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    Clarice Starling Disorder

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    This paper analyze the cause of the main character’s disorder. In the novel, three characters are all eager to change themselves. They have many similarities. Their childhood were full of sorrow. The social and their family did not give them proper care. They wanted to complete the salvation of them. But they chose the different way to change themselves. In any case, they can't face the reality. Clarice Starling had finished her change and get out of the shadow. She had find her ego. Buffalo Bill became the slave of his Id. Perhaps he want to change himself but failed in the end. Hannibal always lived in the two extremes. He was struggle between the Id an the super-ego. In the beginning of the same name film, Clarice is running from distance…

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    The point of view shot occurs multiple times throughout the film; one instance where this occurs is Clarice Starling’s point of view is used when she enters a new area, which depicts her being in unfamiliar territory and creates an uneasy feeling. Another type of shot used is the close-up, which shows the character’s emotions. One excellent example of the use of close-ups is when Starling is going to see Hannibal Lecter for the first time and she is shown a picture of a nurse he attacked. In…

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    But “Silence of the Lambs” is not merely a thrill show. It is also about two of the most memorable characters in movie history, Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter, and their strange, strained relationship (“people will say we're in love,” Lecter cackles). They share so much. Both are ostracized by the worlds they want to inhabit--Lecter, by the human race because he is a serial killer and a cannibal, and Clarice, by the law enforcement profession because she is a woman. Both feel…

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    Silence Of Lambs

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    The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme, 1991) is a story of a young agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) crack the Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine) case to cure her childhood trauma and calm down the lamb in her soul. In order to solve the criminal case, she meets Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in the cell and want to find some useful clues. At the end of the film, Buffalo Bill was killed by Clarice, and the hostage is out of danger, but Hannibal escaped and is following his next target……

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    The novel "The Silence of the Lambs" will have you on the edge of your seat the entire way through. It includes a strong female lead, by the name of Clarice Starling. Clarice is brave, determined, and hard working. She works in a male dominated job, therefore she faces unjust treatment. However, she proves herself to her coworkers when she is assigned to gather information about a serial killer on the loose. She is told to ask a cannibalistic serial killer named Dr. Hannibal Lecter questions and…

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    abominable man known as Buffalo Bill, chooses his victims. But one thing is clear, all his victims, women, are found dead with their skin peeled off their bodies. Clarice Starling, who is just a behavioral science trainee now has to track down this awful man, but not without having to ask for the help of the renowned Doctor Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter who ate nine of his physcology patients before being arrested . Both versions of The Silence of Lambs contain the moral that to succeed you…

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    women, are found dead with their skin peeled of their bodies. Clarice Starling, who is just a behavioral science trainee now has to track down this awful man, but not without having to ask for the help of the renowned Doctor Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter who ate nine of his physcology patients before being arrested . The filmic version of The Silence of The Lambs and book version have the same plot line, but they have major differences in the audience's view on the main characters, the…

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    was formerly a physiatrist it explains his skill to read people. Dr. Lecter using his psychological ways to get into a person’s head which allow him to use their thoughts or feelings against them. If a person were to spend a week alone with Dr. Lecter (chained up and unable to attack of course) he would ruin their mental state. For instance, when Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) visited Dr. Lecter for the first time he knew what perfume she was wearing as well as memories from her past dealing…

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    not to cross or to cross. They are put up for protection or as a challenge. The movie The Silence of the Lambs explores the first of these two reasons. The movie features Agent Clarice Starling, an FBI agent in training who is given a difficult case that will either make or break her future reputation, Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a psychologist that has become a psychopathic and cannibalistic serial killer, and Buffalo Bill, a man that is convinced that he is a transexual woman and becomes a serial…

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    Hannibal Psychopath

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    Summary Clarice Starling is a student with hopes of becoming an FBI agent. She is picked by Jack Crawford of the Behavior Sciences Unit of the FBI to give a VICAP questionnaire to the notorious Dr. Hannibal Lecter who was once a renowned psychiatrist, and is now housed in a maximum-security mental institution for his cannibalistic style murders. The FBI have been trying to catch a serial killer who is kidnapping young girls and skinning them nicknamed Buffalo Bill, they hope that speaking to…

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