Apa Citation For Slumdog Millionaire

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Danny Boyle 's Slumdog Millionaire was awarded multiple honors including 8 Oscars, proving that the unique movie setting and the themes of destiny and choice help the movie outshine others. The movie is also very interesting because of how blunt it is. It is particularly honest about the economic situation in India. This movie has an extremely unique setting. The director set up the move so that in the present day, Jamal, the protagonist, is on the game show ' 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." When a question is asked to Jamal, he has flashbacks that help him answer the question. Jamal has no book knowledge. What he does have are memories of his past experiences. These memories are often very harsh and traumatic. For example, one question asks who is the famous Indian poet that wrote Darshan Do Ghanshyam . We then see an adolescent Jamal working as a…show more content…
In addition to having great flashback scenes, he movie has a reoccurring theme of destiny. Jamal is supposed to be born a Slumdog and die a Slumdog. He is never supposed to become a millionaire. Jamal 's destiny is to get all the answers correctly and become a millionaire. Jamal goes on the show to find his brother Salim and his love interest Latika. He never plans on winning a bunch of money. In the opening title it says Jamal Malik is one question away from winning 20 million rupees. How did he do it? In the closing scene of the move it answers this question. It says that it is destiny. We see destiny mentioned again when Jamal and Salim find Latika after many years of looking for her. Jamal and Larika are sitting in bed together when Latika says that Jamal found her because it is destiny. The theme of destiny plays a major role in Slumdog Millionaire. As a result of having a strong theme of destiny along with unique flashback scenes, Slumdog Millionaire was awarded 8 Oscars. These were Best Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound Mixing, Film Editing, Original Score, Original Song, Direction and Motion

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