American Involvement in World War 2 Essay
Casablanca promotes American involvement in world war 2 and is considered propaganda. To the time Casablanca was …show more content…
Every party wants to persuade other parties to switch to their side. For example a German officer asks the captain: “Which side are you on?”. Another example is when they are in Rick’s Café and Yvonne is talking and making jokes with the German soldiers, Rick states: “Yvonne is going over to the enemy.” In that scene we can see Rick’s development to form his opinion about the war.
Rick’s relationships show America’s allies and enemies. He makes friends with the French captain Louis and they help each other out. At the very end of the movie Rick says to Louis: “I think it’s the beginning of a beautiful friendship.” That the French are depicted well in the movie makes Americans want to join them. It foreshadows that France is going to be one of America’s allies.
As time goes on it gets more and more obvious for the viewer, who the allies and enemies are.
Laszlo is a symbol of resistance to the