What is the best intro in philippine poverty and government for my documentary ( hardship of filipino )?

Question by extian_03: What is the best intro in philippine poverty and government for my documentary ( hardship of filipino )?
What is the best intro in philippine poverty and government for my documentary ( hardship of filipino )?

can u please give me some introduction? ( what should i narrate for the video? ive got the clips but i have no idea what to narrate…

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Answer by m_bubbly
People say, Philippines is in deep debt because the governance of the people, by the people, for the people, is corrupt thus leads to poverty, and in turn, hardship of the Filipino nation.

But let us quote that, “There is nothing in life so difficult that it cannot be overcome. This faith can move mountains. It can change people. It can change the world. You can survive all the great storms in your life.”…………..

hahaha! just continue…

I hope it helped though?

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5 thoughts on “What is the best intro in philippine poverty and government for my documentary ( hardship of filipino )?

  1. anna m

    The governments motto: If you don’t see it, it doesn’t exist – like poverty.

    They should spend more time with the people who are in need instead of hanging out in golf courses. You know, baka nakakalimot na sila.

    ***Remember what they did with the squatters when officials from other countries came here? They put up walls along the routes that the visitors will pass so they wouldn’t get a glimpse of the ugly side of town.

  2. Anne C

    an introduction is a vital part of any report. It should be catchy, and clever(to hook your viewer) but, it should be the synopsis of the entire documentary. It should be in coherence with the body of the report, and definitely should be echoed in the conclusion. I think nobody can give your work a better introduction than yourself. If you dont have any idea, I’d suggest you watch your film clips again, and ask yourself, what do you really wanna tell your audience. Raise a specific point in the intro, support it with facts and arguments in the body, and bravely depict a solution in your conclusion, or as a finale you may leave a heavy question at the end of the report to your viewer for him to make his own inference.

  3. xtra0

    very few people actually like documentaries so if you want to get your message across, start with an anecdote or a ‘did you know’ phrase. maybe something that goes…’did you know that 30 yrs ago, the Phils. was one of the richest countries in Asia?’

  4. MOOmy

    Interview the affluent people or the government officials who are in denial about the state of poverty in the country and juxtapose that with interviews of the working man. Show the contrast. Then show the visuals about your subject, let the viewer absorb this as your opener.

    Otherwise, you can go the predictable way of narrating statistics over visuals of poverty.

    goodluck!

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