Edward is dying in bed and as the actor is much larger than the actor who plays Edward 's son, there needed a way to make him looks sick other than make-up. Therefore, the angels come into play, as well as the surroundings. With a high angel, his son standing up, and laying in a larger bed, Edward looks weak. As another example, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, when the people who won the golden ticket are walking into the gate of the factory. In this case, Burton wanted to make the winners look smaller and the factory look ginormous.
"Doodle!" I screamed above the pounding storm and threw my body to the earth above his. For a long time, it seemed forever, I lay there crying, sheltering my fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain.” The story also shows symbolism through the coffin, the coffin symbolizes death. The reason it symbolizes death is because The reason that the coffin symbolizes bad luck is because the coffin was built for Doodles death but Doodle didn’t die so there was a beathly vibe given off by the coffin. “One day I took him up to the barn loft and showed him his casket, telling him how we all had believed he would die.
The narrator tries to distract and cheer Rodrick by playing the guitar and he loves the paintings that Usher has in his house. Roderick lives in a big, creepy mansion were there is a lot of dying plants. Roderick than, tells the narrator that his sister Madeline is his twin. Than Roderick tells the narrator to help him burry his sister, which is alive, since he doesn 't want to take his sister to the doctors because he thinks that they can cause her more damage. So they buried her somewhere in the house.
Like in his movie Beatlejuice he uses close ups when Barbra and her husband got taken out of the ghost world and put back into the human world but they were dying and it showed a close up on their faces when they were dying and turning really old. Another example is from his movie Edward Scissorhands when Edward was tricked into breaking into Jim’s house and the alarm goes off and he gets locked into a room it zooms in on Edward’s face to show that he is scared and terrified. Close ups make sure that the audience know the intensity of the scene and is knowing of how the character
The plot of 'The Masque of the Red Death ' is actually quite simple. The Red Death is a fictional plague sweeping through the land. Prince Prospero, the main character in the short story, is hiding from the plague in an abbey, along with a bunch of other nobles. Despite the plague being quite horrendous and consisting of symptoms like sweating blood and dying within 30 minutes, the nobles think they are safe in the abbey. In fact, they are so relaxed about their situation that Prospero hosts a big masquerade ball.
Above all, both works of Shakespeares and Franco Zeffirelli still share the same basic story and the same characters. Zeffirelli film starts with a shot of a huge castle on the edge of a rocky cliff, following the funeral of King Hamlet; which is not in the play, but perhaps should have been. Instead the play starts with the two guards, Horatio encountering the ghost of King Hamlet. In the film after the over view of the castle, an organ plays a solemn background music as men in medieval armor on horseback and women in the background stand in silence as if waiting for a news. The next scene in the castle’s crypt, where the king’s widow Gertrude sniffles loudly over his body.
The climax scene is also the death scene in Romeo and Juliet. Another scene in Romeo and Juliet is the Prologue as the audience know from the beginning that the protagonists’ fate is set to death; “A pair of star-cross 'd lovers take their life; Whose misadventur 'd piteous overthrows; Doth, with their death, bury their parents’ strife” (1. Prologue). The use of dramatic irony makes the audience feel more involved in the story even though they can predict the ending, the drama comes from how the ending is done and at what
Do not look too close because even the most beautiful things in life can still hurt you. In American Beauty (1999) directed by Sam Mendes, has roses in almost every scene of the film. The roses and the rose petals symbolize two different things. The actual roses symbolize reality, on the outside it looks pretty and perfect, but the thorn will stab you if you try to pick it up. The rose petals symbolize fantasy, because the only thing you see and touch is the pretty part of the rose.
The fourth and final accusation is that the Friar did not stay in the tomb when Juliet was mourning Romeo’s death. He should have known that Juliet was going to try and kill herself, because she tried to take the last of the poison the Apothecary gave to Romeo while he was still in the room. Friar Laurence plays a major role in their deaths since he is a priest, they trusted him, and looked to him for advice and
“So, on the chill, damp, deepening dusk, the stranger wandered around the property while the mother set the dining room table and the father peered covertly out the window”. After examining outside the house and a very old swing set, the mother asks him inside. The inside of the house, how the stranger describes it, is new and very different than when he had lived there. He reminisces of how he used to live. Although the house is very beautiful and clean, his speaking of his memories of the house sets an eerie tone.