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  • 12 Years of Slave Reflection

    12 Years of Slave Reflection

    As a person who is able to enjoy freedom and basic human rights, it is very hard for me to imagine the suffering of the slaves. This movie allows me to see the brutal truth of slavery. Slavery was common and usual to everyone in the US during the

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  • A Beautiful Mind - Final Film Critique

    A Beautiful Mind - Final Film Critique

    In looking at the way Russell Crowe did the acting the role of John Nash, it was as if he as mentally ill. The look on his face was blank at times. He seems to be lost and confused. There were times of fear and paranoia. You could sense

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  • A Time to Kill - Movie Review

    A Time to Kill - Movie Review

    At the start of the trial, outside the courthouse the streets are filled with protestors for both opposing sides of the trial. The streets that lined the entrance to the courthouse steps also contained the US military accompanied by military tanks and the soldiers were heavily armed. Among the

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  • A Tragedy of the Artist: the Picture of Dorian Gray

    A Tragedy of the Artist: the Picture of Dorian Gray

    A tragedy of an artist ========== A Tragedy of the Artist: The Picture of Dorian Gray Author(s): Houston A. Baker, Jr. According to the author, the central message of the Dorian Gray is no mere repetition of moral code, nor can the influences at work be limited to a single

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  • A Walk to Remember - Landon the Film

    A Walk to Remember - Landon the Film

    A walk to remember ========== A WALK TO REMEMBER Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan, who are the protagonists of this love story could not be more different than they were, however, changing their lives intersected plans that everyone had in mind ... Landon The film is about a handsome, popular

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  • Acting Fundamentals

    Acting Fundamentals

    - Some characters are very aware of their own proxemics preferences and others have no idea - Similarly, some characters observe, or know from past experience the proxemics preferences that other characters have lost others have not noticed Movement in representational drama As a general rule movement in representational

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  • American Sniper True or Myth?

    American Sniper True or Myth?

    there is a bounty put on his head but it is only priced at about 80,000 dollars (American Sniper Kyle, McEwen, DeFelice). In reality Chris Kyle leaves the Navy in order to be around his family and to save his marriage, in the movie it states that the war became

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  • Analysis of Se7en - the Movie

    Analysis of Se7en - the Movie

    John Doe combines different types of evil; sadistic, instrumental and idealistic. All these methods indicate his self-awareness of his actions and make one contemplate his sanity. Perhaps the most transparent type of evil John Doe uses is the sadistic evil. Instead of "just" killing his victims, he uses the

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  • Analysis of the Movie Abilene Paradox

    Analysis of the Movie Abilene Paradox

    Those who watches and tracks somebody has their own life uninteresting. I have the only explanation for such a situation. While writing the reasons I thought about one significant problem and reason why we please other people. We don’t know how to say “not”, we are afraid of insulting

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  • Anger, a Way of Self-Destruction

    Anger, a Way of Self-Destruction

    Anger, a Way of Self-Destruction Frankenstein is a Gothic classical novel wrote by Mary B. Shelley that was published in 1818. It's a science fiction lecture that embraces the transition between an epistolary composition and the direct contact with the reader. When something negative happens or we get stuck

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  • Antonioni Il Deserto Rosso

    Antonioni Il Deserto Rosso

    Sample ========== Antonioni Il Deserto Rosso → Mis en Scene. 1964 Colors are used in Films not only to give the viewer a nice and good looking Film, mostly the utilisation is used to let us understand better the feeling and atmospheres of the narration. Like the utilisation of Musik,

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  • Art Works Analysis and Museum Experience

    Art Works Analysis and Museum Experience

    that time, Europeans have high demand for tea, and this artwork is probably one of the export pieces to demonstrate the production of tea along with the tea itself. These details enable us to understand the cultural background of when and where the art work is originated. This piece of

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  • Babel Case

    Babel Case

    Documental ========== BABEL: By: Estefany forero. Group: 10th. Date: 8-04/17. Item Presentation: Babel is a film directed By Alejandro Gonzales Iñárritu a Mexican filmmaker and wrote by Guillermo Arriaga, the first release was in Cannes to date of 23th may of 2006. The author said;” The fear and bad feelings

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  • Babette's Feast Analysis

    Babette's Feast Analysis

    3. Explain: “An artist is never poor” The line “an artist is never poor” that Babette says near the end of the film is another wonderful line from the film with so much meaning in just five words. What I think she means when she says this is that

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  • Babette's Feast Reflection Paper

    Babette's Feast Reflection Paper

    However, the film did not only revolve around the religious disposition of those in the sisters’ group, but also on Babette’s journey as a chef and an artist. We see her as a woman who had suffered through the death of her loved ones but also received great fortune

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  • Book Life Movie

    Book Life Movie

    Book life movie ========== The story begins with a group of children and a museum guide, who shows them a room dedicated to Mexican folklore, within which is the Book of Life. She tells a story of the book that revolves around a love triangle between Manolo ,Joaquin and Maria.

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  • Carmen Habanera

    Carmen Habanera

    Die beiden Liedtexte („Habanera“ von Carmen und „Hot N Cold“) erklären eine komplizierte, romantische Beziehung. Sie erklären die Schwierigkeiten der Liebe. Die Liebe enthält Lächeln und Tränen, Stress und Zufriedenheit, Trauer und Glück. Und die Liebe ist nicht was, was man kontrollieren kann. Man kann und darf sie nie

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  • Chained to the Rhythm

    Chained to the Rhythm

    In conclusion, most people probably won’t even know of the hidden message Katy Perry made with this song. The song will rotate on the radio, people will listen to it, sing it in the car and then it will become annoying and everyone will forget about it. It is

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  • Cine 350 - Comparing Peeping Tom and Psycho

    Cine 350 - Comparing Peeping Tom and Psycho

    When Norman meets Marion outside of the lobby after he returns from his house with food, she stands in front of the lobby door while Norman stands in front of the lobby window. His reflection is obvious and could be cinematic cue towards his insanity or his two personalities:

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  • Clockwork Orange Film Review

    Clockwork Orange Film Review

    Clockwork Orange film review ========== Mª del Camino Tomás Zapata Clockwork Orange “Clockwork Orange” is a crime & science fiction film released in 1971 and set in UK. It was produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film is an adapation of the Anthony Burgess´s nobel. Even though Kubrick could

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  • Close Analysis of Strictly Ballroom

    Close Analysis of Strictly Ballroom

    The characters’ characteristic is enhanced by the choice of costume. In this scene, Scott is wearing a white singlet and black trousers, while Fran is wearing a white shirt and a black ankle-length skirt. Doug, on the other hand is wearing a brown jacket, trousers and shoes with a

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  • Comparison of Gutierrez’s Twittering Machine with Tymoczko’s Twittering Machine

    Comparison of Gutierrez’s Twittering Machine with Tymoczko’s Twittering Machine

    narrow range of steps; and then the pitch of flute suddenly became very low, and more adhesive with to the pitch of the piano’s melody, the tempo also became faster; together with the effect of heavy notes of the piano, they transfer the lively mood into a intense and sneaky

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  • Concert Review Orchestra Metropolitan

    Concert Review Orchestra Metropolitan

    tone. The dynamics in this piece were very sudden. There were about one or two gradual crescendos but other than that the dynamics were sudden and from very great volumes to very soft volumes. I still feel they should have had more energy in the dynamics before the clarinet solo.

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  • Crash Movie Review

    Crash Movie Review

    It so happens that in today’s modern society, stereotyping happens to be a big problem and a common theme to conflict. I can go on and on about the countless amounts of stereotyping there is in this movie, but what’s more important is to generalize the problem we have

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  • Cut and Uncut: Ruizian Way of Editing

    Cut and Uncut: Ruizian Way of Editing

    “Six Functions” 5 “Six Functions” 6 Barbash, Ilisa, and Lucien Taylor. Cross-cultural filmmaking: a handbook for making documentary and ethnographic films and videos. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2004. I would not be able to going detail of each one of theses functions, but two of them seem to

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  • Desert Flower

    Desert Flower

    film left us in awe. Uprightness was shown greatly in the film when waris stood up for the greater good by opening up about female genital mutilation to the world, she wanted the practice to stop because it is being pointless and it may lead to death. Justifying that she

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  • Discrimination and Wages Inequality Case Study

    Discrimination and Wages Inequality Case Study

    Women. The discrimination of women in workplace happen in situation when gender wage differentials prevail in the labor market, where male workers are usually paid comparatively higher wages than their female counterparts. This is a universal phenomenon arising from the perception of employers that females are less productive. In

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  • Discuss the Power of the Media in the Hunger Games. How Does It Manipulate the Truth in Order to Control Its Citizens?

    Discuss the Power of the Media in the Hunger Games. How Does It Manipulate the Truth in Order to Control Its Citizens?

    she is uncertain about her feelings towards Peeta and whether they are genuine, Katniss knows that the romance will help her become more powerful. She is proven correct as their “love story” ultimately keeps them alive. As Katniss learns that the media can be used to her advantage, she uses

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  • Do the Stereotypes Impede or Help the Understanding of Desire?

    Do the Stereotypes Impede or Help the Understanding of Desire?

    Bao Pengcheng Bao Professor Slovik EADII Final Draft 2018/4/15 Do The Stereotypes impede or help the Understanding of Desire Living in the society people have lots of prejudice of the relationship between men and women. The men are judged as the violent and oppressive part, and the women is objectified

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  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    (Kelly). This interpretation of the events of the film seem to lend themselves to what Joseph Campbell might call the threshold between the private dream and the mythic: On some levels a private dream runs into truly mythic themes and can’t be interpreted except by an analogy with a myth.

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