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Jordan Belfort is a genius who can invent new products and therefore sustain investment. While he does this successfully, his self-drive is greed and personal gain as he continues to grow his earnings and savings from the industry.
The director of the film, Martin Scorsese portrays professionalism in his creation of the work as he adopts a screenplay written by Terence Winter. The success of the film just as any other arises from the avid portrayal of the society. The director of the film strives to achieve this through effective representation of the facts in the film and construction of the plot. Films communicate through various features including characters, costumes and setting among many others. The developers of the film select such features carefully thereby enhancing the success of the film. The film stars renowned stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie among many others. Such are established celebrities who do not only enjoy fame but also exhibit professionalism in acting. They therefore enhance the theme in the film thereby enhancing the success of the plot. The same is the case with the developers’ selection of the setting for the film and costumes for the characters all of which complement the theme in the film.in fact; some of the nominations were on such pertinent features as picture quality, costume design and characterization among many others.
Just as any other man, Jordan Belfort has an interesting story. He begins his career at a stock brokerage firm in Wall Street. He learns through a shrewd businessperson, Mark Hanna who introduces him to drugs among other vices in the industry. Despite such, Belfort maintains his education and interest on the job until he becomes a certified stockbroker. Unfortunately for him, on the day he becomes a stockbroker the market crushed thus rendering him and many others jobless. Meanwhile he is a dedicated and loving family man who strives to provide for his wife. The
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This movie is an example of elegantly intrigued photographed study of the twisted Italian characters of the 1930's.The film makes a provocative connection between psychosexual dysfunction and fascist politics. ‘The Conformist' details the story of a weak-willed Italian man, Marcello Clerici who has suffered childhood sexual trauma at the hand of a homosexual and has a dysfunctional middle class family background.
The story examines the representation of gender in the society, showing the extent to which such representation bolsters a patriarchal ideology (Blessing and Tudico 110). Brandon seeks a relationship with a young woman, and this leads to her being beaten, raped, and subsequently murdered by her male friends after the friends realized that Brandon was anatomically female.
During the First World War, countable self-owned companies in Moscow and Petersburg were functioning. The companies focused more on domestic films of which was quite well during that time. Most movies by the mid 1910 were melodramas and thus concentrated on magnificent performances by both actors and actresses who were playing personas in great emotional situations.
It came about as a result of women studies by scholars which led to a new trend among women’s rights activists. This new trend was based on studying and analysing societal issues regarding a wide range of factors from a feminist point of view. When it came to film, the analysis encompassed the functional role that women played in films and the impact it had on society.
mise en scene of two films belonging to different time and encompassing different themes in order to bring out the various applications of film technology.
The Ninth Gate (1999) produced and directed by Roman Polanski and starring Johnny Depp, Lena Olin, Frank Langella and
As films are seen effective based on their impact, this explains how visual images transmitted to spectators’ consciousness remain in their imagination deep down in their sub-consciousness, unconsciously affecting them (Ratnam 2009: 64).
hat controlled movie production for two decades spanning 1920-40, and the second that comprised the dismantling of the studio system in the postwar period, to give rise to the control of the film industry by a new breed of talent brokers (Schatz, n.d.).
Through the Music
Strinati (2004, p.207), defines postmodernism in art as “anything which can be turned into a joke, reference or quotation in its ecletic play of styles, simulations, and surfaces”. Post-modernist films