I believe that his cholo style surrounding has showed him how to decipher the difference between good and evil. He somewhat has seen it all, all the bad in the streets are scary and dangerous, The being said, he also sees the beauty in the good. When you are down low and the light comes it is brighter in the eyes of the hurt. Rudolfo grew up in southern New Mexico, he was kind of like a cholo in his culture and was kind of rugged. This show his surroundings environment was hard on him, he went from living in a small village to
Obviously the portrayal of human rights abuses in the film are to a certain extend exaggerated, but they clearly mirror the reality that a lot of people, especially in the Third World, face on a daily basis. The film offers the audience an opportunity to experience human rights violation on a personal level and shows how insecurity affects a society that is at peace by definition. The Hunger Games openly criticises violence, human rights abuses and makes warfare a deeply personal matter that triggers the audience to critically assess their own notions of human rights and
The Bad Kids uses an assortment of techniques to create a way to get the viewer emotional involved in the story. The techniques involved in the film are shots of the weather, the way voice overs are used, and the overall structure of each child’s conflict. The director’s purpose in using these techniques is to get the viewer to see that these kids, who have had a hard life, are largely victims of the circumstances that they were born into. These kids are just a few in a country and world where millions of kids are written off as “bad kids” that have nothing to offer to the world. The director shows that they have a story behind that label and that their stories continue even have people have written them off.
Similarly, Wilson in Fences was also conscious that such a mixture, where money and race are put together, is poisonous since it leads characters to destructive conflicts like the ones between the father Troy and his son Corry or also between black and white minorities. However, these conflicts are still of paramount importance because of the historical and human significance they give to the play. Starting from the
Dystopian struggles In a dystopian world, it could be very hard and challenging to live in by trying to survive every day. There is the struggles of crime and poverty, not only is one poor, but they have to worry about other people trying to rob or kill you for their own survival. Then there is the escape from the harsh world of the real life by pretending to be someone better in a virtual world. Not only the real-world sucks, but the utopian world of the OASIS is in high risk of becoming a dystopian world like the real world. Wade is not the only one who struggles in this dystopian world, but everyone does, and they try to find a way to survive in that harsh dystopian world they live in.
In addition to that, movies widen the horizon of our perception of reality, which is why it is essential to fully comprehend the message communicated. Horror movies with their gory, bloody scenes are usually bashed for their corny dialogue and flat characters by the critics. But slasher movies producers rely on the psychological fact that people are more capable of deciphering meanings from images than words, hence presenting a more effective message that reaches the audiences more clearly, which in return ignites a sense of thirst into the audience for more graphic, realistic scenes; a deep-rooted factor of the audience 's attraction to slasher movies is their ability to frighten, to move, to arouse the viewers; these movies offer an immediate thrill. Horror movies ignite both bodily and emotional reactions from the audience as if they were a part of the movie before any cognitive processing of the received message on the screen. Some viewers become unable to differentiate between their reality and the falsity of the movie; the frequent exposure to slasher movies can make the movie 's created reality alter the viewer 's actual reality and this is more likely to happen among children who have not formed a steady, logical perception of the world, hence this results in them developing manners in accordance
The glare is tearing the families gaze away, such as war is tearing Louie away. All readers can connect with the pain of staring into a bright glare, so it is an effective use of symbolizing the pain of war, as more people can connect to it. It is unbearable to lose a child, but similar in the Zamperini’s struggles to look at the camera, they will struggle to believe Louie 's death. This persistence to believe in Louie 's survival is an added example of how determination can help people through tough times. As it was their belief that kept the Zamperini family strong and looking on.
Many examples of the worst, but also the best of people spring forth from the events that were the Holocaust. One can look back at these events for examples of intense human emotion and suffering. Although these dark times degraded and beat the human spirit, survivors from the Holocaust still find hope and look for ways to improve society and look selflessly for ways to alleviate the suffering of others. Speaking first to the United States government, and then to individuals all around the world, Wiesel, a respected survivor of the Holocaust, hopes to raise awareness to the suffering of many victims in many circumstances, and to encourage the United States and its government to stay away from the trap of indifference. Wiesel effectively employs personal narrative to appeal to emotion and authority, anaphora to emphasize his call to action, and dozens of rhetorical questions to help the audience consider there part in Wiesel’s call to action.
The extremists played upon deep fears and frustrations in the Hutu populace, at all levels. Economic crisis was threatening prospects of unemployment for many salaried people. There was a serious problem of access to land for young men. Rwandese popular culture has, since independence, played upon myths of the Tutsi as historic “invaders” of a different race, and perpetrators of injustice. Playing on these themes, the extremists’ propaganda proved highly effective.
Owen through his poetry was able to captivate his reader and create visual imagery to heighten the messages he wanted to convey, allowing us comprehend and understand the true horrors occurring on the front. Wilfred Owens ‘Anthem for Doomed youth’, and ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’, are both anti-war poems, conveying similar messages about how ridiculous and meaningless war is, only bringing suffering and anguish to those involved. With direct experiences in the war himself, and first-hand contact with the traumas and horrific violence, Owen felt a sense of duty to inform people of the bloodshed and terrible conditions hidden by propaganda and lies. This is why he states, “Above all, I am not concerned with poetry”, because he believes the truths of war are more important than art, whilst he still is using his poetry to express his feelings, it is not the art of poetry which is his concern but the effectiveness of