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The plot of this book revolves around the life and experiences of Darlene Deibler Rose, the wife of an American missionary, in Dutch New Guinea during the World War II. Thus the story has all the requisite ingredients that go into the making of an engrossing TV drama, be it the situations marked by raw violence and senseless intolerance, moments of intense emotional turmoil and amorphous internal conflicts, an innate possibility for action that gives ample scope for bringing in intermittent physicality to keep the screen alive and moving, a parallel and ongoing emotional and spiritual growth of the main character and an inspiring message. This TV drama will certainly succeed in evoking the feelings of pity and fear of the audience, thereby making way for a scope for catharsis, which the contemporary viewers desperately need. The unfolding of the plot amidst the scenes of a Japanese invasion and a lush and green tropical landscape do imbue the story with an exotic appeal and uniqueness.
Darlene Deibler Rose stands to be a unique character that is bound to attract the attention and interest of a large audience. Her actions and dialogues in the drama will definitely present a set of unique emotional, intellectual and moral qualities that will facilitate a sense of stability and timelessness in this ever changing world. In today’s fast paced and digitalized world, there exists a basic human need for stability and anchorage. Thus the viewers will conclusively respond in an embracing manner to the exceptionally assuring aspirations, nature and temperament of Darlene revealed in an environment marred by a more then bearable physical and mental torture and abuse.
Amidst the heart rending and pathetically flat vengeance and hatred projected by the Japanese soldiers, Darlene will certainly stand out as a well rounded character that continually evolves from the beginning to the end amidst a scenario of crisis and confinement. Hence the quintessential message of the story is that of hope, faith and persistence, which will unexceptionally transcend all the barriers of gender, race, status, age, ethnicity and nationality. This is what is exactly required in any successful TV drama, an inherent ability to extend the scope of the plot to the essential human element in the viewers, which is ubiquitous and outdoes all the superficial differences. Therefore the proposed adaptation is laden with an immense human and commercial scope and is expected to accrue the loyalty and patronage of a broad based and variegated viewership.
The project smacks of a strong commercial viability. The basic criteria that any well received TV drama, as any other well sold product, needs to qualify is that it must recognize a dire need existing amongst the audience and must satisfy that need. The contemporary audience yearn for an emotional experience that they can relate to and identify with at some level. At the same time, they want that experience to be far placed in time and space, so as to facilitate the required intellectual distance to reflect on the
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The story revolves around a legendary jewel encrusted statuette of a falcon that is constantly changing hands as a private detective follows it around. A number of parties are involved in the chase for the falcon for different reasons. Throughout the movie, it is interesting to notice that these pursuers use any possible means to lay their hands on the statuette including violence, deceit, betrayal and seduction.
As such, it is the hope of this author that such a level of understanding and evaluation will help the reader to come to a greater appreciation of how comedy can be used as a vehicle of societal and self-introspection to the same degree that many other genres of entertainment have been utilized for thousands of years.
It was a seventeen episode series aired on Mondays and Tuesdays on the KBS TV at 21:55. This was also the first Korean drama written by Hong Mi-ran and Hong Jung-eun. It has remained the highest rated drama in the filmography with a viewership peak of 33 percent.
A very typical example of this is Hamlet, which has both a play version and a movie version. The work was however originally written as a play by William Shakespeare. In 2000, Michael Almereyda made a film version of the play, the two of which has their similarities and differences.
Premiered on HBO on July 18, 2004, this American comedy-drama has already completed its sixth season and the popularity of the show has been tremendous all these years. "The show chronicles the rise of a hot young movie star named Vincent Chase and his childhood friends from Queens as they navigate the unfamiliar terrain of Hollywood.
It is rather ironic to witness the changes, instead of learning from the serial most people just laugh to scorn and this is the only reason why it is really very ironic. The show is extremely different and entertaining and there are no ways about this but the zillion dollar question is whether we should just have fun watching it or we should imbibe something useful from it The answer is much awaited and we have to wait and watch what happens.
As the play proceeds, Anna’s original concept of playing out the original scenes of the interview in the background dominates (Smith 13). The room in the building is large and spacious. The walls’ aesthetic is such that they seem to be
In the following paragraphs, I will be discussing my evaluation according to the aforementioned criteria on the movie entitled “Back to the Future” starring Michael Fox, Lea Thompson and Crispin Glover.
The quality of the plot
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