Essay about Analysis Of Tim Burton 's ' The Great Gatsby '

736 Words Nov 24th, 2015 3 Pages
A Divergent in the Midst No one person’s personality is identical to another’s personality. To many people, embracing their indifferences may seem difficult. Through the art of film-making, Tim Burton makes his creative yet unique stories into movies. Burton’s charisma is portrayed through his movies, such as Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland. The main characters in the movies have the appearance and aspects of an outcast; therefore, they stand out in their society. Tim Burton uses misfit characters to show that people should embrace their unique attributes. Non-diegetic music is used to create the effect of innocence on the characters who do not fit into their society. In the scene where Edward is spotted carving an ice sculpture of an angel, the intended effect is that people will realize that Edward is a typical person, even though he may not look like one. When the peaceful music plays in the background, Edward seems innocent, and his way of finding himself is through carving sculptures. The musical tune creates a light-hearted effect on the audience as they realize that Edward is not as atrocious as he may seem. Edward’s carved sculpture of the angel allows the audience to see that he is not a frightening person and has a gentle side to his charm. This scene provides the viewers with a further insight into Edward’s emotions as he tries to find his true personality. The non-diegetic music is intended to make the audience feel joyful and delighted towards…

Related Documents