劇情簡介 Plot Summary
In 1962 Taiwan during the White Terror martial law period, Fang Ray Shin, a female student at the hillside Greenwood High School is attending counselling with teacher Mr. Chang, and they gradually fall in love. It was a dangerous period where sensitive books were banned and free speech were restricted, but Mr. Chang secretly organised a study group for banned books, together with fellow teacher Miss Yin and male student Wei Chong Ting.
This scene depicts the moment when the ghost servant captures Fang Ruixin. During the production, the first step is to remove the blue suit of the ghost servant, as well as the blue screen on the roof, while retaining Fang Ruixin’s upper body. The roof is then composited into the frame. Next, the ghost servant is inserted into the scene. Through layering and color adjustment, Fang Ruixin is positioned in front of the ghost servant, creating the final image of the ghost servant gripping Fang Ruixin.
In the story, Lao Gao, a worker who lends the school premises to the main characters for their study group, is a character in the film that showcases more direct and gruesome horror effects.
This particular scene portrays a pivotal jump-scare moment where Lao Gao turns his head, revealing his decaying face. It is one of the crucial and terrifying scenes in the movie.
The main characters are preparing to leave the school but discover that the road is cut off by a flood, making it impossible for them to escape.
This scene needs to convey the rushing and dangerous nature of the flood, highlighting the peril of attempting to navigate through it. It serves to rationalize their decision to return to the school as a safer option to weather the flood.
This shot requires the creation of a gradual generation and envelopment effect of a burlap sack that spreads over the character. The dynamic aspect should convey a sense of restraint and horror in the atmosphere.