Movie Analysis Of The Movie Animal Farm

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“Animal Farm” Movie Analysis

“Animal Farm” is a movie directed by Joy Batchelor and John Halas, written by George Orwell aims on showing a real life tragedy in a form of an easy-to-understand animation. Known as one of the most remarkable capitalist propaganda, the movie “Animal Farm” was published in the year 1954 and has the length of 72 minutes. This movie can be classified into 2 genres; drama and animation. Animal farm is purposed to show how communism is performed. This analysis will dig deeper into the context and conflicts arose in the movie.

Recognized as an astonishing satire of totalitarian governments in many likeness, the characters created by George Orwell was purposely meant to represent specific historical characters. The story begin with farmer (Mr. Jones), an alcoholic who shows very minimum kindness to his animals, thus, leading to treating them with cruelty. As the animals got fed up by how Mr. Jones treated them, they decided to start a revolution led by Old Major, with a vision of getting equal treatment for all animals. As the animals succeeded rebelling and overthrowing Mr. Jones, pigs (Napoleon, Snowball) as the smartest animals in the farm takes place of leadership. The pigs created the seven commandments (1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy., 2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is friends., 3. No animal shall wear clothes., 4. No animal shall sleep in bed., 5. No animal shall drink alcohol,. 6. No animal shall kill any other

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