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  • Godard Opening Scene Analysis

    police, I get the feeling that she only wants to get away from Michel and the police can achieve that. After Michel was shot, her facial expression shown me that she was really in love with Michel. However, all she left with is regret. 4. Godard showed that filming was possible for anyone. The director used a different way to cuts and different camera angles. He ignores the use of traditional professional equipment and using new ways to move the camera. He inspired young people and encouraged them to make their own films, even at a small budget. I think this is the most effective impact that come through to now. Breathless is a very good sample for who are interesting in the film, or even encourage some people who may not professional in the film but they just want to share their feeling and idea of a certain moment. Since Godard had a small budget while producing breathless, he uses a handheld camera and wheelchair to replace the professional equipment; ending up the pictures that are remarkable, matched the plot and tone of the movie perfectly, and successfully lasted half a century. 5.The dialog in the middle of the film are consistent with the ending, and it left a deep impression to me. The last scene makes me feel surprise and sad. I believe the last scene got quite amount of noise at the moment. Furthermore, the fashion style of Patricia in the film is very similar to the now fashion trend. The black and white horizontal stripe top with a black skirt is…

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  • Analysis Of The Film Breathless

    filmmaking. Jean-Luc Godard was within the Cahier division. In collaboration with Francois Truffaut, Godard’s highly acknowledged film Breathless became a poster film for the French New Wave and experienced critical and financial success that enabled the movement to flourish. “New Wave filming techniques depended on more than shooting quickly on location,…

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  • Breathless Character Analysis

    In the book Breathless by Jessica Warman there is a very happy Family of four. Katie Kitrell, her older brother Will, and their mom and dad. They were poor the first but after their dad finished school and became a psychologist they made more money and moved into a beautiful house. Katie and Will came up with a nickname for their dad “The Ghost” because he is always working and never spends time or pays attention to them, so it’s as if he isn’t there. Katie and Will were very close, they were…

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  • Breathless Case Study: French New Wave

    Week 11 French New Wave Breathless 90 mins, 1960, French Directed By: Jean-Luc Godard Written By: Jean-Luc Godard Synopsis: Paying homage to the numerous crime thrillers of Hollywood’s Golden era, this film charts the relationship between Michel, a stylish but unpredictable criminal, and his estranged American girlfriend. Again, the notion of escapism through the cinema is key to this most famous of the new wave pictures. Essential Readings: Hart Cohen, Juan Francisco Salazar and Iqbal Barkat.…

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  • Narrative Poem 'The Race'

    In the narrative poem “The Race” by Sharon Olds, she describes a woman’s journey at an airport as she tries to see her dying father. The author begins the story with an anxious and breathless tone, and then suddenly changes to a more calm and relieved tone. Her utilization of tone shifts, foreshadowing, repetition, and imagery, greatly conveys her hectic journey. Olds begins the poem with an anxious tone as she discovers that her flight was canceled and shifts over to a breathless tone as she…

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  • Film Noir In Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction

    I. Introduction Darkness is an empty word. At least it is until it has context and meaning thrust upon it. Film noir is a name given to a series of films which originated in the United States around the 1940s. These films often followed a formula involving darkness, mysterious and troubled characters, nihilistic undertones, and a confound unfolding of the passage of time. Breathless, directed by Jean Luc Godard, was somewhat of a French-made parody of these American films, for instance, the…

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  • French New Wave Film Analysis

    The French New Wave, also known as La Nouvelle Vague in its home country, France, came to be during the 1950s and 1960s. It was created by a group of French filmmakers who proved that they don’t need mainstream cinema to create and produce successful films. Even if the New Wave wasn’t really a conscious movement it left a legacy with films like À bout de soufflé/Breathless (written and directed by Jean-Luc Goddard). French New Wave rejected the idea of a traditional story in films – they didn’t…

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  • French New Wave Analysis

    even Hollywood actors, through countless references in style, mise-en-scene or even dialogue. Roy Armes notes this constant intertextuality, and how it was in essence, a way for these educated artists to make sense of life, and to trade, through the code of careful references, their opinions and film preferences (French Cinema 175-6). In Breathless, through “the homage to Bogart, the posters of The Harder They Fall , the quotation from The Enforcer when Poiccard knocks out the customer in the…

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  • Analysis Of Wong Kar-Wai's Chung King Express

    Kar-Wai plays with the lose structure instead of having one story he has two. To keep these two stories relevant, he has almost the same theme of Love through both stories with officer 223 being still in love with his ex-girlfriend and growing feelings for the woman in the blood wig. Also, officer 633’s flight attended girlfriend leaving him and him falling in love with the Faye. Each time the stories intersect the viewer is given a better view what and where each story was taking place. Wong…

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  • Advanced Nurse Patient Assessment Essay

    fainting or loss of consciousness it is important and acceptable to gain information from a witness (Cox, 2010). Mrs Jones was included in the history taking as she witnessed the event . She noted that Mr Jones had dizzy spells , shortness of breath on exertion and palpitations years ago . His GP identified a heart murmur and referred him to a cardiologist in his local hospital, blood tests, electrocardiography (ECG) and echocardiography (ECHO) , followed by a hospital admission for an…

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