Good Morning, ladies and gentlemen. My name is Tuyet Ngo and I am a producer, from one of the well-known movie creators, Washington Producers and I am here today to plead my case as to why I believe you should compose ‘After January’ into the next best-selling motion picture.. ‘After January’, adapted by Phillip Dean written by Nick Earls has created a play for people of all ages. It is a story about what happens when someone stops waiting for life to happen and begins instead to live it. It contains the typical adolescents of today, family, school and teenage troubles of the everyday world. Through the examination of the plot, characters, setting, themes and style, this play is much relevant to the young people of Australia today. I believe, after having an overview of my presentation, I guarantee that u will be enticed to come to an agreement, that this novel could become one of the greatest films, based on the adaptation of the play.
Firstly, one of the key factors in ‘After January’ being suitable for a teenage audience is the plot, as it deals with the subject matter that many young adults can identify. The novel mainly revolves around the life of a typical teenage boy, who has just graduated high school and is now on holidays at the beach, awaiting his tertiary offer. This resonates with many teens who will often find themselves in the same position. In addition, the usual teenage holiday lifestyle activities would include swimming, sleeping or going to the library. As perceived in the play, the main character’s holiday lifestyle can help the adolescent relate to the events in the novel. Moreover, the plot also contains elements of romance, developing relationships and intimacy, drinking, becoming more independent and dealing with emotional issues. Without doubt, the young people of today can certainly associate with this matter, as it is commonly experienced by teens in our culture.
The play explores a variety of themes that...