. The fact that the key protagonist characters are both female is also a similarity , this means that Duplicate mainly represents females.

Another social group in which Duplicate represents are adults. This is because our protagonist in the opening is an adult [ around 22]. This is a common group that is usually represented in thriller openings [ for example Single White Female] so Duplicate is the same as many real thriller openings , that are made by high budget companies.

Our opening also represents a certain race - Asian. This quality is different to Single White Female and many other real media products. Typically lead female characters are caucasian , so Duplicate does not follow the typical conventions for a thriller opening , allowing it to represent a race which is not commonly seen in thriller openings , especially not British low budget films.

By use of mise en scene the group and myself have been able to represent more social groups. For example costume. The main character is wearing a black dress [ a cardigan ] and heels , an outfit usually associated with a working woman. The location is also relevant in representing social groups. It can be seen that the character lives in a house , which means she can afford to have a home to herself. This connotes her class.

Overall the opening to Duplicate represents many different social groups.This is done by props , gender and location , and other aspects. By doing this i know that it allows us to reach and target a wider audience , who would be attracted and interested in the film.

EVALUATION: 1) In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?

Blue Valentine (2010)


Searching on Artofthetitle.com I found the opening for Blue Valentine. The font used for this film is very similar to ours. The title of the film is shown big and bold in the centre of the screen. This is exactly what we did for our film. However, I did not find the films on this site relevant to my final film.


One of the films that inspired our opening was The Stepfather. Here is a reminder of the opening of this film,


Our film has many similarities to this The Stepfather but also has its differences.
Similarities

The unusual actions cause suspense as they change a part of their feature. The difference is the gender of the main characters.

EVALUATION -1 - In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge conventions of real media products?

The main title sequence that Duplicate relates and is similar to is the title sequence from the movie 'The Stepfather'. Below is a video that i have made [using Windows Movie Makers that shows how the films relate to each other by showing the similarities and differences between The Stepfather and Duplicate: 

Changes identity 
In both films we see the characters change their identity , this shows that Duplicate is similar to real media products as it follows and develops the same type of storylines that real media products like The Stepfather.

Makes breakfast
Another similarity with the two openings, again making Duplicate more like  a real media product. 

Surprise of dead body
This is the major turning in both openings , the first being the change of identity.This shocks the audience and makes the plot  move obvious.

Gender of main characters
This is something different about the two openings. Duplicate challenges the typical movie opening as it revolves around a female lead , typically males dominate this genre of film , which means that Duplicate is challenging the forms of real media products.

Whilst on the Art of the title sequence website , I found the opening for 'Stranger than Fiction'. In relation to my groups own thriller opening there are a few similarities. Firstly the fact that it is starts with the protagonist getting ready , just like the female lead in the opening for 'Duplicate'. However the protagonists are two different genders, which challenges the conventions of what a lead should be.

EVALUATION: 6) Audience feedback and comments (Part 1)



In todays lesson, our class watched each others film and got feedback from everyone. These are the words from the feedback on our film, "Duplicate"

These are the recorded feedback from a few of our classmates on "Duplicate"


EVALUATION - 6 - Audience Feedback and comment

A Wordle showing the comments from others



Today our group showed our film to the rest of our media class ( group 7 / 8 / 9 & 10 ) and after watching our thriller opening for 'Duplicate' they gave us feedback on our openings strengths and things that we could improve on.

The main positive comments that the group received about the music were that it creates suspense , which is critical
 in a thriller movie as it is one of the main conventions to have if the film is to be successful. Another positive comment in which the group received about our thriller opening was about the use of mise - en - scene , mainly the props. One comment which was written said ' The use of props were very good and allowed the audience to understand what was clearly happening' , this is exactly what the group wanted to achieve with the use of the ring and wig. Below is are videos from three students giving us feedback on our opening ( they student fit into our target audience so this feedback is very good for us , as it is coming from someone who we want to watch our film).



After the cinema showing of the opening [on 05/04/2011] , i decided to get feedback from the audience , made up of people that are included in our the target audience.Here is a picture of a sheet of which i wrote down feedback from a person :


Here is another piece of feedback that was sent via email:
I thought that the overall production and editing was great. Personally I thought that the sound used when the main character was getting ready was effective and it added to the overall theme of the opening, I thought that it should of been extended to make it more atmospheric, however I thought that the narrative was so intriguing that it made me forget about it. GREAT FILM

Friday, 25 March 2011

"DUPLICATE" - FINAL FILM.


Our Experience of creatng "Duplicate"

Before uploading our final film, we wanted to post a quick and short blog about our experience of creating "Duplicate".

Whilst creatng "Duplicate", we had an insight of how it would be like to create an actual film. We had to go through the steps an actual writer or director goes through, such as presenting a pitch and selling your film to people.
We enjoyed working in a team and asking each other for their opinion. There were no arguements for the whole time we worked together. If there was a disagreement, we would discuss the issue properly and come to a resonable agreement. Everyone in the group got along with each other which made it much easier to create the film.

The parts we enjoyed the most was filming and buying our props. Even though we had to re-film some scenes, we acted like proffessionals and were motivated to get the shots right. We looked back on to our rough cuts and compared the shots to our final film. It was much better and had a better flow.
Because we filmed indoors (at Sanchita's house), there was not a worry about the weather and if there was going to be a problem with continuity.
We also enjoyed blogging. Even though at some points we were behing on our blogs, we managed to complete them all and were updated.

Overall, this has been a very beneficial experience and we enjoyed it very much.
We are looking forward to watching our film on the big screen and getting feedback!

LAST DAY OF EDITING (Deadline day)

25th March

Today was the deadline for our film. We used this day to look over our film thoroughly and check for any mistakes or adjustments that needed to be made. We also added the Candi Studios title at the beginning.
We saved our film for the final time then converted it on handbrake so we could upload it on our blog.
We were worried in case we did not manage to get everything done before the deadline as there was a very high chance of no computers being available for us as everyone else had to edit their final film. Thankfully, we came early enough to find a computer and finish off our film.

Yesterday (24th March) we added our soundtrack to the film. We choose two different sounds, one two show a sense of normality when the character wakes up and another to show a sense of tension when the wig is shown.
We also adjusted our titles in the beginning.

So now our film is completed and up on our blogs!!

Update on the last day of editing

Yesterday [ 24th March] was the final lesson in which my group edited. During this lesson we fixed the titles and added sound. For sound we sused two different ones which blended into each other, this did take a long time to do though , as it was really hard to find a sound which suited our film , but we found two in the end. So , we found our sounds fixed our titles and finished adding our sounds , basically group six is done. All we need to do is upload.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

FINAL LESSON

As today was our very last editing, we put in all the names e.g. directors name, actors name etc, we completed all the names and added them on, then came to the hard part of finding the right soundtrack, there were lots to look from and we did struggle to find the 'perfect' one to go with our thriller, it took us literally the whole day to find the right one. However we found two tracks we believed will go well with the opening. After we put it down on to the sound bed.

Editing final thriller

For this lesson (Tuesday 22nd March) we had a three hour lesson and uploaded our new thriller, everything had to be quick due to time. We put our clips on to final cut pro, we had to be aware how long the thriller is as we did go over two minutes so we had to cut some of it down. We decided to make our titles on final cut pro.
0:00 - 0:07 -  We did an ariel shot of the main character waking up.
0:08 - 0:11 - showing the character getting out of bed a wide shot was used
0:16 - 0:18 - Match cut of opening door.
0:19 - 0:25 - To the bedroom to the bathroom a tracking shot was used
0:26 - 0:27 - Match cut of switching light on.
0:28 - 0.33 - Tracking shot of character entering bathroom.
0.34 - 0.42 -  Close up/ over the shoulder shot
0:43 - 0:45 - Match cut of character picking up the wig/ close up of the wig being picked up
0.46 - 0.56 - Putting the wig on, over the shoulder shot
0:57 - 1:02 - Mid shot from outside the bathroom walking out
1.03 - 1.08 - Tracking shot of walking out of bathroom and into bedroom.
1:08 - 1:11 - Titles
1:12 - 1:20 - Long shot of character opening bedroom door and walking out, then walking down stairs.
1:21 - 1:27 - Mid shot of the character coming down the stairs
1:28 - 1:33 - Wide shot of character walking through hallway & into kitchen.
1:34 - 1:35 - Over the shoulder shot of the charcter walking to the kitchen
1:36 - 1:41 - Tracking shot of character walking into kitchen & to the counter.
1:42 - 2:08 - Match cuts of making the coffee
2:10 - 2.18 - Over the shoulder shots of character walking out of kitchen and across hallway.
2.19 - 2.21 - Long shot
2:23 - 2:26 - Long shot of body.
2:27 - 2:29 - Match cut of putting cup down on table.
2:30 - 2.33 - Mid shot of character stepping over dead body's hand.
2.34 - 2:46 - Slight tracking shot of character taking ring off dead body's finger and sliding it in her own finger. 
2:46 - 2:47 - Close up of the dead body’s face.
2:48 - 2:53 -  long shot of the chracter walking out

Final lesson review

In today’s lesson we put on all our titles e.g. Producer, director, actor and so on, we completed this within the first 10 to 15 minutes of our lesson. We then started looking at music on soundtrack, there were many to look from, so most of our time went looking through the tracks. However finally we found two tracks we believed that will go brilliantly with our opening. After we found this we laid it on to the sound bed, after a few adjustments we exported it to final cut pro and laid it down on the timeline.
 
Unfortunately we did not fix the minor glitches so we decided to do this tomorrow in lunch workshop, this will then mean we are finally done.

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Creating our sound on soundtrack

here is screen grag of our group on soundtrack:

creating our titles on final cut pro

Here is a screenGrab of us putting on a title on final cut pro:

rough cut bloopers

Here are a few of our individual bloopers:




















Old idea / pitch

I just found the groups old pitch on my USB , so ive uploaded it [using my own account on slide share] below. The reason why this pitch was not used is due to the fact that it was not good enough to create , so a new one was created by using  Prezi

This is our old pitch ( before we got new / better ideas)



The finalised pitch for 'Duplicate'

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

In todays lesson [22nd March]

In this mornings lesson :
  • The new shots [ including the new wig] were added
  • Finished editing and cleaned it up , so it looks ready to show
  • We started to note down some sounds that we will include into the film before Friday
  • We added some titles [the rest will be added before the end of the week]

Editing final film

Today we had a three hour lesson. In this lesson we:
  • Managed to lay done all of our new clips and edit the whole film. 
  • We added the new shots which included the new wig and shortened our film.
  • We finished editing and it now looks much more sharper and clean.
  • We wrote down the sounds that would be most effective for the mood of our film and will add them in workshops.
  • A few titles have been done. The rest will be done in workshops before Friday.

Breif description of the filming days

Tuesday 1st March 2011
This was the first day that me and the rest of  group 6 filmed. As this was during lesson time , we used it to film practice shots and find out how we would position the camera and characters when we filmed for real. This is also because we did not have the correct props yet, but it was beneficial for us to do these practise shots. 
Thursday 3rd March 2011
  During lesson time again we bought our first wig [ the blonde one ] , so from here we were prepared to start filming for real.


Saturday 5th March 2011
This was the day that we finally filmed for real, with the proper props. During the day we filmed every shot.
Tuesday 8th March 2011
Whilst editing during this lesson , we noticed shots were missing and needed to be re-done. These mistakes were noted down so when we re filmed it would be corrected.


Sunday 13th March 2011
On this day we filmed:
  • Bathroom scenes 
  • Dead body

Monday 21th March 2011
During this day we filmed mainly in the morning for roughly three hours. During this time we bought a new wig as feedback showed that the other one was unrealistic and basically looked bad. This meant refilming 80% of the opening , but we did it in time.

Editing our Final Film

In today’s lesson we started putting together our new clips on to final cut pro this took as quiet long as we had to cut some clips so that it does not drag on and to try and keep to the time limit which is 2 minutes. At the End we managed to only go above 20 seconds, however this is not our final yet as we still have to tidy it up.
After editing, we decided, to add some of our titles. We made a decision to make our titles on final cut pro.

filming dariy

On Sunday 13th March We had to film again, because while editing on Tuesday 8th march, we realized a few mistakes that we could not leave and had to film again. While editing we wrote down the shots that had to be filmed again, for example re doing the arial shot of yasmeen g waking up, and so we filmed again in sanchita’s house

However, after finishing our rough cuts we noticed even more errors, for example the toast problem,
This was an issue of continuity. So on Monday 21st march my group went out to film once again with a new wig and a new dead body, as I could not make it. Also thinking and remembering continuity.

Screen recording of putting on a title


This screen recording shows how we put on the title for our director ("A Film By Jude French")on our final cut.

New wig


These are two shots comparing our old wig (blonde) and the new wig (brown)

Monday, 21 March 2011

Thriller Opening - Filming Diary

Tuesday, 1st March
The first day we filmed our thriller opening (at my house). We used this lesson to film our temporary shots or in other words, a try out shoot. When we filmed on this day we did not have the main props (the wig and the ring). We used this filming session to practise the shots we were going to take.


Thursday 3rd March
We used this lesson to buy the main props we needed for the opening. We bought the wig from a fancy dress store. The ring we used belonged to a girl in my group, Fatima, who played the body in the film. 

Saturday 5th March
On this day we filmed our proper opening for the first time. We booked the equipment for friday and bought them back on monday morning.
We filmed every shot from different angles especially the bedroom shots. 


Tuesday 8th March
We started editing in this lesson but realised we were missing some shots. We noticed there were a few errors. We wrote down specifically what went wrong and what we needed to do to correct the shots we took. 

Sunday 13th March
We used this day to film the bathroom scene and the dead body scene.


Monday 21th March
This was our most productive filming day. On this day we decided to buy a new wig and film. We were not sure if we would be able to do everything as we only had three hours to film. Impressively we managed to find the correct wig and film the shots all in the space of 3 hours.
Due to the new prop, we had to film more more scenes again. We also managed to do this. 

Title sequence on Rough Cut

For our rough cut, we used the font on Final Cut Pro.


0.08 - 0.11 - Production company - "SIXX STUDIOS PRESENTS"
0.13 - 0.15 - Production company - "IN ASSOCIATION WITH CANDI STUDIOS"
0.19 - 0.22 - Director - "A FILM BY JUDE FRENCH"
1.09 - 1.11 - Film's title - "DUPLICATE"
1.13 - 1.16 - Cast - "JESSICA WALLACE"


Evaluation on Rough Cut


Whilst filming, I thought we had got every shot from a variety of angles. However, when we were editing our film, it turns out we didnt. We were missing some shots which we needed for continuity.


The wig we used looked very unrealistic. Personally, it put me off the whole film. From the side the wig looked okay and believable. However, when the character turned the back of their head to the camera, I could see the deep gaps into the wig. This made the prop look fake. The wig had to have a realistic element to it. Unfortunately, it didn't. Also in the scene where the body was revealed, the wig looked extremely unrealistic. The body's face was shown. We could see that the skin tone of the body's face did not match the colour of the wig, which looked very odd.


Watching back on our rough cut, the kitchen scene was extremely long. It dragged and was very static. It also made the film look boring. It was not necessary to put every action the character made into the film. We could have used quick and snappy match cuts which showed what the character was doing, which was  simply making breakfast.


The bathroom scene had a problem with continuity. In one shot we see the character walking to the sink then stopping, then in the next shot we see them washing their face where they have had to bend down. There was no shot showing them in the process of bending down to wash their face. Therefore, there was a continuity problem.

We didnt get to add sound to our rough cut as we were running out of time.
The titles we used were from Final Cut Pro. We wanted to use simple font so decided Final Cut Prop would be the best instead of using LiveType which would have taken alot of time.

On a more positive note, I think most of the shots we used were varied and worked well with the atmosphere. We intended on using many different angle shots so our film would not look boring and static. We wanted it to have alot of movement but have suspense at the same time. I think we managed to do this. I really like most shots we used and think they fitted in well and some had a sense of continuity.
The shot I liked the best was the tracking shot of when the wig was first shown. The relevance of the wig is unknown, which helps created suspense. The slow movement of the camera also helps this immensely.

Our film needs alot of adjustments and re-filming. However, the bedroom shots were fine so we do not need to film that scene again, which will save time. When we re-film, I hope we will be able to use another wig which looks more reliastic than the one we used.

Fonts used in our rough cut

Commentary for Rough Draft


0:00 - 0:07 - An ariel shot of the main character waking up.
0:08 - 0:11 - A wide shot showing actions of character getting out of bed, sets the scene more.
0:16 - 0:18 - Match cut of opening door.
0:19 - 0:25 - A tracking shot from bedroom to bathroom.
0:26 - 0:27 - Match cut of switching light on.
0:28 - 0.33 - Tracking shot of character entering bathroom.
0.34 - 0.42 - Over the shoulder of tying up hair.
0:43 - 0:45 - Match cut of character picking up the wig.
0.46 - 0.56 - Over the shoulder shot of putting wig on.
0:57 - 1:02 - Side/ mid shot of fixing wig, tracking of exiting bathroom.
1.03 - 1.08 - Tracking shot of walking out of bathroom and into bedroom.
1:08 - 1:11 - Films title appears over black screen.
1:12 - 1:20 - Long shot of character opening bedroom door and walking out, then walking down stairs.
1:21 - 1:27 - Low angle shot of character walking down stairs.
1:28 - 1:33 - Wide shot of character walking through hallway & into kitchen.
1:34 - 1:35 - (editing mistake) - Title was supposed to go over the video.
1:36 - 1:41 - Tracking shot of character walking into kitchen & to the counter.
1:42 - 2:08 - Match cuts of making the breakfast.
2:10 - 2.18 - Over the shoulder shots of character walking out of kitchen and across hallway.
2.19 - 2.21 - Midshot of opening door.
2:23 - 2:26 - Long shot of body.
2:27 - 2:29 - Match cut of putting cup down on table.
2:30 - 2.33 - Mid shot of character stepping over dead body's hand.
2.34 - 2:46 - Slight tracking shot of character taking ring off dead body's finger and sliding it in her own finger. 
2:46 - 2:47 - Close up of the dead body’s face.
2:48 - 2:53 - POV from the dead body of the killer walking out.