She couldn 't even remember her lines. Director Billy Wilder pasted her lines any which way she could read and say. She was at her worst but still gave the best and became Hollywood icon. The film has Miss Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. When this is the trio, It has to become one helluva cocktail which has a power to intoxicate you all through the film and still keep you alert.
It is his story which starts with his break up with his girlfriend and ends with him having a new partner. It is his transformation that the movie is centered on. There is a slight external transformation of Vivian, but the script is Edward centric. It is the basic norm followed by every romantic movie which assigns a role of a beautiful, submissive showpiece to the women who dances to the tunes of men. Laura Kinsale in The Androgynous Reader reiterates that no viewer/reader wants to be the heroine in the romantic comedy, but wants to be in her place, along with the hero.
This gorgeous Hollywood actress’s wedding dress still has an iconic image and still it get admired by many of the world famous designers. This fairy princess dress was made of ivory silk and delicate lace adorned with thousands of pearls. Sarah Jessica Parker in the romantic comedy, Sex and the City Of course the film “sex and the city” brought out an elegant wedding dress fashion to the world by the extravagant wedding dress of Carrie Bradshaw. The dress was beyond the styles in the fashion world then. It was designed by Vivienne Westwood, who was an outstanding dress designer and this dress was perfectly suitable for the heroine character in the film.
When Ray had discovered that the instant milkshake could increase their profits he had immediately started treating the founding brothers like fellow employees. Although the instant milkshake was not agreed on by the brothers, Ray had still gone behind their backs and distributed them to the fellow franchises. The Brothers had let him be and in time they had realized that he could take power way too late. There was also some internal conflict that was evident because Richard had the type of personality to work hard and fast within the business, this lead to him coming up with most innovative ideas which had led to Maurice being submissive. They could’ve dealt with the internal conflict in an effective manner, where the brothers could’ve pushed other members including themselves to work harder and strive to come up with innovative ideas.
The lead, Takeyuki Higurashi, played by Takayuki Hamatsu, is a rather likeable presence. The tyrannical nature of his character during the movie-within-the-movie is downplayed in favor of a more laidback and thoughtful persona during the behind-the-scenes work. As we get the reasoning why with the backstory, the change is still fun to witness first-hand in a stellar performance. The other big standout performance here is Nao played by Harumi Syuhama as his retired-actress wife who now works as the makeup artist on the shoot who gets involved in the film through rather dubious means. The difference between her sweet motherly duties and the more tyrannical she becomes in the role allows for a nice change that gives her a rather impressive attribute here.
Amazingly there are already two sequels in the works. This movie tells a story about the rags to riches rise because of his little dreams. This young man’s success is due to his hard work. Not to his lucky breaks. It all turns out to be a modest success because of its clichés rather than in spite of them.
I liked the dramatic styles of the actors because it added to the drama of the plot. This movie did not have any glaring flaw and the attention to detail from the director, Fritz Lang, allowed the movie to be so great, such as how the workers who had been working walked slower than the fresh workers in the beginning of the film, as pointed out by Mordaunt Hall. Metropolis will probably always be remembered and watched for its awesome sets, memorable themes, outstanding acting, and its influence on the genre of science fiction as a
The rich people wear colorful color of dresses, show that they can buy any type of dresses not like the low classes people(e.g. Fran's family) that only wear a darker tone of color, if they have bright color it just low of contrast if we compare with rich people white dresses. For example we can see at the ending scene of Scott and Fran finish dancing at the back stage. The scene continues with every short of the other character watching Fran and Scott, some of them looked surprised and some cannot accept this kind of thing that represent of Maxism(which is target the lower class people cannot dance with upper class
As we see in the movie Mughal-E-Azam, as the courtesan dancer and her feelings were buried alive. Having a women wearing less clothes,dancing sensuously on screen was is fulfilling the demands of the men. Women have become an eye candy in the movies. Their main role in the Indian cinema is hip and breasts shaking and lack substance. As Vinayachandran said in an interview, “Most roles for women involve glamorous skin show, a vivacious song and dance routine and in supporting the male hero to achieve his goals” (40, 2011).
Lastly, the most challenging dynamic was pressing, which was unexpected. I thought having done pantomime before would somewhat help, and since the imagery was easy to access it shouldn’t have been as hard as it was. I remembered scenes in movies where characters were trapped in a room where the walls are closing so they had no choice but to resist. For breakthroughs, I tried to visualize a scene in a TV show in which a character has to break through some sort of magical barrier he is pressing against until h cone finally succeeds. Nevertheless, to my surprise, pressing was not only the most difficult dynamic for me but also for some of my classmates.