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Gender In Horror Films Carrie Alien And Amityville
2,094 wordsThe representation of gender in horror films varies from director to director, writer to writer. However certain characteristics of gender representation do, at times follow a certain theme. Whilst studying the evolution of horror films it struck me that in some cases the film, while appearing to differ only ever so slightly from the novel upon which it was based, would create images onscreen that would imply things that the novel had never done. Through the tiny differences between novel and fi...
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Sense Of This Word Communist Ideology
1,519 wordsCommie Dearest: Communism and Momism in the Manchurian Candidate Introduction The Manchurian Candidate (1962) is a movie, which we can clearly define as psychological thriller. But at the same time, unlike most of the movies that belong to this genre, Manchurian Candidate promotes a certain philosophical worldview, which can hardly be considered as politically correct in our time. It shows the inner connection between two seemingly unrelated topics the ideology of Communism and the power of femi...
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Sexual Tension Political Correctness
1,096 wordsRhetorical Analysis Paper The rise of political correctness in late twentieth century has resulted in many men beginning to be ashamed of their sexuality, as such that is being sexist, in its very essence. We are being told that, apart from the fact that men wear pants and women wear skirts, there is no substantial difference between genders, in psychological context of this word. However, the objective reality often points out to something opposite. Apparently, physiological differences between...
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Book And Movie Movie And The Book
2,570 wordsScience Fiction in Print Versus Film The question to be answered within the scope of this research is which way is the best to present science fiction, in print or in the visual form. The Ice Storm by Rick Moody was in such a position that one could actually look at both the modern movie and the book version. The story is a realistic story about the Hoods and the Williams. Both of these families were affluent families that lived in New Canaan. The book centers around Wendy and the events that ta...
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Book And Movie Book And The Movie
2,668 wordsThere are many ways to tell a story. Back before there were books there as the actual storyteller who could speak out a story. There is also acting where people physically perform a story. Books are another storytelling device that is more permanent, the words are kept and they can be reviewed again and again. Now there are movies, which provide story telling with more an emphasis on visual effects. The question is which way is the best to present a certain type of story. The Ice Storm by Rick M...
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Sexual Tension Racial Tension
852 wordsSexual and Racial Tension in Larsen's Passing Clare Kendry and Irene Redfield are the two main characters in Nella Larsen's Passing. We do not learn about the both of them by seeing or hearing the story from a neutral point of view. Rather, we are subject to envision the entire novel from behind the eyes of only one of these characters, Irene. At first, forcing the reader to suspend themselves in only one of these two complex minds may seem like a biased action on the part of the author. However...
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Rapid Eye Movement 2000 From The World Wide
3,095 wordsDreams When we sleep we do much more than just rest our weary bones; we tap into our subconscious mind (Ullman and Zimmerman 1979). The subconscious has much to offer about oneself. The average human being spends one third of their life in sleep and during each sleep approximently two hours is spent dreaming (Ullman and Zimmerman 1979). These dreams are important because they are the voice of our subconscious. Dreams and theories on dreams go as far back as 2000 BC in Egypt. One of the first org...
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