Do The 1989 Film Do The Right Thing

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Selecting a sole script out of thousands of remarkable writings, is quite a task for me. But, I suppose that in terms of tackling "the tone" and "language," the script for the film Do The Right Thing serves as a perfect example. The 1989 film Do The Right Thing was a controversial film depicting life in a Brooklyn neighborhood, and the racial tensions that flare on a hot summer day. The attitudes portrayed in the film are those of dozens of angry neighborhood locals. The attitudes of the locals grow more and more angry throughout the script, as they grow tired of the oppressive system. An oppressive system that in the film happens to be represented by a small Pizzeria. The sizzling sun also sets the tone by contributing to the fumes. Most
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