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    Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious is one of his standout works, and many consider it to be his best film created. He manages to create a film that doesn't have any gunshots, fight scenes, dead bodies, over the top action sequences, but still manage to have you glued to the screen wondering what will happen next. The man many consider a master of thrill and suspense might have created a perfect love story, while also throwing in cultural significance of what was happening in the world in 1946.…

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    MERVE GÖVEÇ 01021106 ESSAY PSYCHOLOANALYTIC CRITICISM AND HAMLET Sigmund Freud was father of psychoanalytics. Psychoanalytic criticism is so important our life. Actually, we are un aware of psychoanalytic concepts, but it is a part of our everyday lives. The goal of Freudian theory was to reveal consciousness, repressed thoughts and feelings. There is reason and name of our behavior in the psychology. Our behavior can be explained by “ psychobabble ”.Psychoanalytic criticism is…

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    The movie, 12 Angry Men, directed by Sidney Lumet is truly a work of art. Lumet was clearly meticulous in his direction of 12 Angry Men by making sure to key in on specific points. This meticulous direction, by Lumet, is evident in the camera elements incorporated into the film. Lumet’s incorporation of the camera elements: camera work and costume and make-up greatly added to the overall effect of the movie. The most influential camera element that was used in the film was camera work. Lumet…

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    The Birds, which introduced Alfred Hitchcock who known as the master of suspense, as its director in 1963, is one of the oldest horror films in American history. In my paper, I will analyze the uses of narrative in the movie supported by the signs, images and metaphors. The film told about bird attacks to people who lived in Bodega Bay in California (“Alfred Hitchcock - The Birds 1963”, 2016). These attacks took place in a few days. The plot of the movie was well -organized, and it began…

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    Strangers on a Train is a film by Alfred Hitchcock which takes from his previous works and culminates them into his most suspenseful film yet. This essay will be analyzing that tennis match sequence which is packed with visual ques commenting on the narrative, hazing the line between protagonist and antagonist, and mix all of this up to create one of the most suspenseful scenes in the film. The first shot in the sequence is when Guy has just finished a set against his opposition and takes a…

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    Conceptualization I used the concepts of Alfred Adler 's Individual Psychology to conceptualize my client. I used Adlerian play therapists model as they believe the therapeutic powers of play, art, and interaction will facilitate the process of working with clients by creating a bond between the therapist and the client based on shared fun (Kottman, 2001). An Adlerian therapist bases therapeutic work on the belief that all people are socially embedded, goal-directed, and creative beings.…

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    I was born a solid 90’s baby, at Antelope Valley Hospital. At the time it was my mother and my father and my two older sisters. However, we didn’t stay there long, we moved to Sylmar, California. My parents worked in Santa Clarita, California and my grandmother had a house out there so I was registered to go to school in her neighborhood. This was the most beneficial route for my parents to maintain in their daily routine. Nonetheless there wasn’t regularly any fair trade between the two, so…

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    been devised by psychological theorists using their particular ideas, background, values, own personality and experiences in order to offer a theoretical perspective to explain personality (Ryckman, 2013). Two personality theorists will be analysed; Alfred Adler’s individual psychology and Hans Eysenck’s Trait Theory. Their core concepts regarding behaviour and personality will be examined in relation…

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    By claiming Tim Burton as an auteur would be suggesting the director would be the primary creative force within the process of making a feature film. Which starts to reveal the essence of the creative process and who in fact is the primary role within creating the film, or if that role even exists. “Two very different challenges have been offered to the exclusive emphasis on the auteur : first, that other facets of film language and method are more responsible for a film’s ultimate success than…

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    Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense as we have learned over the course of this semester. Three main things that we’ve in his movies were; he would use mounting tension, as seen in rope; he would use the grand reveal as seen in vertigo; and he would balance his suspense with humor as seen mostly in north by northwest. These three things could all be considered suspenseful, especially around the fifties and sixties. The first style of suspense, mounting tension was shown in rope. One…

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