I think he enjoys creating projects such as “Diary of A Mad Black Women” because those type of actions is taking place in today’s generation. He is certain that others would enjoy watching it, that is exactly why he continues to produce such outstanding movies. Even though his creations are very similar to each other, each movie has it’s own unique purpose. Although, the
John Williams has worked closely with Steven Spielberg, creating extraordinary compositions for Spielberg’s cinemas (Eldridge). John Williams’ stated, “So much of what we do is ephemeral and quickly forgotten, even by ourselves, so it's gratifying to have something you have done linger in people's memories” (Truitt). Without
The Holocaust serves as a reminder of the devastating consequences ofhate and prejudice and highlights the importance of promoting tolerance and understanding. The ongoing conflicts and humanitarian crises around the world today are a stark reminder that we still have a long way to go in achieving this goal. The events in the memoir also underscore the importance of bearing witness to history and ensuring that the atrocities of the past are never
She emphasizes the need for global outreach, especially in light of recent events. Many still face discrimination and oppression for their religion and culture, making it all the more important for society to commemorate the victims and atrocities of the Holocaust. In her speech, Ebert states, that her number was A-10572. ‘It was not for human beings’” (Ebert).
The Holocaust was a destruction of many people. There were some people who were resistant against the holocaust. Such as Oskar Schindler who may have just been one person but made a huge difference by saving a thousand people. These heroic people saved many lives and made a great change. Oskar Schindler was born April 28, 1908, in the city of Svitavy, in the Sudetenland now know as Czech Republic.
He made films to express his personality. A lack of funding was a limitation for him to make his films, but he was still able to reach something that he wanted in his film. Characters he has made were the outcome of his deliberation. For example, Stranger than Paradise is one of his successful films, and it really pulls audiences to think about their life. He made movies not for input
Not all of Hitler’s schemes succeeded. Yet surprisingly, many believe so. His intent of world domination and plans such as collecting Jewish artifacts to build a museum of an extinct Jewish race was unsuccessful. So to this day, the Jewish population is large in number. A main reason for this being the significance placed on family and culture within the Jewish community.
It is estimated around 6 million Jews died during the Holocaust, each death leaving a scar on modern history, each death showing the monsters we all can be to our own people, or just revealing the monsters we truly are. Harsh changes were put on the Jews from the loss of basic human rights like freedom to the loss of lives. This inhumane treatment was done by their own kind, no sympathy, no empathy,
Zachary Jaglowski Prof. Ghen Zando-Dennis Media Literacy Cinematheque # 2 The film, Kinderblock 66: The Return to Buchenwald is not just the account of four men who returned to Buchenwald, it is the story of the 1000's of boys who were imprisoned in the Nazi concentration camp called Kinderblock 66. The four survivors tell the story for the 1000s of boys who survived and those who unfortunately died. It's a powerful story of the survival and humanity. I have seen movies and was taught in history class about the World War II and the Nazi's concentration camps, however, this film documentary stands alone in its telling of the children of the Holocaust and the humanity of a group of men that made a difference in their young lives. Who
Wes Anderson is a very well-known and established director in his field. Over the years, Anderson has developed a unique style of film and a basic formula for how each film will look in the end. The film The Grand Budapest Hotel showcases a lot of Anderson quirks from the vibrant colors to the tiny miniatures that he used to show the landscape. The Grand Budapest Hotel is uniquely Wes Andersons and really showcases his style.
Throughout Schindler’s List by Steven Spielberg, Oskar Schindler’s character has changed drastically. At the beginning of World War II, Schindler was a womanizing, selfish and manipulative man. After seeing the process that he watched the Jews go through, he realizes the way the Nazis have treated them is unacceptable. Towards the end of the war Schindler has grown due to the experiences he has been through. These experiences have made him a decent, unselfish, and manipulative man.
People to this day still find horror and beauty in this film, finding this film an extraordinary masterpiece executed by director, Steven Spielberg. Some people do disagree with the images shown in the film, however, as a whole, the entire community who thoroughly enjoys films agree the accuracy of this film that did not hold back any viewing content truly added greatly to the film. Perhaps the most touching reaction came from the place where it all started. The premiere of Schindler’s List in Germany with a room filled with 800 people – Germans and Jews, diplomats and artists, film makers and people who had known Oskar Schindler when he lived there (Whitney, 1994).
Some argue the idea that before Schindler’s List, his films like the Color Purple and Empire of the Sun which were serious films but some claim that the films were flawed in an attempt to maked the holocaust seem “more dramatic”. (Welsh The idea of this is absolutely false it is absurd and frankly sick to think that one would make one of the biggest human genocides “more dramatic” Others argue the reason that before Schindler’s list, Spielberg was a totally different actor. One film critic who reviewed the Sugarland Express, called Spielberg a “ commercial and shallow and impersonal. They called out the idea that Spielberg was more about marketing than the actual film. (Manchel 26).
He also directed important movies in Hollywood (IMDb). I will evaluate his three movies according to mix genre. These movies are Bullet in the Head (1990), Hard Boiled (1992) and The Killer (1989). When we evaluate these three films, we can see