Loretta Lee ends up turning on Killer Kane while he is gone by untying Max. He gets ready to leave when suddenly Killer Kane comes back and starts to strangle Loretta. Killer Kane then takes his hands off of Loretta and starts choking Max. Then out of nowhere Freak comes into the cellar with a squirt gun. Killer Kane stops choking makes and looks at Freak.
Most serial killers are male which makes Aileen quite a unique, yet still disturbing, character. She’s also been portrayed by Charlize Theron in the 2003 film about her life, Monster. Aileen was raised in an abusive household and from a young age she worked as a prostitute. Between 1989 and 1990 she killed at least seven men while soliciting, although her defence was that all the men had attempted to rape her. She presented this defence at her trial but was ultimately found guilty and sentenced to death by lethal injection.
Here the audience can see that Lucy is introduced first, which suggests she is of high importance when compared to previous ‘Dracula’ adaptations. If you break down the stage direction, it vividly describes two conflicting elements in Lucy’s character. The first being her flirtatious and sexual nature which contrasts with the description of Lucy being on a swing which represents her innocence and childlike character. She is mainly described as a child emphasising that Lucy, along with other Victorian women, has been conditioned to act in a way which sees women as objects who aren’t allowed to express their rational sexual desires. The reason why these two aspects are so contrasting is that having sexual desires as a woman is seen as a form of corruption which contradicts with her supposed innocent and pure child motif.
Lucy is the character who has major experience adventures of Narnia and she is the protagonist of the story. Lucy’s characteristics develop through the story. Firstly she was a shy girl and then become brave and courageous girl. Lucy is, at the beginning of the novel, a very shy and fearful character, as seen in the first meeting with the Professor. The Professor’s odd-looking appearance and his “shaggy white hair” that grows over his head and face (Lion 2) frighten Lucy, who seems to be a very shy girl.
The show opens with young editor Marisol Perez getting attacked while riding home on the subway, and her guardian angel interfering. Her angel tells her that God is dying, and that the world is spiraling out of control, so the angels are going to war to fix the situation. Without her guardian angel, Marisol has to fight for herself for the first time in a deteriorating city. She meets many interesting people, such as Scar Tissue and Ice Cream, both played by junior Michiah Swaim. “I enjoy my character Ice Cream and Scar Tissue because they are both different from each other yet they both reflect the different stages of crazy in Marisol,” said Swaim.
The movie was entitled “The Cassandra Crossing” released on 1976 and directed by George Pan Cosmatos. The actors in the movie are Richard Harris as Dr. Jonathan Chamberlain, Sophia Loren as Jennifer Chamberlain, Burt Lancaster as Colonel Stephen Mackenzie, and Ingrid Thulin as Dr. Elena Stradner. It started when three terrorist tried to blow up the U.S. mission at the International Health Organization but they failed because one of them was shot by the security, the other one escapes and the last was hospitalized because he got infected by a highly contagious pneumonic plague as diagnosed by Dr. Elena Stradner. The terrorist got infected by the plague because he entered a no entry room that contains pneumonic plague germs. The other terrorists who escapes takes the train from Geneva to Stockholm.
Hipkiss 584). Indeed, as a minor character Clayton is given a surprisingly memorable voice apart from being rather a curiosity in Shady Hill, a place without past: “Clayton’s father had been killed in the war, and the young man’s fatherlessness surrounded him like an element” (Cheever 338). This character voices the dissatisfaction with and the disapproval of suburbia in general and Shady Hill in
In both Lucy’s life as Russell 's women seemed to play a huge in role their family and society. Lucy in high school argues strongly for women 's suffrage declaring it a moral right. Also Lucy thinks that in addition to women being successful that they are also responsible for successful men. The best thing that a woman can end up doing is becoming a nurse but Lucy believes that they should be a matriarch who leads men in the right direction. This book shows that everyone has struggles in their lives but you had to learn from your mistakes and overcome what you have faced
[CHANGE SLIDE 16] * Show clip of Scream’s final scene (Item 8) [CHANGE SLIDE 17] PRESENTER- The clip of Scream’s final scene shows Billy and Stu telling Sidney that they must survive because “these days you gotta have a sequel”, this pushes spectators to question the entire dynamics of the predictability of the film as up until this point horror films have very rarely commented upon a future beyond this current film. [CHANGE SLIDE 18] PRESENTER- Craven has been doing postmodern meta horror since, 1994, when he made another one of his most notable films, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Both Scream and New Nightmare explore the idea of merging horror films and real life. Although while Scream appealed to huge audiences, New Nightmare gathered a smaller, fan-led cult following. [CHANGE SLIDE 19] PRESENTER- New Nightmare was a creative and artistic success and a climax in Cravens career.
First appearance of Iris as Klaus takes place when she attends a Halloween party with her friend. At the Halloween party, Iris carries out a conscious performance of her as Klaus. Second time the readers see Iris disguised as Klaus is when she uses the suit as a form of protection after she hears about some cases of rape in her neighborhood. In this case, she again consciously performs the role of Klaus. But later her performance of Klaus grows into an obsession with his identity, and Iris slowly becomes and is Klaus, turning her conscious performance of Klaus into an unconscious