The intriguing world of Casablanca, displays a wondrous mise-en-scene in fashion that accentuates emotions and feeling through aspects of cinematography. From the movement of the camera, to the intricacy of the shot distances chosen to be included within the frame, the film reveals important elements of the diegesis without uttering a sound. The cinematography of Casablanca gives the audience an insight into the intimacy of Rick and Ilsa's relationship, and seeks to situate the viewer’s attention to the space and time of the film. Throughout the film, Rick’s romantic relationship, or rather previous relationship, with Ilsa appears to be a focal point of the film.
Even thought at times it was a bit strained, it worked quite well for the situation that they were both in. The romance was such a little piece of Frankie, but it was beautifully done. There wasn’t need for a bubbling romance, but the way that Plozza handle it was perfect. Nate was intense and intriguing and capture Frankie in a way no way else had before.
Where Art Thou. In my opinion I prefer O Brother, Where Art Thou instead of Odyssey because the movie was easier to understand and connect to when you actually can see what’s going on. In conclusion I predict there will be more movies like the Odyssey to come and books that connect to the
This was a really fine written book, showing a great deal of value in remembering the past and the importance of family. And the movie was portrayed extremely accomplished, even though there were alterations that I didn’t appreciate. In my opinion, the book was superior over the movie, describing in depth the suffering and sadness in the camp effectively, which the movie did not, and developing the characters in a suitable way. I would recommend this to anyone who delights in history along with fiction. It contains the reality of the holocaust while including fictional characters and plot lines.
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I could agree with both, the reason why i could do so was because maybe the one who had the idea of the movie was touched by what was happening in those years and felt that creating a movie within that era could be of a symbol. I also think that the director was trying to tell people or show them that this is what life looks like, giving them time to think of what 's really happening. 2. In the scene where Ilsa tries to get Rick to give her the papers, there are several shots that focus on Ilsa as she tells Rick the truth about Paris (time code 1:23: 27). Describe the technical aspects (lighting, focus, camera angle, and so on) the filmmaker chose to use when creating the close-ups of Ilsa.
Sad-frown. Use corresponding face with corresponding emotion (French Kiss, 1995) 5 Princess Anne 5 Kate 6 Joe Bradley 7 Luc Tessier 7 Side characters: 8 Gender studies 8 Conclusion 9 Abstract This article presents the roles of a man and a woman in two different eras through two movies: Roman Holiday (1953) and French Kiss (1995). The focus is on the analysis of the characters, their differences and similarities and messages directors wanted to send considering gender roles in society during the 1950s and 1990s. The method is to make the structure of the essay similar to the structure of filmmaking and pay attention to many elements and symbols that influenced the viewers, consciously or unconsciously.
I believe that the movie version of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird follows the book very well. Compared to the amount of similarities, the differences are almost negligible. When reading To Kill a Mockingbird, one can be fascinated by the differences and similarities between the movie and the book in the portrayal of characters, the layout of Maycomb, and the character outcomes. For me, the characters were just as I imagined them.
In all movie adaptations, there must be some change to make it function like a movie. This is evident when discussing the play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and its 1958 counterpart of the same name. Both are similar in terms of plot, characters, and setting. Despite this, some key plot points were changed when the movie was made that differ from the play. These points change the storyline dramatically.
While watching Casablanca I was really just quite amazed with the whole concept and idea of film. Each of the characters did such an amazing job of being able to bring the film to life. The story line seemed really relatable to the present day even though the setting was during the world two time period. With the whole movie being focused on a relationship that was so strong for two people I figure that lots of people would be able to relate to a movie like this. Relationships being as complicated as they are I feel like people continue to love this film just based on how well it shows two people in a troubled relationship.
I really enjoyed the movie. I believe the movie was able to provide a fair description of the village and its population. It seems very realistic in terms of how a village would function with a place to getter, friendship, gossips, and even the family dynamic such as with Damian 's mother with his wife and kids. I also enjoyed to see how Patricia and Marirrosi have total different attitudes about life and family. Marirrosi is modern type of women who likes to live in a big city and be independent.
If I didn 't have the book I still think that I would be able to follow along with the movie and know what is going on. I really did like the story. It was different than any other books. It was funny and adventures but at times it was very mature. The lesson that anyone can learn is don 't change something you believe in because other people say it is not true.