In the movie they make her character beautiful and seductive. She is so attractive that even the strongest of men would fall to her and be defeated such as beowulf. But Grendel's mom is actually really evil and places curses on men that she seduces. In both the movie and the poem she attacks and kills thanes in the meadhall because of the lost of her son, grendel. One example of her attacks is on line 411-414 it says “she Took a single victim and fled from the hall, running to the moors, discovered, but her supper assured, sheltered in her dripping claws.
This same original need for power drives Lady Macbeth crazy enough to kill herself. “Who, as ‘tis thought, by self and violent hands, / took off her life” (Macbeth 5.8.83-84). Lady Macbeth ended up taking her own life, losing everything that she worked so hard to get, all because she needed more power. Power corrupted Lady Macbeth and ruined her life to the point of no return. In Macbeth by Shakespeare, people are driven crazy by power.
If he coulda used his feet, Smitty says he woulda killed the nigger.” (55) – to show the loneliness of Crook and how he’s different; yes they are necessary for character development, this reveals something about both the people who say it, in this case Candy, and Crooks; yes, this is it. 3) Curley’s wife’s death – when Lennie killed the woman before that made them leave before this. – “he wants to touch ever’thing he likes. Just wants to feel it. So he reaches out to feel this red dress an’ the girl lets out a squawk, and that gets Lennie all mixed up” (77) when George is talking to Slim; “That was your own Aunt Clara.
After watching The 39 Steps (1935), I realized that Alfred Hitchcock really did have a talent for establishing suspense through films. Even though suspense was the primary focus, Hitchcock managed to effectively and intelligently mix humor, romance, and thriller. He uses a variety of techniques to convey these feelings to the audience. According, to some of his interviews with Francois Truffaut, Hitchcock mentions his love for The 39 Steps, specifically about the techniques he uses to create a bewitching experience throughout the film. In this film, he uses a variety of themes that he continued to constantly use throughout his later films.
Joan of Arc reflects the qualities of Ultima; the French celebrated her while the English burned her at the stake. After the teen helped France to beat the English, the losers, “could not understand how they had been defeated by a mere girl… [and tried] Joan for… sorcery, heresy, and witchcraft” (Famous cases: the trial of Joan of Arc). When people, especially men, face failure at the hands of a woman, they tend to lash out and become enraged. An innocent French child burned to death simply because she fought her foes well. Ultima withers away because a fanatic demanding her demise cannot accept his own daughters’ wrongdoings.
The girl in the red coat was a unique character in the film because her red jacket got the reader more attracted to the film. The first time the girl in red was shown was during the liquidation of the, and the red girl hid under the bed to keep herself protected. The second time the audience and Oskar Schindler 's sees the red girl was during the burning of the bodies in Chujowa, Gorka in April, 1944. During this scene the prisoners of the camps and “Exhuming and incinerate the bodies of more than ten thousand jews slaughtered in Plaszow and Krakow Ghetto massacre” (Schindler’s List). During this scene Oskar visits Amon Goeth and spectates the incinerating process and sees the girl bruised, black and dead.
His initial attempt to save his wife is displayed when the court officials come to take Elizabeth away. John quickly becomes so furious that he tears the warrant for Elizabeth’s arrest and tells the officials to leave. He later shows signs of being a tragic hero in Act III when he goes to the court in attempts to rescue Elizabeth, but it only results in him being accused. Mary Warren, the Proctor’s maid, goes the court with John to reveal the false accusations made by Abigail and the other girls. She suddenly breaks down in front of the judges and turns on John, calling him a “devil’s man”.
Then in turn leads to mass hysteria which is where a group of people believe that something bad is happening. Which leads to many more problems and paranoia in the world. Hysteria plays an important role in the play tearing apart the community of Salem, Massachusetts. In fact it affects almost all of the characters and ends up ruining them. The hysteria starts after a group of girls believe that by dancing in the woods it will kill Elizabeth Proctor by summoning the devil.
Body Revenge 266 words Revenge has happen in both Jasper Jones and the Dressmaker when, Eliza a character in jasper jones, burned her own home down because of what her father done to Laura “ And there, right in front of me, the Wishart house is crackling furiously from the inside. It’s a single box of flames. Ribbons of red and orange lick at broken windows” (page 391), but it also has some comparisons to Tilly who, burned the entire town down because they are trash that needed to be burned (1:51:00 to 1:52:00). In Jasper
Miss Havisham, the rich daughter of a brewer, breaks down completely after her fiance tricks her, leaving her at the wedding. Sure, it’s acceptable to be a bit angry, but Miss Havisham goes insane, “at which she afterward stopped all the clocks”, and spends the rest of her life in the wedding dress, planning out her vengeance on the male race(Dickens 169). Dickens uses this to show
Saul Bass made movie titles almost as interesting as the movies themselves. He designed such covers as: Psycho; It´s a mad, mad, mad, mad world; Bonjour Tristesse; Vertigo; Grand Prix and North by Northwest; Goodfella; Casino and many others. His unique style made them fun to look at, and enticed viewers to
English movies are very well written and crafted and there are over a hundred movies one must watch before he or she dies. This is because those movies teach us a lot of good stuff which we might not learn elsewhere. Movies help us relax and also learn things about life. They give us hope and we learn that there is light at the end of the tunnel. The best movies of all time span across different interesting genres which include action, drama, war, comedy, biography, sci-fi, romance, etc.
Gregg Toland, the cinematographer Welles chose for Citizen Kane was open to all ideas and there forth created cinematic advances on many fronts the major significant contribution to cinematography came from the use of a technique known as deep focus… The scene of Kane selling the newspaper back to thatcher some thirty years later, introduces the main reason it was valued to highly by critics at the time of its realise, and why it is still relevant to us today, Wells used deep focus photography technique to heighten the artistic presence of the scene, Deep focus refers to having everything in the frame, even the background, in focus at the same time, as opposed to having only the people and things in the foreground in focus… had used the technique in an earlier film he had worked on, but Citizen Kane marked the first time it was used so extensively or effectively… Deep focus is most effective in scenes that depict Kane’s loss of control and his personal isolation because it gives the audience a clear view of the space Kane commands as well as the space over which he has no power, clearly represented in this scene, enhancing the idea that
Back in the 1950s, there were many reasons why people found cinema as one of the most relaxing method of enjoyment. By then the world had seen two world wars and people wanted to go into peace. Thanks to the advancement in technology and the use of that technology in making movies that resulted in the new world cinema. Big Film studios and film makers were interested in using more and more technology in the feature films. Alien Invasion and extra terrestrial life were hot topics and any film made on these themes was a hit.