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Rear Window represents a climate of Cold war anxiety for it investigates the politics of suspicion and government infringement of privacy. This is conveyed through multiple imaginary frames that are subject to distrustful misreading’s symptomatic of the cold war context. Furthermore the question of invading and observing the private lives of others, is highly contemporary in that the film takes place at a historical moment where American-Soviet tensions have fostered a climate of intense suspicion and anxiety about the spread of communism. Rear Window also focuses on the personal and political ramifications of the era. Emerging from a culture of McCarthyism, the film’s focus on surveillance illustrates anxieties about foreign infiltration
Family Assessment CIA By Trishna Shenai 1424355 3MPCO INTRODUCTION Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... also known as K3G, is a 2001 Indian drama film written and directed by Karan Johar and produced by Yash Johar. The film tells the story of an extremely rich Indian family, who face troubles and misunderstandings over their adopted son 's marriage to a girl belonging to a lower socio-economic group as compared to them. In this present case, since it is a movie and the characters are fictional, the tense is present and the age is an approximation. Amitabh Bachchan is playing the role of Mr. Raichand, Jaya Bachchan playing Mrs. Raichand, Shahrukh Khan playing Rahul, Hritik Roshan playing Rohan, Kajol playing Anjali, and Jibraan Khan playing Krish.
Shelby I agree that Suzy is a major representation of a smoke signal; she conveys Arnold’s death and the type of life he lived to his son, to free him of his rage and hatred toward his father. However the title can also been seen as a stereotype within itself; natives gathered in tents or around a fire using smoke signals to communicate is a common stereotypical depiction of Native American culture among films and books. Whether smoke signals are an accurate portrayal of Native American customs or not, it was a form of communicating in times of danger or distress. It’s no accident that throughout the movie Victor and Thomas both struggle to communicate with each other and their community. Their ‘smoke signals’ were muddled and neither understood
iTALES OF HEIDE Comparative Lit: The film altered the plot of the novel considerably, primarily by redefining the relationships of characters to one another. Heidi, instead of being the orphan of Grandfather 's late son, becomes the orphan of the Grandfather 's late daughter and her late husband; Dete becomes Heidi 's aunt as the living but estranged daughter of the Grandfather. In addition, Heidi is further recast as Herr Sessemann 's niece because of his late brother 's marriage to Grandfather 's late daughter. As Sessemann 's niece, Heidi becomes cousin rather than simply companion to Clara, who early in the film is negatively portrayed as a hateful and spoiled child.
As an up and coming art critic walking in to the Carnegie Museum of Art, my eyes flitter from painting to sculpture to every medium of art in my sight. My eyes continue to be briefly captured by multiple art pieces until I come across a pitch dark room, with a singular video playing. The sign outside the room indicates the film is called Sidewinder’s Delta and it is by Pat O’Neill and it came out in 1976. I take a mental note to research more about the director and the film itself. The large, empty seeming room is intriguing
In question one, we explored how the film Duck and Cover utilized various concepts of propaganda design, as identified by Jacques Ellul, to inform children of the dangers of atomic bombs and how to be safe. The following analysis takes these concepts further by evaluating the work of Susan Sontag in her 1975 New York Book review “Fascinating Fascism”, an article on the work of Leni Riefenstahl, an infamous Nazi filmmaker and member of Adolf Hitler’s inner circle (Sontag, 1975). Sontag posits that Riefenstahl’s work for the Nazi party, starting in the 1930’s, demonstrates a true representation of what Sontag calls the “fascist aesthetic”. Riefenstahl’s work concentrated on the power of the propagandist elements of imagery and control to further
One Missed Call by the French director Eric Valette was one of the most known films in the early 2000’s. Mostly known for the incredible thrill it gave audiences, but not a lot of people are aware that this 2008 film was a remake of a 2003 Japanese film One Missed Call by Takashi Miike. This is mostly because the original was Japanese and the remake is an American film, but if you took the two films and put them right beside each other and not taking the actors in consideration they are almost exactly the same. So why did Eric Valette remake the film?
The movie Xmen is a science fiction action movie that tells the story of humans born with extraordinary abilities called mutants and the conflict they encounter fitting in with ordinary humans. There is shifting power dynamics between the two groups, as the mutant population is increasing, certain factions of the humans try to enforce stricter control and regulations over the mutants because they are fearful of the mutants strength. This is similar to the problems experienced by minorities looking for equal rights in America, unfortunately, other groups in power sometimes, are afraid of minorities in their quest for equality, so they try to place restrictions on minorities freedom. The film, Xmen belongs to a series of nine movies, the first
E.T the Extra-Terrestrial is a science fiction film directed by Steven Spielberg, and written by Melissa Mathison. This movie was first released on June 11, 1982 by Universal Pictures. It tells the story of a stranded extraterrestrial who is later befriended by Elliott, a lonely boy. who with the help of his siblings will help him get back home. I picked this movie because since the first time I saw it I really liked it
In the 2013 film Short Term 12, directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, a twenty-something woman, Grace, works at a place called Short Term 12, where she cares for troubled youth. Grace, who is portrayed by Brie Larson strives to make the children in the facility feel loved and cared for, despite the fact that they may never feel like that. Each child comes from a different type of family, and each has their own troubling story; however, when the children are at Short Term 12, their pasts do not define them. Grace treats each person in Short Term 12 as an equal. Throughout the film, a viewer sees Grace’s life when she works at Short Term 12, and the life she has outside of the facility.