Cinema of Germany

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  • Run Lola Run Analysis

    Discussion Questions for “Run, Lola, Run” 1. Why do you think Tom Tykwer’s film was so extraordinarily popular, not only in Germany but throughout the world? I think the film was popular because it was a fusion of the fast-paced nature of American films with the artistic elements of German film. That makes it appreciable to several markets, worldwide. 2. The film tells the same story three times. Which elements are exactly the same each time? Which elements change? Are there any elements which occur only in one or two of the three scenarios? Lola starts in the apartment each time, with the same scene of her mom on the phone. She always encounters a man with a dog, a woman pushing her child in a stroller, a group of nuns, a man on a stolen…

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  • Run Lola Run Themes

    It is evident that time is a very abstract concept in the sense that so many things can go so many different ways. There are numerous scenarios where we as humans could have done something better or worse. Or perhaps we were saved by ten seconds from a fatal car crash. In a very captivating German film, Run Lola Run, film director Tom Tykwer explores this topic of time with a great visual aesthetic. In this film, Lola, the main character, receives a phone call from her boyfriend Manni who has…

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  • Buen Dia Ramo Movie Analysis

    arriving there and living on the streets and nobody understands what you are saying. The movie Buen Dia Ramon takes place in Mexico and Germany as it follows the journey of young illegal Mexican immigrant Ramon. The film was directed by Jorge Ramírez-Suárez and was released in 2013. Some awards that this international film won are Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. In the movie, Ramon has tried to cross the American border 5 times, and has failed at every attempt. One of his…

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  • Ichi The Killer Movie

    How do the Westerners perceive the Asian culture? How does an audience viewing a movie made in their own country see the film? And how does cult cinema make an impact in the history of film, bringing in vastly different cultures together to appreciate art. Those are the questions I'll be answering. In this essay let’s talk about the cultural differences and consumption of the movie; Ichi the Killer, directed by Takashi Miike, originally a manga made by Hideo Yamamoto. I will be talking about the…

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  • Racism In Film

    Yuechen Yang Yiman Wang Film 120 03/17/2018 Section H Closes up in Racism in the Cinema of 1915: The Cheat and The Birth of a Nation The year 1915 was a notable year in cinema. Not only there were motion pictures importances mentioned through directors; the formation of the Motion Pictures Directors Association; but also some of the iconic and celebrated films were created in this period. Undoubtedly, two classical films were Cecil B. DeMille’s The Cheat and D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a…

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  • Maria Full Of Grace Analysis

    The films ‘STRAWBERRY AND CHOCOLATE’, MARIA FULL OF GRACE’, and THE YEAR MY PARENTS WENT ON VACATION’ shows the audience, political view, family affection and more. The films were featured in countries such as, Cuba, Colombia and Brazil. This is beneficial because it gave the audience who has little to no knowledge about these countries an understanding of their social or political views. In ‘Strawberry and Chocolate’, one can see that Cuba is not accepting of the gay population and in such…

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  • Bollywood Influence

    an average of 1,288 to 1,500 feature films every year compared to films produced by Hollywood which are only a fraction. Although Hindi cinema is just a segment of India’s annual film production, it remains as the most popular and influential with an estimated 3.6 billion tickets sold worldwide, compared to Hollywood’s sale of 2.6 billion tickets each year. In fact, Hindi movies are the mainstay of entertainment and almost a religion in the nation. This is largely due to the South Asian…

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  • Analysis Of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

    Bollywood takes a new significance in everyone’s life. It reflects various themes through the public elements for Indian diaspora. The Bollywood diaspora often represents a substantial market for films whose characters are a definition of Indian identity galvanized by globalization. In this paper, the movie ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ is analyzed to show how diaspora has been represented through its lens. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) (1995) a Yash Raj production, is an iconic and a very…

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  • Film Tourism Case Study

    choice of a destination, besides marketing means and their previous experiences. To address the problem I will be conducting a qualitative research method such FGD, interview and survey. Results pointed that movies motivate passive tourist after watching any destinations or activities. It is suggested that placing destinations as a product into the movies helps destinations to create a positive image, to be placed as differentiated through the competitors and create an interest for a…

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  • Air Khan Transformation Analysis

    Aamir Khan Transformation Title: Aamir Khan Talks About Body Transformation Bollywood Celebrities fitness tips: We all are the fans of Bollywood, one of the largest film industry in the world. The achievements of Bollywood in the entertainment industry are very high and still Indian film industry continues entertaining its million of audiences in all over the world. However, This is not an easy task for actors and actresses to work in a movie, this needs a lot of hard work and dedication to…

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