Those who have these spectacles are those who have perfect vision and along with vision comes understanding and insight. If the government allows them to see clearly they would be able to realise that the government is corrupt and not working to help them, but instead hurt them. To prevent them from having time to think about the idea of seeing clearly they also experience headaches because of the spectacles. Wearing spectacles with perfect vision hurts a great deal and all they can think about is making the pain stop, leaving people no time to think about what they are seeing. (G) This tactic allows for the government to carry on with their terrible ways because those that should have their eyes open to the unjust are being forced to have them shut.
The media skills in She’s The Man is more fitting than the other versions of Twelfth Night because of the continuous change of lighting and music to go with the mood of the scene. A media skills weakness in the Globe Theatre version is that there is not much of scene and lighting change, and there is also no special effects which did not make it look realistic. A weakness in the Hollywood version is that the scenes were mainly dark with little light, and it was hard to see what was happening in the scene. Since Carroll’s and Nunn’s version of Twelfth Night had a lot of weaknesses when it comes to media skills, She’s The Man is
When someone gives off the vibe of being nervous they don’t seem sure of themselves. Although, he was answering the questions well, this started to hinder him because he seemed uncomfortable. Also, there was the fact that his eye contact was a bit shifty. When someone talks to you, you want them to look you in the eyes. In this case, it would have been the cameras.
The movie could have been more interesting if they would have stayed the same. But, it gets kind of confusing because you don’t really understand what is going on. Everything in the scene with IT just looks confusing. There are many other things that were changed and the movie could have been better if they
There was a lot more instruments for the next songs that were to be played. Some of these instruments included shakers or markas, gongs-------. I wasn’t a fan of the songs that they played because there was so much going on at one time. Some instruments would play and go in and out but when they all played at once I liked that the best. The first song they played was carribean like and very upbeat.
This obsession ends up resulting in broken morals, self hate, and other compulsive actions. Today, it seems that someone halfway across the world could have a say in how you feel, how you present yourself, the way you live with yourself, and this is presented to the extreme in this episode. Taking this nosedive is unhealthy, and again, disconnects us from our own humanity. Not many people think of it in depth, but these titles are representative of the dangers of the reliance on
Then the rest of the band joins in with the flutes maintaining the melody while the low brass is the background. The form is situated in A B A form. The dynamics in the A parts are louder then the B part. There is no temp change in the first part. The second part, Barbara Allen, has a much slower tempo and is in ¾.
The flappers were seen to be out of control due to their loose morals and people who did not support them felt that women should not be equal to men. The article uses emotive words and depicts the flappers as immoral. It creates a barrier between the flappers’ morals and the morals of the women who lived before the flappers who were regarded as innocent and obedient. Source I is a quote about Al Capone. It describes his ruthlessness and violent attitudes and the fact that he was very successful in his ‘business’.
716) but instead is concerned that they “may draw attention away from underlying factors (such as poverty) that also need to be addressed.” (2011, pg. 716) It can be easier as a society to blame the issue of neglect on a parental flaws, such and substance abuse, mental illness or even laziness. It is not as easy to acknowledge that the issue is directly linked poverty, a larger and more difficult problem to
They also do not respect others opinions. When that action takes place a lot loose respect for them because they are not respectful so why receive it. Some examples on a daily basis people loose respect are when they judge others and mess with the “Special ed”. The reason they lost respect is because they were messing with someone who can’t control their actions and have a disability. Another example on the daily would be when people steal.