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  • Films Point Of View
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    Universal Studios presents the 1960 film "Psycho" by Alfred Hitchcock, adapted from the Robert Bloch novel by Joseph Stephano, and scored by Bernard Hermann. The film stars Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Janet Leigh, and a very creepy house. This film falling under the horror genre was based loosely on the novel of the same name which drew inspiration from real life serial killer Ed Gein, who has been the motivation for two other popular movies, "The Silence of the Lambs" and "The Texas Chainsaw M...
  • Leading Female And Male Characters
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    " You cannot talk about genre without talking about gender". Initially, this would appear to be a simplistic statement. On closer analysis, however, one fact becomes evident. It is the representation of gender which informs the genre of the text. Ismay Barwell, in her essay ' Feminist perspectives and narrative points of view's tates that " Every text is gendered since every act of narration... involves a process of selection... and the nature of that selection implies certain values" (p. 99). S...
  • Hunter's Films Previous To The Piano
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    In the spring of 1993, a film was released to the world that would end up changing the way many people perceived and appreciated films, especially those made internationally. It would be delivered from New Zealand's most famous female filmmaker. Jane Campion, the director whom was previously known for her films, Peel-an Exercise in Discipline, and Sweetie, would achieve even higher acclaim for her masterpiece to date, The Piano. The Piano portrays the story of a mute, unwed Irish woman in late 1...
  • Film Evokes Sympathy For The Algerians
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    I thought it would be relatively easy to write about the film's efforts to make the audience sympathetic for the Algerian people. To aid my efforts, I opted to go online to learn a little more about Algiers' attempts to free themselves from France. As I was browsing around, I found several references to the film, which not only aided my argument, but also strongly opposed the singular feeling of compassion towards the Algerians. The article also suggested that the film presents cause for sympath...
  • My Point Of View And My Opinion
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    The title of my article might sound action-full like a James Bond movie name - but in reality if we think about the whole world as a one piece we can realize that the world is connected by one thing: Media. Theory wise - I would define multimedia to be a communication link between people around the globe. Today there is an enormous amount of ways people can comunictae through - TV, Radio, Internet, News Papers, Phone Lines, Mobiles etc - you name it. It is a movement that totally changed the hum...
  • Film A Strong Anti Police Message
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    La Haine is a youth film made in 1995 and is set in the Banlieue, the French equivalent of a British council estate and the centre for crime, gun culture, drugs and extreme poverty. The film centres on 3 youth members of the Banlieue: Vinz, Hubert and Sayid, and looks at their problems from their perspective and their reactions to these problems. This indeed gives the film a strong anti-police message. But I do not believe this to be the central point of the film. I will explore the main point a...

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