Using these models, Gameau makes it clear to his audience that too much sugar is damaging to the body. Lastly, Gameau also utilizes pathos to evoke feelings of sadness and fear in his audience. That Sugar Film shows the story of many people who have suffered health problems from eating far too much sugar. For example, The scene showing the many graves of people in Amata, whose deaths were believed to be caused by consuming excess sugar, evokes feelings of sadness in Gameau’s audience. The scene with the boy from Kentucky, who destroyed his teeth from drinking far too much Mountain Dew, evokes feelings of fear.
After the broad goal of the filmmakers was expressed through Chomsky, the creators of this documentary began to split this proposition into multiple examples. These examples were expressed as principles, and each built off of the last. Each principle provided numerous examples of logos, pathos, and other appeals to reach the audience and persuade them to change their economy. Overall, this technique was very effective in supporting the filmmakers’ claims. The structure provided a basis almost immediately in the documentary and then provided numerous examples that supported that basis (their proposal/goal).
The Sugar Film where Damon Gameau goes on an experiments to see if the healthy food that is being advertised shows truths through their labels with all the hidden sugars that are marketed to people as healthy. This film proves if really need to keep an eye on these massive food giant’s or keep consuming the food that is known as healthy without any health effects in the long run. MENTION THREE PARAGRAPHS – health effects, Aboriginal community, and food
Interviewing human interest stories, pathos in the documentary are sufficient by reinforcing the authors claim towards sugar being the main effect within The American Food Industry and obessed adolescents. Maggie Valentine; a 12 year old girl who has been trying to discard her weight, Joe Lopez; 14 year old who has endeavor losing weight and his doctor who has suggested bariatric surgery, and Brady Kluge; 15 year old who has 47% body fat and weighs 215 pounds.
The tone is in informative because Hellmich gives different types of sources and statistics which make it informative so its approach would be directed towards inquisitive people who want to learn more about too much added sugar. In order to state that added sugars are detrimental to health, Hellmich delineates how too much added sugar in a diet is slowly killing users of it. For example, “...including obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and risk factors for heart disease and stroke”. Hellmich is effective in displaying how added sugar can be very unhealthy and may cause death (if over consumed) because Hellmich has lots of details, quotes, studies that were performed, and two perspectives from different associations. The title of this
When discussing his tribulation, the speaker says it is “something worse than any stomach ache” and compares it to multiple illnesses, such as measles, mumps, and chickenpox. This is an outrageous dramatization that shows how deeply disturbed the speaker is. To say his pain is comparable to horrific illnesses emphasizes how profoundly upset the speaker is. At the beginning of the fourth column, the speaker reveals his thoughts to the audience, saying “This is
The unnamed heroine is objectified first by his treatment like she is just piece of meat or an object taking her virginity in a brutal way and this is associated with her stain. Later, after his death, she keeps being literally stained because of the mark of the key to the bloody chamber on her forehead. In literature, lilies are typical symbols of death. The husband - like the lilacs in the glass vase - is distorted at the sight of the bloody chamber, and his soul is reduced to unequal pieces that can never be
The "Unspoken Abuse" scenes are very effective in showing the deterioration in Ruby 's mental health as she returns from her weekends, as for Jimmy, the irony of wanting so much to be chosen, ends in him suffering corresponding and similar physical and sexual abuse to Ruby. The repetition of the clapping song in the scenes emphasises the frequency of the abuse perpetrated on Ruby and Jimmy, and whilst Ruby 's scenes ended with the line "I promise not to tell", Jimmy does not speak, which foreshadows the traits of sexually assaulted victims; blame and ashamedness. These scenes exhibited the general idea of what it was like to be chosen during the assimilation
Born in a low status family, she is stressed to suffer under the underestimation and disdain from other people and furthermore, her dad’s terrible treatments. Mayella tells two separated lies: one is about Tom Robinson raped her; another one is she shields her dad, which means she conceals the truth about her dad beats her. In the trial, Tom states that when Bob saw what did his daughter do to him, he savagely snaps, “you goddamn whore, I’ll kill ya” (Harper 221) to Mayella. From this quote, Bob is extremely furious with his daughter when he accidentally saw the scene. That’s because being a white, he cannot accept the thing that her daughter did.
King also explains our mental insanity through “sick jokes” in which he explains jokes that are harsh although we find them funny. King believes that watching horror movies and stating sick jokes allowed us to release our insanity. I do not believe that horror movies help us stay lucid. I actually believe that horror movies can lead to violence and affects a person’s mental status. King states that horror movies keep the “hungry alligators” under control.
Mise-en-Scene is notably used throughout Rethink drink to emphasis the adverts message. After the intoxicated man slips he pushes the pregnant lady into the counter and she falls to the ground. The party members gather around her, they all seem to be worried for her; the pregnant ladies facial expression and heavy breathing suggests that she is in pain and shock. When the couple
The book is basically Mr. O’Connell’s recollection of being diagnosed pre-diabetic, his journey to find more information on treatment and how effective it is, and Mr. O’Connell’s father passing away from not taking care of his diabetes. Before getting into the takeaways from the book we need some definitions and to shed some perspective on how dire the diabetes problem is. So, what is diabetes? The short answer is it’s when your blood glucose or sugar is too high. How it works is when you eat food your body breaks it down into sugars that enter your bloodstream to be distributed throughout your body for energy, when this happens your pancreas releases a hormone called insulin to transport those sugars to the