The intent is to highlight the treatment of the people behind the country who promised to give them jobs, bring tourists and money to their country instead Rio may just spend more than they will receive. Although, it follows in an observational style of the families this documentary also exhibits techniques and style from the expository form of documentary, from posing a question that the overall the documentary aims to answer. Will Rio fulfil the promises made and be ready to host the 2016 Olympic Games? It also employs narration and evidentiary editing, pictures support the spoken narration to allow the audience to interpret the information and feel they can make an informed decision about the issues presented (Nichols, 2001). I intend to use an investigative approach and use interviews to provide a scope for outside audiences. It will guide audiences through a selection of interviews from residents; workers; athletes and industry professionals, allowing audiences to make their own judgements, but also bring to attention the issues that are often not broadcasted into peoples homes every four years.
Nevertheless, with a little over 12 months left the major question that I want people asking is will Brazil be ready when the cameras start rolling.
Stylistically it can be observational in a c...
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...pic Games next year it is only showing what the Rio wants, the smiling people, happy tourists and the sport. It is what’s not being shown which I believe is the more important issue. The Olympics are about bringing the world together through sports, healthy and exciting sportsmanship, but if this issue is not highlighted now it is impossible to predict what will happen if it were not raised. What as a nation, can we do to prevent this and help the people of Rio de Janeiro? In addition, what lessons can be learnt to prevent this in the future.
Therefore, it is for that reason I think the audience will watch. Though we may not speak their language, sport brings people together and unifies the differences. People will listen, but first they need to be aware that it is happening. This documentary is directed more to a television audience far more than a cinema release.
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