I have watched this film once before, but I enjoyed it just as much as the first time. It is one of my favorite films. I just fell in love with Frida and her life story. I thought she just held so much strength after going through such tragic crises in her life. She suffered through a horrible trolley accident, ended up bed ridden, resulted in a disability, and went through multiple surgeries because of the accident.
The 1920s produced a highly egocentric generation in the history of America. Typical American literature of the time centered around wealth and success. This created an attitude of self-centeredness as well as a mindset focused on possessions and social class. However, with the release of one of her first successful books, The Good Earth, Pearl S. Buck brought some refreshing reality to American society. Raised in China as the daughter of missionaries her entire childhood, Pearl had a deep understanding of culture that was lacking in the lives of American authors of that time.
But in the movie because of the background music, it will be easy to bring the audience in. What I am here saying is that by following the background music, audiences would easily get themselves into the story and thoroughly understand the ups and downs of the plot as the background will change as the plot change. The background music can be also shown that the disposition of the character, that could help audiences get to know more about the character and to make the audiences understand the situation of the character. The purpose of the background music was to communicate the theme, create the character image, promote the development of the plot, connect video and images, describe the time and culture background and enhance the sense of the audience. The background music is one of the most important tools of foil film effect.
Even though there are a lot of clashes, these movies are very culturally rich in showing the tradition and values of their community such as the movie Bandish where a full Indonesian wedding is shown in Bali. And BalleBalle Amritsar to LA (Bride and Prejudice) shows a detailed account of an Indian wedding. Most movies have an happy end with the lovers reuniting but Bandish made an exception on its ending as the wife committed suicide as he wanted to see her husband happy with another women that he loved before her. This Sher by MirzaGhalib describe this situation very well. Rahiyeabaisijagaachalkarjahaan koi na ho, Hum-sukhan koi na ho, aur hum-zabaan koi na ho.
“I think you are the most special person in my whole life, even more than my wife," says Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal) to Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) on a private walk trough the royal gardens. Those words perfectly express the beautiful friendship of Queen Victoria and her servant Abdul. A friendship based on a true story, that thanks to film director Stephen Frears, we all get to know more about. Side note: without question some of the scenes have been sort of invented, and exaggerated - nevertheless, the exceptional affection between the young Indian servant, "the Munshi" (we will come to that later) and the ageing Queen of England, really happened and shows that love can go beyond borders, no matter who you are. The film, "Victoria & Abdul", starts in Uttar Pradesh, India, in 1887 and takes the audience to a alleged normal day in Abdul's life - morning prayers included.
The Notebook, directed by Nick Cassavetes, (2004) is a film that portrays young love and struggles. The Lucky One, directed by Scott Hicks, (2012) shows that fate and love does exist. These two movies are similar, and they both show how young relationships can always find a way. The TIME article written by Eben Harrell, “Are Romance Movies Bad For You?” (2008) talks about how romance movies can affect young people. This article connect the two movies together by showing how realistically they portray relationships and love.
A Chinese guy (Ah Long) who sells pirated Video CD. He fell in love with a Malay girl (Orked) whose highly educated. She loves watching Chinese film and speaks good English unlike Ah Long. This Film looks at how two young lovers from totally different background cope with family and social pressure. This movie also reflects the issues that arise from Malay perception to Chinese and Chinese perception to Malay.
Their marriage was proper solemnized and was valid under the Section 5 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 as there was no objection on the validity of this marriage in the movie as well. They couple had two children and the whole family was going well and was happy. After a few years ascertaining the strange behavior of her husband Shivani found that Aditya, her husband, was having an extramarital affair with a younger, attractive and richer woman namely Sonia. When she confronts Aditya, he admits that he is in love with Sonia and is involved with her thus this extramarital affair was taken as adultery conducted by the husband. Here it was observed that Sonia was unmarried and was well known of the fact that Aditya was also married and had two children.
Learning Ground for Interpersonal Skills Commercial Bollywood movies have painted such a rosy picture of joint families with images of compassionate cousins, uncles, and aunts that it becomes pretty hard resisting the thought of them. To a point, these movies are actually honest in showcasing joint families as the learning ground for various interpersonal skills such as cooperation, patience, endurance, and sharing. Research has
Piolo Pascual is also worked on the movie Kita Kita; he is one of the producers of this movie, along with TV and Film Director Joyce Bernal, cinematographer Shayne Sarte, and talent manager Erickson Raymundo. Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez are the main characters in the film Kita Kita. Those two people are not that idolized or famous but because of the movie that they work on a lot of people really love their love team. This new love team catch the heart or attention of every viewer. Kita Kita is the romantic-comedy story between Alessandra de Rossi plays Lea in this movie, she is a Filipina tourist guide based on Sapporo Japan.