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The title of this movie poster is ‘REALITY’ and the main character of this movie is shown in the poster. The movie is about a life journey of a girl as she is growing up to be a better person. The picture used for this poster shows the main character and the environment of her surroundings. This movie hold a tagline of ‘live in reality’ as the story are more focus on the real life of the main character and most of the scene are related to the routine and conflict that are facing by the main roles. Elements of the real world journey that the main characters go through along the movie including happiness, joyous, sadness and others feelings that related to a growing process. Those elements are mood that are used to convey the audience. The target audience of this movie are youngsters and teenagers. Besides, this movie are not focusing in a female viewer but for a male viewer, they could enjoy the movie too. In addition, fonts used in this posters are Litos Pro with different sizes for the movie title, director’s name and tagline. Moreover, colours use for all the fonts are mostly black and white. The reason of choosing Litos Pro as the font is because the simplicity of the design and a generic stand-in whenever a "primitive" feel is desired. Lithos is inspired by the unadorned, geometric letterforms of the engravings found on Ancient Greek public buildings. However, for the colours of the fonts, black and white are used indicate of living in reality there are always a good and bad day. Both colours represent those emotions. Lastly, this movie posters are designed to show some of the movie elements as one ways to get the viewer…...

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