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  • Silence Of The Lambs - 1,292 words
    The Silence of the Lambs is a critically acclaimed movie based on the book Silence of the Lambs written by Thomas Harris. The Silence of the Lambs is an Orion Pictures Corporation film which was copyrighted in 1990 and was a Strong Heart/Demme production. The Silence of the Lambs was directed by Jonathan Demme. The sound was by Howard Shore. Cinematography by Tony Jannelli, and special effects by Dwight Benjamin-Creel. This film was edited by Lisa Bromwell. The Silence of the Lambs takes place in 1990 in three states, first in Virginia, then in Baltimore, and lastly in Tennessee. The main characters are Dr. Hannibal Lecter, played by Anthony Hopkins, who is a psychopath psychiatrist with gre ...
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  • Silence Of The Lambs - 1,308 words
    ... put in the ambulance. Once in the ambulance he murdered the drivers and escaped nowhere to be found. Even though Clarisse was off the case she didn't give up. Hannibal said, "We covet what we see everyday." Clarisse and her friend figured out the first person that Buffalo Bill killed was someone he knew. She went to that house and found out that the dead girl knew a lady that sewed professionally, and she went to that house. At the same time the FBI was at another house where they thought Buffalo Bill was. They broke into the house and found Buffalo Bill nowhere. Clarisse went to the house that the girl told her to go to. It was Buffalo Bill's house. He answered the door and she came in ...
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  • Analysis Of Cinematography In Silence Of The Lambs - 1,396 words
    Jonathan Demme, the director of Silence of the Lambs, and Tak Fujimoto, the cinematographer, do an excellent job in portraying almost every aspect of cinematography to make this movie suspenseful and gripping. Various motifs of camera angle, shot duration, movement, point-of-view shots, on-screen and off-screen space, and framing allow the viewer to better feel the intensity and reality of the scenes. In addition to motifs, there were certain scenes in the film that portrayed Demmes directing and Fujimotos cinematography skills. There are many different camera angles throughout the movie. They are used to illustrate the height of a character, provide more on-screen and off-screen space, and ...
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  • Fbi Agent - 466 words
    In all respect I've always had a fascination with becoming an F.B.I. agent. As my interest grow during my educational progression, I'm learning how my personal attributes with help me in my given field. First of is the size of my physical build, which I believe will help me with any possible altercation I my encounter. My positive attitude toward life will also be helpful. I also have a good decision making skills, with out letting let and kind of prejudice entering my mind. The reason I am so positive about this is I've had such a variety of friends. I've had friends of different races, ethnic background, and religious beliefs. I've also have a vary strong emotional barrier due to all the t ...
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  • Serial Killers - 1,952 words
    In 1984, International Association of Forensic Sciences, FBI Special Agent Robert K Ressler and several of his colleagues produced a paper listing the following 'general characteristics" of serial sex murderers: They tend to be intelligent and have IQ's in the 'bright normal' range. In spite of their high IQ's, they do poorly in school, have a hard time holding down jobs, and often work as unskilled laborers. They tend to come from markedly unstable families. Typically, they are abandoned as children by their fathers and raised by domineering mothers. Their families often have past criminal, psychiatric, and alcoholic histories. They hate their fathers. They hate their mothers. They ar ...
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  • Fbi - 469 words
    In all respect I've always had a fascination with becoming an F.B.I. agent. As my interest grow during my educational progression, I'm learning how my personal attributes with help me in my given field. First of is the size of my physical build, which I believe will help me with any possible altercation I my encounter. My positive attitude toward life will also be helpful. I also have a good decision making skills, with out letting let and kind of prejudice entering my mind. The reason I am so positive about this is I've had such a variety of friends. I've had friends of different races, ethnic background, and religious beliefs. I've also have a vary strong emotional barrier due to all the t ...
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  • Sexism In Motion Pictures - 583 words
    In the scheme of major motion pictures today there's an attempt to portray women as strong people, yet in every role there are instances of docility so that the male characters have often had the upper hand. In more modern times, the downfall of women has always been men, as opposed to biblical and Greco-Roman stories where the opposite was true. Women are always made out to be these weak beings that are either controlled by their emotions or use their sexuality to get what they want or need. Men, on the other hand, have used their intelligence to get them out of sticky situations. In the movie "Norma Rae," the title character played by Sally Field, a woman led a strike at the plant she work ...
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  • Hannibal - 685 words
    North American moviegoers were hungry for Hannibal the Cannibal at the weekend. "Hannibal," a thriller starring Sir Anthony Hopkins in a long-awaited follow-up to the 1991 hit "The Silence of the Lambs," grossed a record-breaking $58 million in its first three days of release in the United States and Canada, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. If the numbers hold when final data are issued on Monday, "Hannibal" will replace 2000's "Mission: Impossible II" ($57.9 million) as the third-highest bow in movie history, after 1997's "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" ($72 million) and 1999's "Star Wars: Episode One -- The Phantom Menace" ($64.8 million). It also set new records for a non-s ...
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  • Unabomber - 1,523 words
    ... t social scientists (e.g. James Q Wilson) has [sic] stressed the importance of 'socializing' people more effectively." 'The Unabomber does not like socialization, technology, leftist political causes or conservative attitudes. Apart from his call for an (unspecified) revolution, his paper resembles something a very good graduate student might have written based on his own reading rather than the course assignments. If it is the work of a madman, the writings of many political philosophers--Jean Jacques Rosseau, Tom Paine, Karl Marx--are scarcely more sane.' (Wilson, 1996) Kaczynski's writings did provide a predictor for the potential of violence, but does not provide a predictor as being ...
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  • An Inside Look At S&m - 1,095 words
    Roy F. Baumeister explores the taboo lifestyles of sadomasochism. The main theme and purpose of the piece is to find out who are masochists, and what do they put themselves through in the name of pleasure. 'Across the country, from sophisticated cities to subdued suburbs, men and women are acting out fantasies of sexual domination and submission.' (Psychology Today 47) I believe that Baumeister describes a very accurate portrait of who one specific group of masochists is and what they do for pleasure, however, I feel that he fails to recognize the younger generation of masochists. I also feel that on the issue symbolic of sex change, Baumeister does not elaborate enough. Baumeister's finding ...
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  • A Study Of Psychopathic Behavior - 1,263 words
    It is a popular belief that psychopaths are considered to be individuals that are as brilliantly charming as they are morally insane. However, the tendency to refer to the psychopathic behavior as morally insane is a misconception. Regardless of scientific discoveries , psychopathy is a disease which results in a physiological deficiency. The brain of psychopaths fails to generate a proper wave activity. Waves emitted are generally slower in individuals suffering from psychopathic behavior. This fundamental ineptitude is responsible for a lower degree of arousal when these persons face a threatening situation. Their lack of anxiety and consequent careless behavior in any situation is commonl ...
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  • Violence In Film And Music - 659 words
    Since film was introduced in 1923 as a means of entertainment, violence has played an increasing role as a way of enthralling the masses. However, it is only in recent films such as The Gangs of New York (2003) and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) which have displayed gratuitous amounts of violence, the latter highlighting a real disparity with its certificate. Films such as The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Seven (1995), Copycat (1995) and American Psycho (2000) may be read, in part as a cinematic response to the contemporary groundswell of fear and anxiety about victimization and public safety that has been particularly significant since the 1980s. Ekman, in his findings with hi ...
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