Trailer It is an English term that, in our language, should be written with accent mark in the TO (trailer ) since it is a serious word that doesn't end in S , N neither vocal . It should be noted that this Castilianized version of the concept, with tilde, is part of the dictionary that elaborates the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ).
There are two main meanings of the notion. A trailer can be the trailer or the coupled that leads to the drag another vehicle. This is because the trailer lacks its own engine and mobility: it is designed to fit the structure of some means of transport.
Usually, a trailer is made up of a chassis that houses a certain load surface . Also has wheels which allow you to move when you are dragged by another vehicle. A car, a van, a truck, a bicycle or a motorcycle can carry a trailer, whose characteristics vary widely in size and weight.
Typically, the trailer has its own lights to minimize the risks of accident . It also carries a copy of the patent or license plate of the vehicle that drags it, since otherwise the identification of the vehicle would be hidden.
It should be noted that trailer is also the denomination received by advances of a movie , a videogame , a TV series or a book . The trailer consists of a summary or a small preview of the work , which is disseminated for advertising and promotion purposes. For example: "Sony presented the trailer for the new film of the comedian", “The publisher spread a trailer of the novel online”.
Trailers has become a main tool for the promotion and publicity of feature films. Thus, they are used in movie theaters before the screening of a film to get the public to know and be encouraged to go another day to see new productions that will reach the billboard.
Trailers have also become an authentic work of art, hence there are many rankings that exist about which are the best in film history. Specifically, among the most praised are those of the trilogy of "The Lord of the Rings", "300", "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" or "The Exorcist."
The experts in making the montages to create the trailer for a feature film agree that the result of their work must meet the following standards, which will make it attractive and attract the attention of the viewer:
-You must start slowly and finish quickly.
-It is recommended that when they are going to use emblematic phrases of the film they are made by a narrator.
-It is important that in that brief period of time that the trailer lasts, some of the best elements of the film are shown to the public, such as the funniest gags, the most exciting action scenes, the most interesting erotic scenes ...
-Music must play a transcendental role. Specifically, it is important that it starts from less to more, in order to accompany the fast paced pace of the trailer.