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  • M & M Ujala Case Study

    Any person, or a group of people, directly or indirectly affected by the happenings in the company or a decision made by the company, is a stakeholder of that particular company. However, not all stakeholders are equal. For example, the decision of M/s Ujala’s company would affect it’s customer differently and creditors differently. The main responsibility of M/s Ujala is to give the interests of it’s stakeholder at utmost priority. Management must incorporate the corporate social…

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  • Witness And The Opening Scenes Of Witness By Peter Weir

    Their car goes up the hill looking down towards the house and then reverses back where the camera cannot see it. The lighting is set very dark and cloudy, set early in the morning. The road is in terrible shape with bumps everywhere looking dirty. This emphasises the theme of corruption. The dirty road and the dark sky in a way represent the big city, where there is a lack of innocence and purity. The long camera shot of the corrupt police men walking towards the house resembles the way bad…

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  • The Power Of One Theme

    contains the resolution that the director is attempting to portray – that a greater sense of understanding and tolerance is needed in order for both races to live in harmony: “Nanny’s son, Tonderai was my best friend. From the time we were born we did everything together – Games, shores…

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  • Babel Film Analysis: The Interpretation Of Babel

    To begin with, I will say that this is my interpretation of the movie Babel. Throughout this analysis I will try to uncover some of the plotlines and the subordinate plots presented in this movie. Simplified; we will look into the deeper meanings of the film and the message it tries to convey to its audience. Babel is a film with a meaning that comes of both complex and simple. For the viewer it is seen as a complex tale where one tries to puzzle together to different pieces along the way. We…

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

    Chung King Express has been celebrated for its innovative use of popular cinematic formulas. This is because of Hong Kong new wave film movement. This movement derived from the French new wave is to rebel against conventions. It is to experiment with new equipment and styles, making a social and political statement at the same time. Wong Kar-Wai tries to make a statement about Hong Kong at the time as Hong Kong was being handed back to Peoples republic of China. Wong Kar-Wai experiments with…

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  • Benito Mussolini Neorealism Essay

    THE PLACE OF ANTONIONI IN NEO-REALISM ITALIAN CINEMA Introduction The Italian neorealism is a film movement characterized by stories set amongst the poor and working class, filmed on location, frequently using nonprofessional actors for secondary and sometimes primary roles which lasted from about 1943 to 1952. According to Piepergerdes (2007) assert that the “emerging out of the ashes of Fascism, Italian Neorealist films were inexorably tied to the social, political, and economic…

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  • The Similarities Between Casablanca And The Maltese Falcon

    Casablanca is considered to be one of the greatest films of all time, and it’s not hard to see why. Coming at a time when the world needed it most, the film brings comedy and romance to a dark situation. It is often considered a noir film because if this darkness, but it’s lightheartedness, along with other elements, keeps it from falling into the gloomy genre. Released only a year apart, Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon share multiple commonalities, which fuels the debate over whether or not…

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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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  • Park Kwang-Hyun Symbolism

    What first appears to be a film about war and the separation between the two Koreas is, in actuality, a heartfelt comedy that touches on the innocence and good that exists in all people. Park Kwang-hyun uses not only technical camera movements and graphics to explain these themes, but he also incorporates symbolism and thoughtful timing in dialogue, presentation, and delivery. Park Kwang-hyun has a cinematic style all his own. Although Hayao Miyazaki inspired his film, there are clear…

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  • Coraline Movie Analysis

    A movie adaptation is the transformation of a work or story in whole or part into a feed movie. The graphic novel Coraline is an adventure story written by Neil Gaiman and was later adapted into a movie directed by Henry Selick. Even though most movies are made from the basis of the original novel, the remodeling of the novel Coraline was paradoxical in how they used the “Hero’s Cycle” to convey a different meanings to the target audience. The mentors in the Coraline graphic novel was…

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