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    Lambs, is a very unique film in so many different aspects such great acting, music, costumes, background, plot, historical content, and more. The film was based of the book series, which the film director Jonathan Demme brought the book itself to new heights when the film was created. Proof that the film was great was all its achievements such as the film cast won best actress, director, picture, actor, and adapted screenplay all in the same day at the Academy Awards; also won more awards later that year. This film is mainly focused on the detective name Clarice Starling played by actress Jodie Foster, who is on the hunt for a psycho serial killer; she is helped by another serial killer by the name Dr. Hannibal Lector played by actor Anthony Hopkins.…

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    The Lambs Movie Symbolism

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    Clarice Starling, an agent of the FBI is with the help of another killer trying to save a woman from a psychopath. Throughout the movie, she undergoes series of transformational changes that eventually makes her develop the skills necessary to arrest and capture the killer. The paper explores some of the concepts of symbolism and metaphoric figurative techniques in the film. In the literal interpretation of Anthony Hopkins movie (1991), the Lambs are considered as beautiful, innocent, and…

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    squirrel. In response, Bloom’s Nora uses two fingers to stroke her nose and makes a small, high pitched noise. Despite remaining seated for the duration of their conversation, Anthony Hopkins manages to exude unwavering leadership in his performance of Torvald Helmer. He instructs Nora, even speaking with her like he is her teacher or parent. At points in the conversation, Hopkins gestures with his hands in front of Bloom’s face in order to focus Nora’s attention to a specific place, usually…

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    the screams of the captive girl--and then adds the dog's frenzied barking, which psychologically works at a deeper level than everything else. Then it adds those green goggles so he can see her in the dark. Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins won Oscars for best actress and actor (the movie also won for best picture, for Demme's direction and Ted Talley's screenplay, and was nominated for editing and sound). It is remarkable that the Academy would remember, let alone single out, a film released 13…

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    For instance, a judge could have a reasonable verdict in mind however reading through the levels could benefit or be of a disadvantage. One may also argue that these levels of evil could corrupt the mind of those evil. A person could reflect upon a convicted murderer and think that because their crime ranked them level seven they’d receive a verdict close or around what that murderer received. Not bashing Dr. Stone’s intelligence or knowledge however someone could be ignorant to the overall uses…

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    Power In Titus Andronicus

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    “Titus Andronicus”, The Theme of Power And Its Significance “Titus Andronicus” is strewn with various subjects ranging from treachery to revenge and all emotions mixed in between. But there is a specific theme of power materialization in several forms. There are three types of power themes that are prevalent in “Titus Andronicus”. These themes are female, male and parental power, which are all significant and commanding each in its own way. These power displays are neither blatant nor subtle,…

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    “I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti” -Thomas Harris, The Silence of the Lambs This is one of the most iconic quotes spoken by Hannibal Lecter. Lecter is a fictional character best known for his cannibalistic and psychopathic tendencies paired with his extreme charm and persuasiveness. While Lecter is the most infamous fictional psychopath, he is not the only one. In Shakespeare’s Othello, Iago, the psychopath, devises a plan to promote himself to general. He does this by…

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    Stephen Hopkins was born Scituate March 7, 1707 and died in Providence, Rhode Island July 13, 1785 after retiring from serving the Continental Congress. He was born and orphaned to his uncle at an early age, and came from a family prominently involved in politics such as his grandfather who served a prominent role in the politics of Providence, and his cousin, Benedict Arnold, who became the first governor of Rhode Island (Austin, p. 324.). Stephen was apparently self educated and had had a long…

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    When one hears the name Harry Hopkins what usually comes to mind is an unsung American hero. Hopkins is well known in American history for his positive contributions in American society such as lending a hand to those in need such as the poor or unemployed, helping architect the New Deal, and creating the Works Progress Administration, also known as the WPA. Some of the characteristics that would describe Hopkins perfectly would be ambitious, caring, trustworthy, and hardworking. Even with what…

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    One Wes Moore Analysis

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    decision both individuals made had either a positive or negative impact on their life, according to which Wes Moore was described. Both men left legacies behind, specifically Baltimore that everyone will remember. Although both Wes Moores grew up around the same time and place and shared the same name, their lives turned out drastically different due to their education, or lack of education, the absence of a father-figure in their lives, and their living conditions at home. The first reason…

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