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    Finch, the guy behind Fight Club, Gone Girl, Se7en, and my personal favorite, Zodiac (so underrated it should be criminal). So why would Fincher make a good director for, 1996? His artistic style would blend really well with the dark realness of the script in terms of lighting and camera movements. Let me elaborate, his tendency for lower-key lighting would mesh well with the grittiness of the 1990s as well as the overall vibe of impending ruin. His use of extended fluid tracking shots would be…

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    First 68 Meals Analysis

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    years later. Both Valentino and Suzy cheat on each other, jeopardizing their marriage. The script appears to explore the questions: can love triumph over age and is love timeless? There are strengths and weaknesses to the presentation. One of the main concerns is the true story type and tone. The first act sets up the story to feel like a romantic comedy. Suzy is somewhat of…

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    After a series of well- written scripts, it is the film that will test the star power of Kangana. Katti Batti could have been an important film. Designed to exploit Kangana Ranaut’s rebellious image, it is a film which examines the perks of a live-in relationship. It is also a film which tries to put a girl in control of the relationship. In a role reversal of sorts, she wants the relationship to be a time pass when the boy is looking for eternal love. When he talks of values, the lissom lass…

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    I want the lighting to make the set gloomy and keeping the set dark. Because the mood is sad I feel the lighting with do that and in the script it tells you when lights are used but other than that it lets you choose how you want to use light and I use a lot of the natural light from the window which is mentioned on the second page on the line describing the…

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    1.Should we be concerned about children’s exposure to media stereotypes? According to cognitive developmental and gender schema theories, children are actively seeking the meaning of being a boy or a girl. The lessons they learn from the media get attached to their own gender schemas and to their sense of self. According to social learning theory, the more often children see models of gendered behavior, the more likely they are to imitate it and store it up for later use. (Crawford 2012 pg.…

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    He says that the first time an actor reads a script will affect how the actor proceeds with his work, in that, the actor is always attached by the effect of the first impression (Stanislavsky 3). I agree with his statement because I have experienced this in my acting. In the process of practicing the…

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    at the end of the term, but whose percentage is just 40% of the final mark. From now on, I am going to comment on how the evaluation process is developed in the school, how its formative dimension has a great importance for students and I will also talk about all the evaluation procedures I have followed/seen as well as the evaluation tools I have used. As I have said in the first paragraph, my tutor uses two types of evaluation: the formative one (assessment) and the summative one. In…

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    feel. They however, were rather different in age, because the Script started in 2001, which is a 41 year difference! So, as you can see, both texts have some similarities and also some rather weird…

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    and the audience roots for him. There’s a strong sense of foreboding when one knows he’s in danger. Gaffi is considered a worthy foe. He’s sleazy and a cold-blooded killer. It’s just not believable that he poses as the FBI agent. He also doesn’t talk like an FBI agent when he says, “dead body” and “dead men.” Lauren, unfortunately, never comes to life. The scene with the student, as mentioned, feels a bit contrived, just to give her more to do. One possible solution is to also make her a cop…

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    misremembered. For the purposes of this essay, however, let’s assume that the arm/leg discrepancy was included with a deeper intent. Doug saw things occurring differently, which goes against determinism in this story. In including Judy’s choice to go “off script,” it is shown that free will has some part to play, maybe miniscule, but it can affect the turn of events. Compatibilism seems relevant to the situation, but in varying degrees. The idea of determinism and free will going hand in hand…

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