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Example of film analysis using mise-en-scene
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The opening scenes of The Godfather Part Three, (Coppola, l99l), we see the family compound in ruins on a grey wintry day. The lighting is dark and depressing and depicts the nature of what has passed and what might be to come
Examine the tension between life ‘in the city’ and life ‘in nature’ as depicted in ingmar bergman’s film summer with monika.
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Set in 1950s Sweden, ‘Summer with Monika’ is a film which, through various technological and plot related methods brings up the contemporary issue of conflict between urban living and a more traditional life style. Bergman employs multiple cinematic techniques as well as paralleling the urban versus rural tension through the artificial and strained relationship of the two protagonists and ‘lover’; Monika and Harry
Year lo gcse english media studies essay daniel edwards -saving private ryan
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On the 6th of June l945, hundreds of American troops stormed Omaha beach in northern France in an effort to Re-Invade France, which was currently occupied by Nazi forces. As the troops ascended the beach they were brutally slaughtered by nazi forces in a concrete machine gun placement
Discuss the significance of genre in one of the literary works we have read and in the corresponding film adaptation – the government inspector.
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Nikolay Vasilyevich Gogol is widely regarded as one of the best Russian writers in history, and his influence can be seen within the works of several other   great Russian writers such as Dostoyevsky, Chekhov and Petrov1. His play ‘The Government  Inspector’ caused a furore following its first  performance  in 1836,  forcing Gogol to take up voluntary exile for the following twelve years2
Discuss the film narrative in the city of god
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Fernado Meirelles’ City of God (Cidade de Deus 2002) tells the story of the growth of the drug trade in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. As Macelo Melo (2004) states that it appeared to be the on that finally succeeds in putting into practice  the  ‘retaking  project’ – a film that directly communicates to the average audience, has full  command of contemporary editing and photographic techniques,  and  social conscience
Cyborg - technological transformation of our bodies
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Media and technology have presented our humanly bodies in ways that alter our views and awareness toward our physical appearance. Due to these representations on the media and technological advancement, nowadays many people have developed a specific perception of what human body is or is not attractive
Cultural analysis paper- an out of this world experience
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In 2OO7, over spring break, I was blessed enough to travel across the world to China on a music tour with my high school band. When we first got off our l4 our plane flight everyone  could tell right away that this experience was going to be vastly different than anyone could have ever imagined
Theuniversity of adelaide politics, power and popular culture
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Major Essay ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness’ (The Declaration of Independence, 1776).Critically analyse the Representation of the American Dream in American Beauty and Rocky
Critical discourse analysis
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Social communication is increasingly becoming a subject of scientists ’ discussions from different disciplines, as well as ordinary language users. In contemporary social sciences, especially in linguistics, we see a clear shift to discourse
Conflicts exist between different ideas and theories of realism. describe and explain these conflicts.
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‘Realism’ permeates the very deepest level of philosophical thought. From the wildest cosmogonical fantasies to the ways in which people deal with every conscious moment, ‘realism’ is impossible to ignore