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It makes the audience pity the persecuted, hate the villainous and appreciate and praise the brave and courageous. The movie is replete with suspense and horror and many a times it comes out as being deeply moving. The pivotal theme in the movie is the ethical awakening of Socha, who gives up his yearning for opportunistic pecuniary gains, to emerge as a hero for the weak and the persecuted. Doing so did not happen to be easy for Socha as time and again he is required to get over the skepticism and doubts of those who were the closest to him. It goes without saying that the visual dichotomy between the world in the sewers and the life above them is handled immaculately in this
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225-236)“Never comfortable with his adopted English culture, Conrad used his experiences in different parts of the world during his career in the merchant navy to explore in his writing aspects of cultural dissonance and cultural isolation” This story is written by Conrad in the 19th century and revolves around the journey of a white man to African continent to engage in trade with another black trader in Congo.
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