Life in the Box of Chocolate Essay

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It is a difficult task to choose a movie from a gigantic cinematographic industry but it is much more difficult to accomplish a detailed analyze of it. It is difficult to select because not only there are many good movies but also they vary in different genres and subjects. The degree of difficulty starts to increase in the view of fact of performing a professional detailed analyzes. It looks like, the movie “Forrest Gump” is produced specifically to make the solving of this puzzle easier. The viewer through the movie’s suspense could cry, laugh out loudly and find pieces of his or her life in it even though it is a fictional artistic creation. The protagonist of the movie “Forrest Gump” not only participates actively in historical …show more content…
The production of a film is also teamwork and the credits belong to all of whom give contributes even though are represented by the film director. The movie “Forest Gump” is produced in the 1994 under the direction of Robert Zemeckis and is performed by a cast of the excellent actors such as Tom Hanks, Robin Wright and Gary Sinisa. The film is an American fiction comedy–drama based on a novel written by Winston Groom in 1986. Eric Roth wrote the script and it is worthy to mention that the film has the substantial differentiation to the novel, which it is based on. Paramount Pictures Corporation is the film production and distribution company of this film. The film has garnered numerous awards and nominations.
As it is mentioned above, the floating feather triggers the movie and it employs as an element metaphoric that symbolizes the life of a person compared to the force of nature and society and is known as the influential force of circumstances or destiny. Tom Hanks in the role of Forrest Gump sits in a bench, and as he is waiting to take the bus, through a flashback unfolds all his previous life by telling everybody who shows interest to hear. This moment is crucial in the movie because not only is a retrospective point but from this moment he jumps backwards and forwards in diegetic time through flashbacks or flash-forward. His story begins with the childhood braces, which he wore around his legs. At his

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