The intent of this movie was fulfilled by showing the audience the points he was addressing. The writer showed the cruel violence that was happening in Los Angeles and how no one on the outside seemed to know or even care about what was going on in the hood. The way the movie was produced showing a majority of the focus from Tre Styles point of view was helpful in letting the viewers understand how it is to live in the hood from someone’s perspective. There was two particular scenes in the movie that I felt was key to the development and understanding of the film. The first one was the scene where Tre’s dad Furious Styles takes him and Ricky to this billboard that is advertising “Cash for your home”.
At the butcher house, chickens are hung upside-down and switched through transport lines to the murdering room completely aware. Too many number of chickens are dumped from the boxes to the quick moving transport line that made the winged creatures at the base get choked. Not able to deal with the big and wide in stream of chickens, the specialists threw out a few chicken hammering them to the floors. In the middle of the handling, to expel plumes, the live chickens are tossed into burning boiling point water. Ranch
In the opening sequence of the film there are then some level tracking shots following the chicken, which suggests that it is the audience chasing it. The camera work is used to make the chicken seem threaten, in danger, panicked. This range of very contrasting shots builds upon the confused and stylized feel of the scene. Music and sound in visual design The sound is an important element in film form. In film “sound can be used and edited with as much complexity and intelligence as image can If a film without sound, audience will have less exposure on what is going on the scenes .According to Crane Russak, in films music is used to overlap a cut, particularly for changes of scene between acts (Russak, 1973: 201).
Why things are what they are?” As Simon begins to faint the beast says, “We are going to have fun on this island!” The lord of the flies admits to Simon he is inside all the boys, he is the savagery and the evil that has a hold on them. “Fancy thinking the Beast was something you could kill!” The more wild and deviant the children act the stronger and more real the beast becomes. The beast is seen as a threat to all the boys except Simon, who understands that the beast resides in the boys. Their fear of the beast formed a connection between them until Jack manipulated their fear to create two different groups to maintain power. Savagery is a primal instinct that exists within all humans and isn't something that can be
As WWII started, Russia and Germany were in a war; as the war was evolving sieges too, people started eating the corpses, fighting for food, and dying for it. In the book “ City of Thieves” by David Benioff, the two protagonists, Lev and Kolya, after being imprisoned, they were sent by the colonel to look for eggs, that in this story was the only chance to not be killed. The difference of age between the protagonists, connects to the maturity they have starting the story, giving the audience the knowledge they don’t have experience about war. As the conflict between the nations is happening, the duo faces some situations that makes their insecurities and fears, as young adults, help them emotionally and mentally mature through the book. As human’s self-doubt surrounds their life, giving an individual the fear to be judge by others or being always in the shadow of others, is part of an insecure person.
City of God (2002) is a Brazilian crime film directed by Fernando Meirelles, which sarcastically depicts violence and crimes in Rio de Janeiro in the period of 1960-1980. Rio de Janeiro is a slum for isolating poor people, which lacks of governance and regulation. Starting from the 1970s, the underlying juvenile gangs began to organise large-scale crimes and operate drug and arm traffic, and numerous children and teenagers were involved in. Violence and crime have became trivial issues while the police has no way to deal with. The story is presented by the spectator point of view of Rocket, whose life is unintentionally and irresistibly involved and influenced in the Gang war, indicating that people living in Rio de Janeiro have no choice for their life while they have to struggle in this treacherous city, accounted for the endless violence and crimes.
Analysis of: City of God The movie “City of God” that was directed by Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund and released in 2002 is a film of despair, offering a one dimensional view of urban culture, in Brazil where social divisions appear too wide to-bridge, and where millions are too brutalized by violence and poverty to contribute to any process of change. It is a story about two kids, Rocket and Lil Ze, growing up in the City Of God favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Lil Ze, a child who wanted to prove himself, became a merciless drug lord, who killed raped, robbed, and threatened in order to gain power. The other kid, is Rocket, witnessed the violence going on in the neighborhood around him and became a photographer. The narrative essentially revolves around how Rocket grows up in the hostile environment of his slum and how he finally manages to break away from the volatile conditions to a more organized one in the form of a professional photographer.
Brief Summary The film City of God is a account of the harsh realities that existed in Rio de Janeiro during the 1960’s. The film follows the story of two boys Rocket & Li'l Zé and how they both rise out of their violent and improvised circumstances; one becoming a photographer and the other a drug dealer. Aesthetic Analysis and Theory When one looks at this film’s aesthetic, it showcases itself to be heavily influenced by other world cinemas. Although this film came some thirty years or so after the end of the cinema novo movement, it does draw certain parallels with it. Such as it’s underlying tone for the want of social equality, a strong characteristic of this cinema, it can be seen many times throughout the film’s entirety.
These chickens’ throats are also slit while they are still alive. They are dropped into tanks of scalding water in order to remove their feathers, this is often while they are still conscious and are able to feel pain. Workers at one of the slaughterhouse’s KFC is supplied by in West Virginia were documented tearing the heads off live birds. They were also said to have been spitting tobacco into their eyes, spray-painting their faces, and stomping on them to kill them. This was only discovered over 2 years after KFC had promised PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) that they were taking animal welfare seriously.
X was the film which is completely portrayed against a concept of invisible man. There are many graphic effects used in the movie where they are compulsory to use. In order to increase curiosity among the audience and to portray an idea about the movie in their minds, an exclusive publicity poster was designed revealing the concept to some extent. In the poster, you can observe the hero was portrayed as a partly invisible man along with an action sequence in the background. The way he was firing and the bullets falling down portraits the film as an action thriller.