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  • Leons Communication Skills
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    The Professional Sometimes non-verbal communication is the most precious and understanding way of communicating with other people. There are so many different ways of telling a person whats on your mind and what your needs are as a personality figure. In The Professional Matilda was a very intelligent girl with excessive amounts of charisma to offer anyone who needed it. On the other hand there was the hitman who lacked life in his personality but had so much love deep inside of him to spill. Th...
  • Leone's Development Of A Different Western Formula
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    Leone's Spaghetti The "spaghetti" western, Sergio Leone's conscious departure from what had come to be known as the "classic" western formula, became a modification of the conventions of the traditional genre. In the film For A Few Dollars More (Per quelque dollars in pi'u, 1965), Leone's formula is developed through a reformed narrative structure, slight changes in the traditional characters, his unique style, and the simple use of language, which revolutionized the western. The American "class...
  • Rodolphe In Contrast To Leon
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    In Gustave Flauberts Madame Bovary, the characters Leon Dupuis and Rodolphe Boulanger share similar attributes as well as contrasting ones. The similarity and contrasting characteristics of their personalities are illustrated through their actions, words, as well as by the remarks made by the other characters in the novel concerning them. Leon and Rodolphe are both admired by their peers, and they are both lovers of Madame Bovary, however, the resemblance ends there. Leons personality is the exa...
  • Leon And Mathilda
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    LEON - REVIEW Set in modern day New York, Leon (Jean Reno) is a professional hit man who carries out contracts for Italian boss Tony (Danny Aiello) who in turn acts as a father-figure and manipulator. Leon is truly exceptional at his job with an ability to move without sound, kill without emotion and disappear without trace. Despite earning $5,000 per head he abides to one rule "no women, no children". Leon seems to derive little from his work, spending his spare time training and looking after ...
  • Archie And Brother Leon
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    THE CHOCOLATE WAR By Robert Cormier Jerry Renault is a freshman at Trinity, a Catholic boy' High school... He has a poster in his locker that says, "Do I dare disturb my universe" Jerry dares, rather he defies Archie, the leader of the Vigils. The Vigils is like a fraternity that controls life at Trinity far more than the teachers do. Jerry dares by refusing to sell chocolates during the annual school fundraiser. He also defies Brother Leon, the acting headmaster, and he defies anyone who won't ...
  • Leon
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    Chris Carey 8/28/02 6th period Doing Much of Nothing With No One in Particular The night was dark and modestly stormy. I was on a holiday from school and was visiting my fathers' humble abode. While I was relaxing in front of the television watching one of my favorites called Shasta Mc Nasty, there was a strange uncomfortable sensation building up in the pit of my stomach. I was on the brink of starving, the feeling of panic started to set in. There was half a pint of milk in the fridge and a bo...

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