Willy Russell Our Day Out Coursework

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However this can be portrayed as a 'bad' attitude for a teacher to have.It comes across that he is self-centred and that he isn't genuinely bothered about the children, but instead bothered about his own reputation. At the back of the coach Briggs catches Reilly, Digga and Andrews smoking.Along the way, two young teachers, Susan and Colin, who are helping Mrs.

However this can be portrayed as a 'bad' attitude for a teacher to have.It comes across that he is self-centred and that he isn't genuinely bothered about the children, but instead bothered about his own reputation. At the back of the coach Briggs catches Reilly, Digga and Andrews smoking.Along the way, two young teachers, Susan and Colin, who are helping Mrs.

Susan and Colin solve their problem by subtly suggesting that Digga and Reilly should turn their attentions to the two girls.

The most noticeable difference from the play was the omission of the characters John and Mac, who, in the play, are the shop owners in Wales who get robbed by the kids. In the play, Mr Briggs doesn't have a soft side while in the movie he does.

Russell includes this scene to convey to the audience how extreme the children's situations are. "Carol chandler" "just come here" Briggs addresses her formally and uses this tone.

He wants us to empathise with them and understand their difficult circumstances. Russell does this to convey Briggs's confident, military attitude.

Introduction 'Our day out is an interesting play based on a school trip with a group of underachieving children.

This play conveys a deeper message about life in areas like Liverpool for people in the late 1970s. " This conveys to the audience his strict, military style way of teaching.

Maybe Briggs feels he has to address the kids in this way in order to gain power and become superior to them.

"Turning she dismisses him" Russell uses this because it is usually Briggs dismissing the students not vice versa.

Willy Russell had taught at Tiber street school, one of the locations used in the film and called on his experiences of school trips — as a teacher and as a child — when writing the screenplay, which he finished in five days.

The film was shot on 16mm film by a first-time director in three weeks and features a largely untrained cast.

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