In all most every dialogue between Mia and Sebastian there is a conflict, a misunderstanding between them. Therefore, the writer plays with our emotions by giving us pretty musical relationship and then cold-hearted miscommunication between them. The screenplay’s main objective is to see how both, Mia and Sebastian, believe in reaching their dreams. The writer wants us to connect with them through romance, yet that’s not the point the screenplay is trying to address. In page 94 of the screenplay, we can see a montage of their lives together.
In the story it grew with love because of three people that were stuck with a love triangle, but with every situation they had it would end with radiant laughter. The plot of the story wasn’t clear to understand because it would leave parts out of the story. The story was hard to catch on because the story moves on to fast both movie and written version. As said in Twelfth Night “Its central plot concerns a love triangle….Twelfth Night have tended to focus on the drama 's captivating characters as well as on its themes of love.” (lee
The character role of Blanche in the play, A Streetcar Named Desire was full of fantasy and delusion where Stella and Stanley started to live a life in romance. The place names were real, the journey foreshadowed Blanche’s psyche orientation throughout the play. Blanche’s desires had led her down paths of bad sexual relation and alcoholism, and by making contact with the Kowalski; she had crossed the limit. Blanche’s desire to escape made her to isolate from the world around her. By the end of the play, Blanche could no longer distinguish between fantasy and reality.
The producers, it seems while trying to make the movie fit the modern times, they cutout or changed certain things about characters, theme, and symbols that caused it to be slight different from the book. The fact is that no matter how well the movie covers the book, there will always be some noticeable difference, as Fitzgerald’s words from the book paint’s a vivid picture of the scenes, that it’s come to life in the mind of its reader. Therefore, even with a perfect design, cast, and performance, any movie version can only disappoint. One of the biggest difference can be seen in the theme representation of the American Dream. While the movie shows the achievement of the American dream, the book shows its failure.
It produces a lasting effect on us, different from all the other elements in the story, which produced an instant effect on us, as the language for example. This message which has the concept of death related with time hits us strong after reading. Because we as readers are also susceptible to the powers of death because our time naturally runs out, so we get closer to the end. This adds obviously to the dark Gothic horror effect. So we can say that the allegory with the theme, and the concept of death and mortality related with the
However, some writers found this too optimistic, and therefore unrealistic, and in reaction, created the Gothic Movement. It is centered on death, and tragedies, which influenced most of Dickinson’s poetry. She dwelled on the idea of living and dying. In addition, Dickinson spent a larger portion of her life depressed, with many desires,
Their journey is long and hard, but they eventually prevail and find their father. A Wrinkle In Time is a fantasy book that is written by Madeleine L'engle in which the conflict was explored, the setting and characters are both realistic and imaginary, and the author uses many fantasy techniques. The conflict of this book was an inner conflict with Meg. She doesn’t think she is good enough for her family, but as she goes
Love is a choice, a feeling, a kind of belief and a kind of responsibility. I get this thesis from two different places. In the movie “Beauty and the Beast” and the novel “Phantom of the Opera,” we can see this theme when we analyze the similarities and differences between the characters of the Beast and Erik, and Belle and Christine. In the movie “Beauty and the Beast”, the Beast choice Belle, he do not choice any other girls. He just loves Belle.
Since he writes the songs for the characters, each word has a specific purpose. Musical theatre often contains rhyme, but Sondheim’s rhymes serve as emphasis in the play. According to Sondheim, every rhyme, perfect or not, draws “attention to the rhymed word” (Sondheim, Finishing the Hat, xxvii). Since the songs’ words signify a profound amount of meaning, Sondheim makes sure that the lyrics and rhythms work for the character and the actor. “Getting Married Today” in Company demonstrates this particularity.
For thee I’ll lock up all the gates of love And on my eyelids shall conjecture hang, To turn all beauty into thoughts of harm, And never shall it more be gracious.” This is what happen when Hero and Claudio didn’t communicate with each other. Without communication, messy things can happen and can end in a very bad way. Communication is crucial in a relationship. Claudio and Hero’s relationship is unrealistic in terms of today’s