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How is Buffy Represented In The First 3 minutes? Free essay! Download now

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How is Buffy Represented In The First 3 minutes?

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Buffy was created by writer-director Joss Whedon in 1997 as a replacement for the show “Savannah”. It aired from March 10 to May 20 2003. Joss was the executive producer throughout the whole series, he was also the show runner which involves being responsible for every aspect of production. Buffy summers were the protagonist in Buffy as Giles was the antagonist.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer
         

Buffy was created by writer-director  Joss Whedon in 1997 as a replacement for the show “Savannah”. It aired from March 10 to May 20 2003. Joss was the executive producer throughout the whole series, he was also the show runner which involves being responsible for every aspect of production. Buffy summers were the protagonist in Buffy as Giles was the antagonist. 
It follows a young blonde who was the latest slayer. She fights against vampires, Demon’s and other forces of darkness. Buffy is taught by a watcher (Giles) who guides her and trains her. Buffy surrounds herself with friends who later on call themselves the “Scooby Gang.” Joss made Buffy to give power back to the blonde. As the blonde in normal horror films are usually weak and powerless and usually do something wrong in which she dies. In the first 3 minutes you see a blonde with a guy breaking into the school.
She acts all innocent but if you watch carefully the director made it look like the guy was bad as he was always behind the blonde and looking at her neck, it makes you think something bad is going to happen to her. Well in fact the blonde becomes powerful by turning into a vampire and the guy dies.
I think Buffy is aged from 10 up and maybe some watch Buffy for:
 Escapism To sit down and take a break to escape life for a while or maybe because nothing else is on to watch.
Social Interaction to talk about it with friends who are interested in it as you are or maybe you might go on a social network or fan sites.
Identification just a little bit. To identify yourself with the students at school who are popular or nerds or jocks.
 The audience may expect Buffy to be exciting, rush. They may want new ideas, monsters or scary situations.
I also think that Buffy was a hit with the viewers because it challenged the horror genre with the types of characters they had like Buffy being a female hero who is strong and blonde. Buffy is none as an a cult.
In Buffy the Equilibrium is when the camera is looking at the High school like any other night. Also going through the corridors and classrooms like a normal.
The disruption in Buffy in the first 3 minutes is when the guy smashes the window.
Recognition of the disruption-
In Buffy was when they are looking around the school and the guy is always looking at her neck.
Attempt to repair disruption-
When the blonde girl turns into a Vampire and Kills the Guy.
Equilibrium is reinstated-
There is no resolution so you have to ...

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