Above you can see various shot from our thriller opening and from that of Seven. We integrated the use of close-up shots that show the detail of the character. We thought this was a good type of shot to use because it hides the identity of the character but at the same time allows the viewer to see something of them. What I mean by that is that the viewer is in a way seing their identity by their hands for example (your fingerprint is a form of identification) and it allows the audience to see things of the character that they would not really focus on if they saw her fully. Also we had our titles to the side of the screen, this relates to both the Stepfather and Seven. In Seven you have the titles in the centre but the go well with what is on screen, and they are not very 'in your face' titles, they are more discrete. In the Stepfather the titles are also to the side of the screen, they are discrete and simple. The title of the movie blends in with what is in the background, it is, like Seven, a discrete title. There shot were the hand is hanging out is similar to the stepfather when the viewer is shown the people that have been murdered, however, we decided again to hide this persons identity leaving it a mistery to the audience, we thought this might make them want to keep watching to reveal the identity of these characters.
Also there is a shot were she is putting make-up on which is a very similar shot to when the guy in the Stepfather is seen in the bathroom mirror when he is in a way trying to hide his identity by shaving,etc. which is what the girl in Dead Line is doing, not changing identity, but putting make-up on to try and show that nothing is going on, she is trying to act normally.