It also holds a message about ‘reality’. From time to time, we are all like Jeff, secretly intruding other people’s private lives, whether it be those of our neighbours or by watching a film. The Film also skilfully portrays the issue of male gaze. Lisa’s role in the film, though she is an independent and successful woman, still serves for the purposes of male gaze. Even though she was a willing active participant, Jeff’s interest in her sparked when she embraced his point of view, took part in his own “subjective narrative” and became an object of his
Today, globally fans, film critics, and philosophy teachers have praised the film for its example on “defining what it means to be human (and) the increasingly dilemma faced by contemporary society, that is, the most vital question confronting us is how to maintain our humanity in the face of overwhelming technologies that tend to dehumanize us“ (Huffingtonpost). A sobering thought, considering how the public today is thoroughly inundated with advance technology that is suppose to bring us closer together, but has instead produced a more detached society with short attention
People can relate to other people and their emotions. This is why pathos is usually the main rhetoric that is seen. Ethos makes us believe things easily and since most people won't look more into things, it works. Logos appears to our logic which is not very hard if it makes sense. They can also give us a visual and our eyes will take care of that.
One of the many reasons why people argue about minorities, and or race and ethnicity being poorly portrayed in Hollywood, is because that’s how people are going to accept that specific race. Although some defender argues that people do not judge a race by the things they see in a movie, I couldn’t disagree more. A movie or a TV show gives these certain characters a voice, and if they themselves are accepting the negative things, then others will. In that situation it causes fear. I strongly believe the entertainment industry uses race and ethnicity as a leverage for more
Since this is a love story the entire movies tone was either heartwarming or sorrowful. The tone helps establish the importance of the relationship each protagonist had with each other and eventually was what helped keep the viewer engaged; wanting so desperately for the director of the movie to answer the question ‘will they end up together at the end?’. In addition, the viewer is supposed to have this underlying desire for Briony to fix the mistake she had made all those years before. It wouldn’t be called cheering for the protagonist per se, but more like restoring the balance of the messed up world the characters find themselves in. The film itself was more focused on the complexity of the character’s situation rather than the historical accuracy which is why half of the movie is
Clara’s positivity shows that spreading kindness will bring good things not only to you, but also the people around you. Even when the stranger who sat between Elroy and Clara was being rude, she spread her happiness and made a positive influence on him as well. Regardless of whom it was Clara found to be a good influence on anyone she talked to. Throughout the short film “Post-it”, the director employs a multitude of symbols. Elroy’s sorrow along with Clara’s happiness shows a full range of human relationships and key universal concepts of life.
Comedy eases the sense of this hatred giving an audience a reason to laugh at those problems but also maybe motivating them not to give up because it will get better. Both films are creatively inspiring about the banality of the workplace often the phrase ‘work sucks’ is used on the daily basis but this doesn’t mean that each story doesn’t bring something new and inspiring into life. If anything the exploration of the politics of difference in both narrative texts sends out a strong message to the audience, perhaps the audience feels blessed for not having the worst boss in the entire world that steals
Crazy, weird, obsessed - these are common words that the general public uses to describe fans. Many believe that fans, and their contributions to the culture of the fanbase, are over the top in their passion and that their involvement in their fandom is detrimental to their character. Some complaints used in this battle include the criticism of “social justice warrior” behavior, the thought that fans are disconnected with real life, and the belief that fandoms have nothing to give back to the individuals involved in it. However, fandoms are shown to provide support in the people 's lives who are involved with them. Disapproval for “social justice warrior” action is a common trait that people who are against fandoms share.
Both the book and the movie bring themes of both acceptance and self doubt. Lacie from Black Mirror wants to be just like everyone that is a 4 point and up, and Bernard from A Brave New World wants to be like everyone else because he is afraid of being true to himself. The book and the movie both critique our intimate lives, and they make you think about your true character and values. It makes you wonder if you only care about what people think, or what’s best for you, whatever that may be. The book and the movie give us examples of characters that live to impress others.
Based on this idea, viewers believe that film is about the way Burton feels about himself and how he considers himself to be an outsider. Burton's amazing directing techniques can be seen in this film as it sets the entire mood of the film and allows him to focus the viewer in as well as keep the viewer entertained. Burton's use of emotion, sound, lighting, and other techniques contribute to the film's overall quality.