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The anatagonsit of a thriller is seen to create a complex web against the protagonist in which he or she is made to feel isloated and without any power/control over what the anatagonist is doing. For example within 'Disturbia' the Antagonist makes it appear as though the protagonist is making false accusations about his true nature and thereby making the protagnist seem to have no control or power and almost in a hopless position.

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Another convention of Thrillers consists of seeing the protagonist of the film being 'in peril' in the final few scenes before the resolution of the film is made. For example within 'Distrubia' before the anatagonist is over come it would appear the protaganist is in danger and is almost certain of being defeated by the anatagonist.

Another convention of Thrillers consists of seeing the protagonist of the film being 'in peril' in the final few scenes before the resolution of the film is made. For example within 'Distrubia' before the anatagonist is over come it would appear the protaganist is in danger and is almost certain of being defeated by the anatagonist.

The title of the thriller can suggest weakness within the protaganist. A clear example of this comes from the thriller titled 'Disturbia' which clearly suggests the idea of mental distubance.

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