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Movie Analysis: Steven Soderberghs Psychos and Truffauts A Certain Tendency in French Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
8 pages (2008 words) , Movie Review
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In the novel, there is bringing out of the study of the magic of fiction. The analysis is also made on the elements and celebration of lasting power. In the novel, one of the outstanding and prominent is the look into the machinery of storytelling and asking fundamental questions. The analysis helps in understanding other literature.
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Analysis of Disney True Life-Adventures: Vanishing Prairie and Winged Migrations Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Vanishing Prairie seems to have some subjective and artistic expressions in which there are a thorough narration and explanation of the relationship between the images, objects, and patterns. This gives room for a subjective rendition of events. Hence, this makes Vanishing Prairie more poetic in outlook than factual.
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Crash Drama Film Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
6 pages (1689 words) , Movie Review
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Crash promotes racial awareness but just like any other race dialog, it requires close inspection. The Crash film is different in that upon watching any other film one gets stuck on the intensity of the usage of materials. The reality in the movies is very complicated to describe. Although not in a realistic way, the crash film shows reality.
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Korean Films: Chihwaseon, The Host, and Lee Chang-dongs Secret Sunshine Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The analogies are established as the film persistently shifts registers as it assumes aspects of a thriller, comedy, and melodrama. Accordingly, Lee complicates the film’s perception of religion as Jong-chan joins the church to be close to Shin-ae and ultimately derives his own satisfaction from the practices of Christians.
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Films of Mira Nair: The Monsoon Wedding Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Monsoon Wedding takes the viewer through the traditions of a Punjabi wedding while at the same time demystifying the stereotype that arranged marriages are not necessarily cold and without love. As one sits through the 114 minutes of this movie, we are brought into the traditions and culture of the Indians. 
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Film Analysis: Dead Ringers Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The above analysis of the Dead Ringers film sufficiently demonstrates the prevalent themes as intended by the writer and director. While exploring these themes, we also get an insight into the often intricate relationship between twins. The film leaves us to only guess if the twins were romantically involved as it is not expressly stated.
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Film Analysis: The Prestige Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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If a misunderstanding between two parties is not correctly resolved, it can contribute to one of the parties eliminating the other for him to be seen as the winner. This has been evidenced in the film of The Prestige. The rivalry has involved Borden and Angie climbing to greater levels to outdo the other. 
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Analysis of Black Swan Film Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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“Black Swan” is a great masterpiece that contains mystery, thriller, hero transformation, emotions – happiness and disappointment, grief, and fear. All the tools, music, actors, narrative dynamics, editing – are perfectly combine to reach a higher goal – to depict the personal development and integration through professional development.
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Black Swan Movie Analysis Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Later on, the film would be released in different locations as limited and nationwide in the USA. It was based on the story by Andres Heinz that was started by Natalie Portman acting as Nina and Mila Kunis playing as Lily. The movie almost depicts the same production theme as the previous Swan Lake and the double of Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
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Violence in the Movies Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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We have seen violence in cinema create all types of reactions from people; tough criticism, assassination attempts, and claims of demonic possession. There is something else that these films have in common besides the violence though. They are of course all GREAT films. All of these filmmakers set out to make a film that for the most part tells the truth, whether it be about war, street life, or demonic possession for that matter. 
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Pleasures of Science Fiction Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Fans can take the ‘completely furnished world’ of Firefly and reinvent it wholly or partially for their continuing entertainment and ‘pleasure.’ They can ‘break, dislocate’ and ‘unhinge’ it and then return to it as a familiar location and methodically constructed zone of archetypes and ‘family’.
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Arts Council of Great Britain Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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From the break-up emerged the arts council of England which took up the responsibility of being the distribution center for the National Lottery. Shortly after a few years, the Arts Council of England was further merged with the regional arts board to form a single organization for the development and control of arts and culture in England. 
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Design Movements of the 20th Century Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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However, black and white contrasts were also employed, in this art form, with telling effect.  The veritable virtuoso in this type of art is Vasarely, who was born in Hungary. Its popularity was so great, in the 1970s that it made a bold foray into the world of fashion design. Nevertheless, its glory was short-lived and unlike Pop Art, Op Art did not attain the status of a popular mass movement.
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A Critical Appraisal of a Permanent Exhibition in London Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The Manitoba Museum οf Man and Nature will co-operate with the Manitoba Archives to ensure cross-referencing between the museum and archival collections and participation in joint activities such as public presentations, exhibitions, and training programs. The museum will also be working with Lower Fort Garry in its exhibition refurbishment program, and with the aboriginal community.
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Stereotypes Dominating the Movies Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and The Searchers Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Stereotypes are prevalent in society because they have been allowed to continue, for a variety of reasons, and films like this can continue this effect if they are believed to be true. Therefore, filmmakers must find a way in which to avoid these stereotypes and present films in a manner that reflects the values or society or they risk herding society into the direction of these stereotypes.
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Portraying Sex on the Television Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Therefore we can say that although many people feel offended by these programs, not many are willing to have them banned from the TV. However due to the effects that they are having on the children and young people, there is a need to put some restrictions on the program to ensure that they are not accessed all the time by children. Here the option of regulation the time when these programs are aired comes strongly with majority support.
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American Independent Cinema Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange is The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s rival for the title of the best cult movie of all time. That is the consensus of so many movie aficionados.  That it is a cult movie is moot and academics it is a futuristic, campy and controversial movie that deals with violence in a Dystopian society.
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The Movie Passion of Christ Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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In contrast to the gospel of John, the book narrates the beginning of the word that” became flesh and dwelt among us” ( John 1:14) who is actually Jesus. While the movie begins with the scene of Jesus praying at the garden, the gospel’s first scene is John being questioned by the Levites as “Who are you?” ( v. 19).  This leads to the succeeding events in Chapter 1 that show how John prepared for Jesus so that his disciples may know him.
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The Stolen Kiss by Fragonard Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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During his lifetime, Fragonard painted at least two paintings that he titled “The Stolen Kiss”, both of which were painted within the same general period but each featuring vastly different images. The painting to be discussed here is presumed to have been the later of the two, based upon his subject matter and biographical data.
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Film Adaptation Issues Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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There are numerous reasons why adaptation is such a favorite among film studios. First is that they are so popular and familiar that the materials immediately assure commercial success. Secondly, the body of literature has many creative and wonderfully interesting features that offer tremendous opportunities in filmmaking.
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Scenario Project for Detective Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Thus, “communication is the process of creating meaning between two or more people through the expression and interpretation of messages,” Cleary (2008:1). There are certain problems like barriers to communication in this scenario where the detective will need to get all the information from various witnesses with different cultural backgrounds.
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The Site of Art Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The site of their work is an important element in conveying the sublime elements of their meaning through the physical content of their forms.  Otterness creates a play area for children at the same time that he makes a strong statement to financially-conscious adults about the true nature of their pursuit of money. Similarly, Holzer surprises the public spaces in which she exhibits simply as she works in an area dominated by advertising.
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Carl Beam's Major Painting Themes Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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This essay centers on the different kinds of media used by Carl in his paintings. Moreover, paper focuses on the native Indian paintings that Beam created in order to elaborate on his connection to his culture and origin. Furthermore, it writes about some of his paintings that describe the way in which the European culture dominated the native Indian one. Also, his portrayal of the human condition today is a part of the essay.
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Style and Influences of the Filmmaker David Lynch Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The influences that most affected David Lynch resides deep within the cinematic history of Hollywood. Lynch used the beautifully crafted tales about little town America in order to frame his work. Then he peeled back the surface to reveal the dark twisted truths that could be found within their boundaries.
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The Different Ideas of Picasso and Matisse Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The painters were known to be essential as a precursor to their movements along with several artisans in their society. Picasso has the movement “Cubism”, while Matisse has the movement “Fauvism and Modernism”. The two were known to be friends. During an occasion, “Picasso met Matisse” while Picasso was in his latter Rose Period. 
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YMCA Baseball Team - South Korean Comedy Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The aim of baseball is - ‘scoring runs’, by hitting a ball, thrown by the opponent team’s pitcher, with a bat and touching a series of bases; four in number, that are arranged at the corners of a large field/pitch. Each of the players of the batting team, take turns hitting at the ball, while the pitcher’s teammates try to stop them. 
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Literary Anthology Visual Arts & Film Studies Literature review
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A theorist and feminist writer; Gloria Anzaldúa’s works were of vital significance for the last two decades. Her work should be noted that it is now anthologized systematically in different compositions that reach different audiences on an annual basis.
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Performance Art Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Each artist’s personal and professional history will first be presented, followed by a description of their significant work or performance art.  Their more significant work/s shall then further be described or discussed in relation to significant incidents in their lives.    
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Napoleon Dynamite: Studying Culture and Stereotypes Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Several instances in the films have dealt with the manner of how each notion has been represented and paved way for a certain stereotype as constructed by the characters. In the film Napoleon Dynamite, certain stereotypes are evident, which individually constructed and socially determined.
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In What Ways Do the Films Planet of the Apes and 12 Monkeys Speculate on the Subject of Animal Ethics Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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During the shot, the director cannot tell the animals to act in a certain way. The animals are provoked so that they would behave in a certain way. Sometimes they are terrified. At that time it is not their acting but the real terror they feel during the shot. If there is a shot of falling of animals, it is not manipulated fall.
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Nuances of Cinematography in The Illusionist Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Tying in with the level of suspense and mystery that the music was able to provide within the film, final element which will be analyzed within this brief essay is with regards to the cinematography, camera angles, and shots which are used throughout the film as a way to confound the viewer and provide yet another layer of mystery to the plotline.
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Cross-Cultural Female Identities in Joy Luck Club Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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Hollywood has a continued tendency to only feature idealized images of thin, young, blonde, and mostly obedient to someone images of the female and is mostly blamed for unhealthy attitudes, but scientific theories have indicated that the process of shaping female identity, like any other concept of belonging or 'right' social thought, is a reciprocal process (Yglesias, 2005).
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Analysis of the Movies Troy and 300 Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The film Troy belongs to the genre or the category of epic movies. In its beginning, it depicts a situation in Greece 3500 years ago. The movie 300 is also of the epic genre which revolves around king Leonidas and his 300 Spartan warriors. There are many similarities and differences portrayed in these two movies (Paul, 2013 p83).
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The Bicycle Thief by Vittorio De Sica Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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The opening of the film reflects the theme of Italian neorealism on economic hardships and empathetic view on the new democratic spirit of the common people. The film starts with the long shot of the bus with a group of young and old men coming out of it and the background of large residential buildings. The setting shows surroundings that are dry and hot in natural daylight. 
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Gone With the Wind Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review
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However, most people who dare to go against these norms for what they believe in achieve more than society expects. One character in history who dared to do what others were afraid was Scarlett O’Hara.
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History of Chinese Documentary and Contemporary Television Visual Arts & Film Studies Literature review
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They investigate the possible reasons that might be behind the booming market for Chinese documentary. The literature review contains comprehensive studies that renowned scholars and authors have done concerning the Chinese documentary. Studies reviewed emphasize primary factors contributing to the advancement of Chinese culture and its global acceptance.
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Sound and Aurality as Social, Technological and Aesthetic Practice Visual Arts & Film Studies Literature review
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The 20th century saw integration of sound arts and visual arts by using the modern technology tools which resulted to drastic changes. Advanced technology enhances the sense of hearing. Manipulation of sound through techniques such as sound compression, reduction, reproduction, sound openness, and fluidity enhance combining of the visual and written art.
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Social Work Perspectives as Applied to the Movie John Q Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The “John Q” movie exhibits the different elements of social work perspectives through the actions of the protagonist. For instance, John Quincy has a medical cover, but the hospital has denied his son a chance to have a heart transplant. He triggers a reactionary move from Quincy in a bid to influence a transplant through various means, such as selling his assets and holding people hostage.
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How the Introduction of Film Influenced the Development of 20th Century Tap Dance Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The introduction of film into modern society had a tremendous impact on the way we live our lives, gather information, view others, and entertain ourselves. More than something that plays out specifically within the darkened theater, this phenomenon has expanded far beyond the boundaries of the movie house to incorporate several aspects of life.
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Postmodern in Action Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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ost-modernism is more practical and worldly accurate because it takes into account the ideas of modernism also. They claim that it’s important that one is not just stylish but one should also care about their actions. Globalization and other things have altered the world and there are new portals of communication and periods. They consider post-modernism to be sophisticated and advanced in comparison with modernism.
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Character of Werther in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Whatever you want to call it - volatility or thuggery, passion or belligerence, courage or obstinacy - Wright has it. Wright's baby is named Nevada; he met her mother, Ruby O'Rourke, during the making οf his latest film, an antipodean Macbeth influenced by Melbourne's gangland wars. O'Rourke sings the witches' chant "Double, double toil and trouble''. 
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Films from Different Decades Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Both films were led by major stars, Dustin Hoffman, who’s debut in The Graduate, catapulted him to instant stardom, and Clint Eastwood, who was already famous but had yet to establish himself as a “cult hero”, something that the film Dirty Harry, and the subsequent films that followed along that mystique, did for him. 
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Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge poster by Lissitzky Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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A reflective analysis of L. Lissitzky’s Bolshevik propaganda poster Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge, exploring the materials, techniques and processes used by the artist, its iconography, symbolism, meaning, and historical and cultural context, helps one recognize that the poster is significant for its military, political and artistic overtones.
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Modern Urban and Industrial Life Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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While interpretations of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) and Metropolis (1927) vary, it’s clear that much of the German anxiety towards the encroaching industrial climate can be read into the films. The expressionist settings also are constructed in a way that illustrates the tremendous psychological anxieties the Germans faced after World War I and their search for direction in a war-torn country.
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The Window into Jane Eyres Soul Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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The choice and timing of scenes are intended to demonstrate how successfully the author of Jane Eyre is able to achieve the atmosphere of suspense through a focus on the sensory perceptions of the protagonist. There are some scenes that are shown through a montage; these are the less important ones in so far as the impact on the viewer is concerned
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Ringu and the Ring Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Although the two films are tracking one storyline, Ringu was regarded more as a supernatural-biological film while The Ring was more of psychological-horror. Specified genre already claimed differences between these two films. In order to give justifiable judgment and comparative execution of the two films, the common summary is necessary for better understanding. 
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The Script of 'Out of the Storm and into the Light' Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Kathleen shuts off the vacuum cleaner, retrieves bacon from skillet, gets plates, spoons, forks, and knives, and distributes them on the table. She runs up the stairs and knocks on the doors to her brothers’ rooms. As she rounds the corner, she suddenly barrels into her father.
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Malcolm X Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Malcolm’s rhetoric had a quality that disturbed many white Americans. “Malcolm X was seen as unifying or divisive, extreme or realistic, an agitator or simply passionate” (Novak: 25-26). The film Malcolm X is closely based on his biography, directed by Spike Lee. The main role is played by Denzel Washington, and the screenplay is written by James Baldwin.
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Conspiracy Theory Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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This is unusual for contemporary conspiracy hypotheses whose focus lies in domestic or internal threats to safety and political life. The fear of ‘attacks’ from an external actus or a rogue nation, in the conspiracy theories of fifty years ago, may have been influenced by the political atmosphere prevalent at that time.
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A Distinctive Look at Unionism and Strike Action Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay
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Even though not specifically radical in its political representations, Blue Collar is extraordinary in the American film tradition in the sense that it puts emphasis on the experiences of the workers, particularly in the real place of work. Moreover, it shows that workers are usually oppressed and abused by powerful elements in a social order that does not value their inputs to it.
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