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I woke up that morning and pulled back the curtains of my two-bedroom condominium and gazed up at the Canyons, a massive stretch of ski runs slicing through the wild mountain. It crowded the skyline with its massive size, looming over the town below it. A smile began to spread across my face
In “A Streetcar named Desire,” Stanley and Mitch as the faces of men and masculinity inside this play. Stanley is a sweet, intelligent, caring, and sometimes, violent. Stanley is a violent man when he is drunk. This scene is the poker night; Stanley is having a lot of friends and having a lot of drinks; He is already drunk. Blanche turns on the radio stanley says to Blanche “turn if off” (Williams 54).
I open the door to see a clean room with one queen sized bed, a quaint bathroom, a television, a miniature refrigerator, and another door out onto a balcony. My first thought is to see if the television works and to see if there is a news channel that can explain what is happening. I find the remote on the bedside table. I start clicking through the different channels and finally find the Fox News channel. What I see is horrifying.
He uses sound to change the mood in a scene. Big Fish uses diegetic sound when Edward finds a new town that always has a light soft melody playing every business he visits . Tim Burton uses this technique to simulate the perfect happy town. As well as in Edward Scissorhands, Edward was sculpting a bush Burton used the sound coming from the radio to signal to the family that Edward Scissorhand had done such an amazing job. Another example would be in the movie Charlie and The Chocolate Factory.
Both of the stories have anthropomorphism. Anthropomorphism is when animals have human characteristics. The animals talked and also wore clothes. The protagonists were clever and smart. Master Cat tricked an ogre by eating him when he turned into a mouse and Coyote cheated in a game of dice when Thunder wasn’t looking.
Kim walks to her room with the stack of the clothes, and sets them down on her bed. Kim puts the uniforms in the cyan dresser, and the silk lime green pajamas in the next drawer beneath the drawer with the uniforms. While groaning, Kim squats down beside the box and reads the label. Box labeled bathroom, so Kim takes it to the only bathroom in the purple house. She sets the box down in the doorway of the bathroom, and Kim rips the tape off slowly while her eye’s start closing and her head bobs up trying to stay awake to finish unpacking the last box.
In the Great Gatsby, we see a long panning shot of his house, and the lake to show how abandoned it looks. A low-level shot is used on Nick in the inside of the house to make him appear smaller and emphasise the size of the house. A medium shot is used on Gatsby’s coffin under the staircase to show that he only made up a small portion of the large house he lived in, and what made up the house was the constant and extravagant parties. An overhead shot from the top of the stairs, looking down on his coffin, zooms in on the coffin as the camera moves down to symbolise that Gatsby lived a high life that was grand, but it was all for nothing as he died a tragic death, alone and without
It had the similar ambiance and construction to a movie theatre entrance, with concessions and a ticket booth that led you towards the main room. Although the main room was very small and dark, it was a sight for sore eyes after what I had seen to get here. The small stage was the main focus of the room, as all tables were directly facing it. Each table had a dimly lit candle centered on it as well as a red table cloth. The blue focus lighting on the stage allowed me to see the set up of instruments, a drum set, piano, string bass, and a two saxophones ready to be played.
The setting described in the Monkey 's Paw is in a small parlor of Laburnum villa, England, about 1902. The main characters revealed in the exposition are: Herbert White (son of Mrs. and Mr. White, loyal child and works in Maws and Meggins), Mrs. White (mother of Herbert, intelligent and passionate woman, and loving), and Mr. White (father of Herbert, curious and malleable old man, but poor). Sergeant-Major Morris ( a friend of the Whites, he is a mysterious man and enjoys talking about his adventures abroad was also revealed in the exposition. W.W. Jacob starts the exposition with Herbert and Mr. White playing a chess game while Mrs. White sits knitting by the fire. He introduces the Whites as a