Since Hitler dumped so much money into artistry, he became broke and thought of nothing better to do than join the army during WWI. Hitler was eventually wounded in the line of battle and while he was getting fixed up in the hospital he had heard that the Germans had surrendered and he blamed some of it on the Jews. Hitler then started ranting on about it and people joined in and Hitler had joined the Nazi party and eventually becoming the dictator and started the persecution and later on the execution of Jews. Hitler had a large effect on the world due to his killings and his somewhat famous
Sweeney Todd becomes a serial killer during his quest of revenge, murdering his customers with a straight razor and, with the help of his accomplice, Mrs. Lovett, processes their corpses into meat pies. Analyzing the Film Silent films and German Expressionism influenced Tim Burton for his film adaptation of the musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and so he describes the film as a "silent film with
The plot is far more complicated than that of a typical film noir- at the perfect timing it seems, the film manages to connect all the dots and pick up missing pieces to expose the true plot of the film which has everyone gasping and anxious i.e at the end of the film where Exley finds out Dudley’s involvement with the shootout, his father’s death and Jack Vincenne’s death before killing him). This is very much neo noir which contains more complicated plots and a certain hint of sophistication to
Tim Burton, a well-known film director, has many more opportunities to display tone and mood than an author would. In movies such as Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland he uses various cinematic techniques to display eerie moods and tones. Burton’s films astonish many audiences because of his brilliant use of sound, angles, and lighting to display a unique, gothic, and unusual style for himself. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses lighting to create different tones and moods, as well as displaying his unique style. In Edward’s mansion the lighting is always low key.
The Meduse end up murdering almost everyone on the ship. Binti wrestles with PTSD after this experience and eventually seeks counseling to help process her emotions. However, she soon realizes that without the Meduse, her prospects of survival were critically low. She was able to befriend one of the Meduse named Okwu. Ultimately, the Meduse chief had to sting Binti and cause her to undergo a “second death” in order for her to save Oomza Uni.
In the novel, McMurphy attacks the nurse brutally and attempts to kill her, “doctors and supervisors and nurses prying those heavy red fingers out of the white flesh of her throat as if they were her neck bones, jerking him backward” (Kesey 319). Also, the narrator shows mercy towards McMurphy by smothering him in his sleep, “and scissor the kicking legs with mine while I mashed the pillow into the face. I lay there on top of the body for what seemed days. Until the thrashing stopped” (323). One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest has graphic violence that may seem pathetic compared to the media of the 21st century American society.
Skylar Neese, unsuspecting like Caesar, had gone to enjoy a night with her friends that ended in her death. Her supposed best friends’ cause for the murder was “we just didn’t like her anymore” similar with Caesar, his death the result of the fear of tyranny (Sandt). Both of their deaths were a result of betrayal, dislike, and fear. Caesar, many times put trust in his friends and confided in them, his reason being “because I love you, I will let you know” (2.2.79). In Skylar Neese’s case, though she was said to be fighting with her friends at the time, she still had trust and faith that they wouldn’t hurt her; unfortunately,
Minnie waited until the mid of night and tied the rope around her husband’s neck and strangled him just like he did to the bird. After years of neglect and emotional abuse, when her husband killed the bird she snapped and wanted him to suffer like the bird. After the crime she didn’t try to hide what she did, she waited her someone to come release her from all the pain she had been
Continuing his brutal trend made him capable of killing without remorse. In contrast, Lady Macbeth becomes the frantic partner and eventually loses her sense of peace. One troubled night, Lady Macbeth sleepwalked and discussed the past events that were consuming her guilt-ridden conscious. The doctor listened in astonishment and stated “Foul whisp’rings are abroad. Unnatural deeds do breed unnatural troubles.
For the first major difference between the stories, the two men were murdered by their wives, but the weapons were on opposite extremes. In “Lamb to the Slaughter,” the fuming wife had murdered her husband by knocking him in the back of the head with a frozen solid lamb leg. He was easily, and instantly out cold. Next, in “A Jury of her Peers,” the wife was also upset, but slyly killed him in his sleep. She waited until he was asleep, slipped a rope around his neck, and choked him to death.