When we noticed the power and effectiveness of the technique, we decided to implement it into our film, and in a way use it as a tool to give our film our own twist. Another of our struggles was making our film be personal, making it different to any product that any other individual could create. We want to make our product stand out. To involve ourselves, we've decided to create two characters which are involved throughout the film. The first one, who believes everything easily. And the second one, that is skeptical, aware of bias, and always giving the other point of view, not necessarily believing in it.
With these two ideas, the implementation of graphs and giving our documentary a personal twist, we will add value to our final product. Certainly, there are films out there about the housing bubble. We want to make a greater impact. We want to make it ours, make it stand out. And doing these two things are the first steps towards an innovative product that can be powerful and tell a story to the audience.
Below: A chart showing the sales of construction bars since 2000. This has a direct correlation to the growth in the construction sector. Enables analysis of different growth rates through the years.