Although, she prays to God to have the priest be overcome with tears like she is and the priests take her more seriously. Mary also cried enough for Jacques to question if she was in pain or discomfort. Jacques includes this information to prove just how much she was crying, and to also show that she was not always taken seriously due to how much she cried. Furthermore, Mary of Oignies’ feminine qualities were also mentioned by Jacques. He states that “she held Him close to her so that He nestled between
She immediately rejected a proposal, which would have later given her a longing, such as children. When Mamzelle gets the experience of care-taking her neighbor's children, she actually has gotten comfortable under the conditions. Only to mention, in the last paragraph her emotions show, “She let her head fall down upon her bended arm, and began to cry. Oh, but she cried! Not softly, as women often do.
ZACARIAS, Regina A. BACOM2A 18/03/2016 BAC09: Intro to Film Metaphors: There was a lot of different perspectives in the movie Doubt, and one of them was (though openlty asserted) Father Flynn 's homily about gossip. His analogy of comparing the dispersion of the feathers from the pillow and the woman 's task to gather every single one of it, it was without a doubt a shade towards Sister Aloysius. But to put it simply as to whether we were supposed to know if he did touch the boy or not, we shouldn 't. Sister Aloysius has no use for the “new” church of innovation. One of the recurring symbols in the film is the wind that continually swirls around Sister Aloysius.
While expressing different emotions; there is clear distinction of male and female expressions of joy, love, hatred and so on. For instance, fear by a Nayika is to be expressed by moving of eyeballs, throbbing and shaking limbs, glancing sideways out of fear, looking for someone to rescue them, weeping loudly and putting their arms round the man. But a man in a similar situation cannot seek refuge in a woman. A Nayaka is supposed to express fear by expressing consternation, slowly letting go of the women or by looking distraught or worried. Similarly, anger in women is expressed by tearful eyes, touching of the chin and the lips, shaking of the head, knitting of the eye-brows, keeping silent, curling of the fingers, leaving of garlands and ornaments and assuming the Ayata posture .
Daisy is whining and crying about how she sees no future in the unbelievable heat, showing her strong tendency for overreaction and her inability to see beyond now. Jordan, however, replies to her, saying to Daisy to not be “morbid” and that “life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”, showing her progressive
Part Two: Poetic Devices Poetic devices are used extensively in Demi Lovato’s song “Skyscraper.” In this song, Lovato uses personification to show her depressed feeling. For example “Skies are crying, I am watching” (line 1). Since skies don’t actually cry, this indicates that an inanimate object like skies is given a human characteristic like crying, however, this shows that Lovato is referring to rain as crying since rain represents an emotion of sadness, which explains her depressed mood, and that she is just watching as it manifests into this sadness. As a result, Lovato uses personification to convey her depression. In addition, simile is used to defend the character’s struggles.
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.
The film raises many moral issues for the audience. The acting of Amitabh Bachchan as Vijay Verma was truly tremendous; not surprising that he became one of the most famous Indian actors after this movie. The story in the movie makes you worry for the main characters and that is what today’s cinema is missing sometimes. The role of Anita played by Parveen Babi is very interesting as her heroine opposes the traditional way of an Indian woman. She falls in love with a criminal and even agrees to bear his child while not being married which is against the rules of society.
Slowly, then, we falter and let our insides be consumed by waves of anger, sadness, disappointments, and regrets. Black skies above our heads, rain pours, and we are drowned in our own setbacks. However, the song entitled ‘Rainbow’ reminds us to feel different, that its normal to be not okay and it’s going to be alright. It is sung by a Filipino band South Border and it served as one of the official sound tracks for the Filipino movie ‘Crying Ladies’ starring Sharon Cuneta and Angel Aquino. Composed by Jay Durias and Sharon Inductivo, the song encourages us and empathizes as we undergo through various hindrances in life.