In my opinion, the film's main idea is the relations between the mother and the daughter. In other words, I would like to point out that it is a female subjectivity, which is recognized to [...]
The most powerful part of the film was when Malcolm X started his 'Nation of Islam' campaign in the streets of the ghetto.
In the film, Brady and the residents of the Hillsboro region are fundamentalists in the evangelical sense. The form of authority perceived by Brady in the Bible, to Drummond is just a body of words [...]
He is disoriented as he does not remember why he is in the hospital. The only thing he has is his plan depicted on his body.
According to Gondry, Melies was "one of the first guys to see the first screenings of the film, and he was the first guy on the earth to think of the camera as an extension [...]
It depends on the period of time in which an individual is exposed to the interactive process and level of internalization of the subculture.
Thus, the meat on the table is a symbol of death, which is near and which is expecting for the protagonist and the men.
It is important to note that color also contributes greatly to the creation of the meaning in the frame. The use of light, shadow, and color helps the director to tell his ode to life.
As critics go on debating whether the play should be a tragedy or not, a moving social documentary, a confirmation of the spirit of Americans, or a conveyance of the salesman's life, people in the [...]
The following paper presents my impressions about the movie and some thoughts about the plot, characters, and the emotions it awakens.
The films Eternity in Flames and Lust, Caution focus on underground resistance and the events that took place in China in the first part of the 20th century.
The plot of the story is set up in the great depression. Joad gets back home to discover the astonishing effects of the depression on every person in the area.
It is an integrated musical in the sense that both songs and dances are merged perfectly well alongside with a story that gives it a fine and appealing taste to the public. Although the film [...]
Although the film starts with familiar song and entertaining dances, most of the songs are not recognized by the audience, for instance, "Tonight Luck Be lady Tonight", I were a Bell" do not entertain the [...]
In Lion's Den, Trapero acts as a representative of the latter category of filmmakers, as he is focused on narrating the story of the main character and not on making the viewer experience certain emotions [...]
The author initially explains the concepts of marianismo and mariana identity by stating that they originated in the legacy of the Catholic Church, in which women are seen as "subservient and docile"; the reason for [...]
However, it was also a success, as, despite major damage to the spaceship, all astronauts returned to the Earth in safety. The film shows that the crew and the team worked hard to develop ways [...]
Also, to put further reasoning in the proper context, it is critical to notice that the whole assessment and discussion of the treatment plan are based entirely on what is presented in the movie, and [...]
However, she contributes to the development of gender roles by choosing to participate in the camp as a teacher and voicing her desire to have a career in the group.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the philosophical foundation of that theory and see how it is tied to the basis behind The Matrix.
To resolve the identified problems of the client, the social worker needs to establish consent, discuss confidentiality terms, carry out assessment procedure, and thoroughly address the steps of interventions implementation within the treatment plan.
Although The Seventh Seal incorporates the elements of tricking death, which would, later on, become rather cliched tropes, the underlying message of studying one's fears and limitations allows delving into the study of the human [...]
The main point of the film was to demonstrate the social, political and cultural traditions of New Guinea tribes and illustrate the tradition of Moka. One of the main themes in the film is the [...]
This essay will explore the defining characteristics of Peckinpah's films that affected the development of the Western genre in the future.
While Jane is looking for a building full of people who support her to call it her home, her real home is a person she loves.
The Fifth G films depart from the Chinese visual arts and the fashion of film narration that prevailed in the domestic market before, yet it is possible to say that the movie discourse of that [...]
In "Dances with Wolves", one of the most obvious non-verbal cues that occurred in the communication between the American soldier, Lieutenant Dunbar, and the representatives of the Sioux tribe was the greeting.
Some of the most important issues raised in Metropolis are the class division in the society, the gap between the rich and the poor, loyalty, brotherhood, and friendship, the tyranny and autocracy of politicians, the [...]
At the beginning of the movie, we mistakenly take his attitude for granted, but the development of the plot discloses the negative consequences of the Professor's actions.
In his review of the American cinema and the city, Clapp1 argues that immigrants played an important role in the development of American film.
Similar to much of Korean cinema of the time, the film explores social divide and disorientation occurring during a cultural transition.
Both people and soldiers were taught that the other side is the enemy without a clear understanding of the true nature of the ideological conflict."The ideological training they had received to hate and to kill [...]
Consequently, the story also incorporates a variety of themes and ideas that are interesting to explore in terms of the functioning of the society, the role of the city in marginalization and poverty, and human [...]
Another innovative step in merchandising, typical for high concept movies, is the graphic novel Mad Max: Fury Road that was a prequel to the movie.
The movie The King and the Clown is one of the first films in contemporary Korean cinema to portray open homosexuality on screen.
This made Park Chan-wook a transnational auteur as his vision and style in the movie became symbolic of South Korean cinema as a whole, primarily due to the numerous opportunities to commercialize a phenomenon that [...]
To me, one of the most striking features connecting the works was the resemblance between Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings and Han Solo in A New Hope.
The plot and cinematography maintain a somber tone that genuinely reflects the dark world of the protagonists but is cleverly contrasted with the sentimental symbolism of a daisy flower.
Japanese occupation Korea over the course of decades had significant impacts on the country's film industry."This period of Korea's 'occupied cinema' is best understood within these multiple contexts created by the pressures exerted by a [...]
1 It may seem that the representation of Waldo embodies the features of sexual perversion and decadence, as expressed by the sexual intercourse of the young men with the older man along with the unusual [...]
Rapid industrialization and modernization of South Korea resulted in the class divide and evident social dysfunction as communication became broken down, and the working class was isolated."Tribulations of two young men, symbols of the minjung, [...]
In the time after the Japanese occupation and the Korean War, the country finally had a sense of peace and began its path to modernization and development, influenced by an influx of Western values and [...]
The aim of this paper is to explore the overlapping of oil and politics in the context of the movie. In scene 20 when discussing the negotiations of the prince's brother with American lawyers, Woodman [...]
As shown in the movie Race, the discrimination against black athletes is an issue that often remains unaddressed both by citizens and state officials or institutions.
To begin the discussion, it is important to set the scene for the film: 12 Angry Men is a chamber drama that is explored to the maximum of its potential.
The fruit of this forbidden affair is the conception of Mikey, who is born to a cruel world of fatherlessness as Albert dumps Mollie for his interior decorator, Melissa.
There is even more to the film in this regard along with exposing the unsightly aspects of how the Nazis proceeded to implement the 'final solution' of the 'Jewish problem' during the WW2, Schindler's List [...]
The film outlines the relation between industrial revolution, the price for commodities, alienation, the lengths of the working day and capitalism.
The film Coach Carter illuminates the story of a school basketball team and their coach, Ken Carter. As it is demonstrated in the film Coach Carter, this type of structured activities actually helps students excel [...]
Besides, Kubrick performed a great task of deciphering the polysemantic code of writing and then, encoding the same message using the means that the movie disposes of the picture, the speech, and the music.
In addition, the viewer also observes the work of the guerrillas, the organization of the underground, and the very scenario of the revolution, which almost turned into a civil war not on the scale of [...]
Cheating on a test is similar to the movie's situation as one uses the work of another author and presents it as his own.
At the beginning of the movie, Vandy finds a very large diamond that Captain Poison, a cruel warlord and one of the main villains of the story, wants to take away, but the encampment is [...]
The American Civil War and Reconstruction era together had a significant impact on the entire history of the USA and a number of major changes that happened in the states of the Old South.
In particular, the film shows the immensity of the Monument Valley, which the viewer can enjoy, and then the scenery is replaced with narrow spaces.
In a post-apocalyptic community that Kirkman created in The Walking Dead, the readers get to have an insight into human behavior by exploring how people unravel, or how they react in the face of death [...]
The Western movie genre, the main characteristics of which are guns, horses, and cactuses, presents violence that also relates to women and minorities and affects their portrayal in various films. To sum it up, the [...]
In the essay, two main arguments will be made based on the events described in the movie: while the women's colleagues at NASA did see the potential in them and tried to eliminate barriers that [...]
This is true for the classic movie The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, directed by Leone in 1966. This paper aims to explore the central themes of the movie The Good, the Bad, and [...]
An ex-gang member Thornton is now on the other side of the law and is given one month to arrest the gang.
The order of events is clearly outlined from the start, and the viewer fills in all the events that took place within the year of the couple dating.
Norman, 80, is in his late adulthood, Ethel, in middle adulthood, and Billy is a 13-year-old adolescent. On the other hand, Chelsea is more energetic and athletic, and Billy being an adolescent, is vibrant and [...]
The validity of this suggestion can be shown about the periodic publishing of the lists of top 25, 50, 100 such films in the Time magazine, and the fact that even an odd person asked [...]
It is depicted in the assassination of Jamal's mother during the religious conflict and Salim and Jamal running into a rich man, as they try to escape from policemen.
Just like the movie, the phenomenon of the city layer is complicated to apprehend from the first reading, as long hours of thorough reflections are needed to become aware of the ideas mentioned both in [...]
However, the heavy-handed emotional and dramatic elements in the genre create a sort of stereotype around the films and the expectations that the audiences have.
The film Attack the Gas Station! is an excellent representation of South Korean cinema at the end of the 20th century, portraying a rapidly changing time for the society.
In the final fight, the characters manage to resolve their personal problems, as well as establish the safety of the entire town.
The film follows the everyday life of George Washington McLintock, the wealthiest man in the area. He owns not only the land, the mill, and the mines but also the respect of most people.
The tension rises as the men of the town plot to kill the stranger to take the control back; however, he survives, killing them and the three outlaws towards the end of the film.
The viewer can learn that the young boy is on the process of adapting to a criminal's life and is prepared to lead this life.
However, there is a concern that its contents may have negative implications on teenagers in the developing countries because of the fundamental differences between the environment presented in the films and what they have in [...]
Although the key scene of the movie, in which Ray, one of the side characters, reveals to Hancock the reason for his unpopularity is rather straightforward in its message, the underlying ambiguity of the tone [...]
The second point of intersection that unites the domains of film and social media is the approach to the involvement of the observers.
This is a great lesson to her and any other youth who may fall in the trap of such destructive boys. Joey is a bad boy and would not treat her with the dignity she [...]
Black masculinity in Boyz N the Hood is articulated through the use of idealized images that help to protect an adaptive sense of African-American identity in the framework of certain cultural norms and a class [...]
Thus, if an individual is in a certain circumstance, which is somewhat similar to a certain group's circumstance, they are more likely to adjust their own attitudes and behaviours and adopt the group's behaviours/attitudes towards [...]
It is the problem of the antagonism of the interests of industries and the nation. It is not a new conflict, but the fact that the gas industry got exempt from the duty of protecting [...]
The use of the camera in this scene serves three purposes: to introduce the theme of voyeurism, to show the perspective of Marion, and to follow the plot.
It is the culmination of the movie, as it sets the foundation for further developments and the conflict resolution between the antagonist and protagonist.
Mike Tyson is one of the legends of the sports world who has made glorious and notorious things inside and outside the ring. The first scenes of the movie reveal the hardships of the future [...]
The relationship between the visual participant-interactive or represented- in this film is realized by elements defined as vectors or processes which correspond to a group of action in the surprise of fear.
"Scent of the Green Papaya" film shot by Tran Anh Hung takes place in Vietnam in the 1950s and narrates the story of poor young woman Mui who is a servant in a rich family.
Furthermore, the personification allows the corporations to raise money through shares in order to increase the capital of the business. In the case of private business corporations, such information as the name of a business [...]
The film uses wonderful cinematography that highlights the magnificence of the surroundings in the film. The invasion of the Chinese, however, led to the fast depletion of the salt.
In the end, it is necessary to say that there are a lot of factors that make the discussed movie popular all over the world.
In fact, Anger's short films re-define the "what" and "how" of movies, that is, the contents of motion pictures and the manner in which they are shown.
The two movies were introduced by different directors in the middle of the 1900s and became the examples of true American revisionist Westerns where the heroes such as Ethan Edwards from The Searchers and John [...]
One of the aspects of the grieving process depicted in the movie is the support of close ones. This aspect is properly highlighted in the movie, and the filmmakers manage to show the positive outcome [...]
The case displayed in the movie could be considered as highly important, as Gideon's complaint changed the whole American judicial system and increased the strength of the Fifth and Sixth Amendments while making judges highly [...]
This is a story of human evolution, not in the classic understanding of it, but the one that shows a huge step that people have taken in developing technology.
The glass structure shown representing Harper's home was built to capture the movement of the clouds and the sun and show the change in the atmospheric conditions through the lenses.
The story in the film The mission released in 1986 deals with the Spanish Jesuits who are trying to convert a community of Guarani Indians to Christianity and protect them from slave hunters.
The movement was concerned with the production of the French film. The new wave of film is a representation of what is utilized in the documentary.
The Casbah is used in the film to represent the colonized people of color. The region is out of the control of the French police.
The scene begins with Jules and Alba sitting on a moped as the elevator takes the characters to Jules' loft. As the song begins, the camera starts to rotate slowly around the characters, closing in [...]
Among other myths such as the one of Perseus, it is important to mention the Greek myth about Medusa who also acts as one of the characters of the movie.
This is a serious set back for the ghost writer because he is forced to take a flight in the heart of winter to an estate that is in front of the ocean.
Perhaps, the most controversial aspect of the movie, the editing style of the director sparked a number of heated discussions because of its ostensible lack of focus.
Getting to know about the re-release, the population of the post-9/11 world got interested in the film as well as the military, even though the topic was not on the front burner to them.