The feeling depression of Picasso made him think about life so during the depression, Picasso started to get into the spiritual content. Spiritual exploration is one of the biggest themes Pablo Picasso wanted to explore during the blue period. Picasso was extremely upset so he thought lots about life and death, and lead his subject into spiritual contents, “Picasso’s blue period works in showing the protagonist spiritually transported by his creative effort, rather than mired in hopeless passivity.” The Subject matter is the key show the spiritual contents in Picasso’s blue
Through its contrasting scenes in the absence or presence Jim, Isherwood’s “A Single Man” suggests that George has a critical view of the people around him as he sees himself as a minority which affects his thinking process. “Reaction formation secures the ego against the return of repressed impulses from within…”. From the novel, George hints traces of conscious and unconscious reaction formation due to his dissatisfaction in life. Consciously, George portrays this defense mechanism towards Doris, a fling of Jim’s past, when he visits her on her deathbed in a hospital. George recalls the embarrassing memory of planting a kiss on her cheek right after he had found out that she had slept with Jim.
The use of lighting and filters for colours is not just used for simple illumination but it is more meaningful. It helps to understand the characters and focus our attention on certain objects and actions. The colour can be used as a motif, an occurring manifestation in which the shades themselves become an important part of the story, reflecting emotions, altering situations and underlining scenes. (Bordwell, Thompson and Smith, n.d.) Eduard Grau, the director of photography of A Single Man, creates a specific palette for the film. He plays with the saturation, making us see the happy sporadic moments ( throughout the past and the present) in bright colours sharply separating the two different ways of George behaving with people and surroundings.
The singer poured his broken heart into lyrics telling about his unfaithful girlfriend. In the first couple verses of the song, the singer states, “We both lie silently still, in the dead of the night, although we both lie close together, we feel miles apart inside.” Begin by looking at the quote above, people can understand how the singer expresses his relationship that is coming to end. The songs begin with the singer lying in bed with his love. Although they physically lie close together, they are facing opposite of each other that seems they aren't in the same place emotionally. Moreover, Poison’s song clearly explains that love is not always about happiness, it sometimes gives a hard time.
Cinematography is a combination of techniques used to describe the emotions and mood in films. Cinematography includes camera shots, angles and lighting. A Beautiful Mind and The King’s Speech are biotic films this depicts the life of an important historical person. A Beautiful Mind emphasizes the inner struggles of a man who has schizophrenia. John Nash’s emotions are expressed through various cinematography.
W.H Auden presents helplessness of the Jewish people in ‘Refugee Blues’ which is set in 1930s Germany when the Jewish people were being persecuted by the Nazi. It is about the terrible plight of being a Jew in the wrong place at the wrong time. As a refugee, the couple have lost their home, their country and their identity and no one is willing to help them as they have ‘old passports’. The melancholy feeling comes through strongly in the blues- a sad song. Auden uses foreshadow, imagery and juxtaposition to convey the helplessness of the Jewish people in the poem.
In a state of proper arrangement, by considering graphic means of representing the film in relation to colour context, the graphical representation of the film was laid out as a linear sequence. The possibilities for testing generated a mixed of different colours of scenes interface thereby showing the scenes reconfiguration in colour and tonal ranges as depicted in the figures above. Red colour plays a major setting in 2001: A space odyssey. It is considered to be the favourite colour of Stanley Kubrick which happens to appear in his several films like “The Shining, Lolita, Clockwise Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut.” The use of this specific colour is associated with the feeling of alarm, anger, danger and lust in his films. As a graphic design student the choosing of colour for specific
This sense of displacement results in the cultural product of the film that invokes audience to identify the contrast as a problem within the visual field, thus, elucidating the need to identify the presence of blackness within a community that establishes hierarchical values through colour. Immanuel Kant’s theory that judgments are made visually by observation which is then analyzed and reflected to produce critiques. It is solely aesthetical, as this film has portrayed itself to be. Though Sembene’s La Noire De is premiered as an elegiac film that portrays domestic colonialism, Diouana’s and Madame’s attitude towards freedom and beauty, which is intrinsically linked to notions of racialization, are essentially ambiguous at best, thus revealing instead the notions of oppression that Diouana, and consequently the African majority feels during the time of political appropriation from the French Colony. Using aesthetic expectations, Sembene provides a realist sense
Despite the remarkable structure and style of this movie there is a strong sense of racial conflict in the film which is played out through the movies color. Furthermore Color is one of the most influential but least consciously noticed elements of a movie, film makers use color deliberately in their movies to communicate with their audiences. Color conveys the emotional features of a film visually, and can induce psychological responses in the audience. In the case of Westside story the films color scheme is introduced with an aerial shot over Manhattan screening the environment of the city. Throughout the scene until the film introduces the audience with its main characters.