At scene 5, the girl is trying to kill the Founder of the High Line because her father was died during the process of construction. However, at the time she was trying to reach that founder, her mom came at the same time and stopped her immediately. She told the girl that nobody could make her daddy resurrection. An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind. After a big struggle inside, the girl finally gave up revenge. I choose to take this picture from this angle because I want to show audience the perfect angel of the knife, the facial expression of the girl and the mom’s body language. She was extremely nervous with two hands holding the daughter’s hand.
At scene 6, there was only a few of tourists because it was the time the High Line just built. The girl was sitting quietly on the bench on the High Line. Although she gave up revenge, she was extremely sorrowful because she could not forgot the death of her father and had been plunged into sadness for the rest of her life. I choose to take this photo and make the girl sit at the corner of the image because this gives people a feeling of loneness. Meanwhile, the original picture was too bright to see her facial expression, so I changed the contrast and the color setting of the image and creating like a sun set time. This sun set also symbolize the end of the whole event.
Jiwoo Lee — girl/father
Azalea Xu– mother
Dan Zhou– founder of the High Line