One reason why we showed him from wider angles was so that the audience could see how frustrated he was, as this is an imoirtant factor to our film. We were watching a Trey Songz music video 'Can't be friends' and as the song is about a break up, the man would have been feeling a simular frustration to our character so we tried to mimick some of the moves he does in the video to show his anger and frustration. Like the shaking of head, and grabbing with his hands. When our character did this, it was a clear way of presenting his feelings without having dialogue. Representing the anger and stress of this character. Going crazy and showing a more messed up side. Depicting a mental disorder has progressed. This represents that love can sometimes bring out the worse in people, eventually making them develop depressed or a psychopath as well as other mental illnesses.
Our character was also kept in a dark basement, this is a common setting used in thriller films, and reflected the isolation of the character, representing his loneliness and deviation from social norms - depicting the psychopath to his character.