Film Analysis: The Princess And The Frog
In the movie it shows an abundance of people traveling to New Orleans by a ferry in order to be able to experience Mardi Gras in New Orleans (The Princess and the Frog, 1:07:23). It also shows a parade going on with big floats decorated in different themes. There are lots of people attending this parade in the movie. Ever since the beginning of Louisiana, Mardi Gras was important to the people. Iberville and Bienville celebrated Mardi Gras on their way to Louisiana when Louisiana was still being explored (Notes, January 22, 2018). Mardi Gras and tourism impacted New Orleans in a huge was.
The movie, The Princess and the Frog, can teach what happened in New Orleans during the 1920s. Although the movie is not a hundred percent accurate, it shows many main points. Food was an important role in New Orleans during the 1920s and continues to be. Jazz is also another important part of New Orleans that was also important during the 1920s. The movie showed how African American and whites were looked at and thought of during this time. It also showed how important Mardi Gras was to these people and how much tourism it attracted. The movie shows a great amount of what happened in New Orleans during the