A Raisin In The Sun Movie Essay

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Outstanding Movie Portrayal of A Raisin in the Sun Extra scenes in a film or story can make all the difference when it comes to being captured by a narrator’s work, and in the film A Raisin in the Sun based off of the play written by Lorraine Hansberry, the portrayal of true emotion and symbolism were captured almost ideally when it came to added scenes outside of the Younger’s apartment, with the exception of a few altered events, like Mama’s retirement. Foremost, Mama’s retirement in the first scene of the film provides not only a new symbolic perspective, but it may also seem to take away from Hansberry’s initial intentions. A passage from the play A Raisin in the Sun opens Mama’s introduction with, “She is a woman in her early sixties, full-bodied and strong. She is one of those women of a certain grace and beauty who wear it so unobtrusively that it takes a while to notice……show more content…
Gathering a better understanding of the characters emotion makes a significant difference. I can be the factor that determines if viewers are captured and engulfed in the situation or not, and the film definitely proclaims that. And example of this would include how viewers can see the chilling, gloomy weather and lack of expensive attributes when seeing outside of the apartment. Taking place in the film, Beneatha was outside of her home with Asagai and in this situation, the understanding of true struggle and power in her words was moving as she was experiencing defeat. In conclusion, the film A Raisin in the Sun portrays the play in many ways, despite the differences that distinguished Hansberry’s work form the movie. The visual aspect efficiently opens the perspective and mindset of the characters, and it inevitably gives a glimpse of the true struggles and personalities that were not as easily magnified in the
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