Essay Film Review : ' Crocodile Dundee ' Directed By Peter Faiman
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The movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’ directed by Peter Faiman is a 1986 Australian comedy film, which relates to an Australian bushman from ‘The Outback’ called Mick Dundee. In the film, the protagonist Mike is an Australian crocodile hunter, who lives in a small hamlet called the Walkabout Creek in Northern Territory, Australia. Mick, who runs a safari business with his friend Walter Reilly, was interviewed by an American journalist called Sue, who has come to Australia to meet him after surviving a crocodile attack. After spending a few days and saving Sue from a giant salt-water crocodile attack, Mike is sponsored by the newspaper ‘Newsday’ to visit the New York City. This is Mike’s first trip to anywhere outside his area. During his visit, he has to cope with many of the challenges that are unheard and, therefore, finds the culture and life in New York very different to back his home. In the movie, the director has used various character development techniques in order to convey the audience vital information about characters such as their background and language etc. The intention of this film analysis paper is to discuss the basic facts of the movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’, furthermore, to consider the influence of characters within the movie on rest of the world.
The movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’ directed by Peter Faiman and produced by John Cornwell, is an Australian comedy film, which was released on the 30th of April 1986 in Australia and on the 26th of September…