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    "Hope never dies" A crime film is a feature of cinematic expression that connects its audience through a means of a life that is contradictory to their own. This means that one would enjoy crime films because it gives them a way to bypass their everyday stresses by living a life of crime through the portrayed character. Crime films carry a pattern that is unmistakable within the realm if movie genres. This analysis will cover the topic of crime films and will discuss this by putting the Frank Darabont 's ' film "The shawshank redemption"(1994) onto a metaphorical chopping block to see how it fits into the genre of a crime film and more specifically the sub-genre of the prison film. Prison films almost follow a general pattern that is:…

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    Shenandoah's Redemption

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    Redemption is a widespread concept that each person will evidently need to grasp at some point in their life. With war, many men and women feel this requirement of forgiveness or salvation due to the traumatic events that occur. This idea is investigated throughout both the written and visual industries continuously. One novel containing redemption, is the eye-opening story of World War I, Johnny Got His Gun, by Dalton Trumbo. The captivating plot tracks a young soldier, Joe, who is an…

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    The Shawshank Redemption

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    The Shawshank Redemption, widely considered one of the greatest movies of all time, is a film released in 1994 that was based on a short novella written by Stephen King in 1982. The screenplay, written and directed by Frank Darabont, is a period piece, set in the 1940’s, based on a friendship between two cons serving life sentences for murder, in Shawshank State Penitentiary. Andy Dufresne, played by actor Tim Robbins, is a banker who has been convicted of killing his unfaithful wife and her…

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    The Shawshank Redemption

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    The Shawshank redemption was released on September 23, 1994, it was directed by Frank Darabont. The Shawshank Redemption won several Academy Awards, such as best picture, best Actor in a leading role. It’s worth the time because of the story line, time frame, setting, and casting. Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), a banker that was wrongly convicted for killing his wife and her lover. The story is set in 1949, and told through Ellis “Red” Redding (Morgan Freeman) we see through his point of view. He…

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    As Brendan Fraser once stated, “I guess darkness serves as a purpose: to show us that there is redemption through chaos. I believe in that,” there is the present concept of redemption. Redemption, without a doubt, is denoted as the restorative or revengeful state of being at the end of a linear sequence. There can be no redemption without conflict, just as there is no night without day. In Elie Wiesel’s Night, he incorporates redemption in a darker stance and tone. Rather, redemption in his work…

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    The film The Shawshank Redemption by Frank Darabont tells the viewers about a banker, Andy Dufresne, who is convicted of killing his wife and her secret lover and begins his life sentence in the Shawshank Prison. Andy Dufresne soon becomes an inspiration and encouragement to the other prisoners with his invulnerable approach and respect from the guards due to his role to launder money for the Warden. The Shawshank Redemption revealed to me about hope. The inmates live surrounded around hope,…

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    There are a number of conflicts Frank Darabont used to show institutionalisation in the film Shawshank Redemption. This is shown in physical, verbal, internal conflict between the prisoners, guards and the warden. Conflict can be found in the form of physical violence. At Shawshank prison physical violence was not only common between the inmates but the guards were also violent toward the prisoners. The first few years Andy was at Shawshank Red’s voice over stated he would, “every so often, turn…

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    The Shawshank Redemption is my favorite film of all time and I can almost watch the whole film just by closing my eyes. The film is about a man named Andy Dufesne who is sent to prison on belief that he had killed his wife and the man she was cheating on him with. He is only a banker who claims to be innocent to the crime and is found guilty and sentenced to life in prison at the Shawshank State Penitentiary. While he is at Shawshank he remains to believe that he himself is innocent while the…

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    about a movie named “The Shawshank Redemption”. The movie is told about the story of Andy Dufresne, a banker who is sent to Shawshank State Penitentiary because of the murder of his murder of his wife. Andy claims that he was innocent. I find that the movie is similar to the situation that I have facing in the question. In the movie, Andy is forced by Samuel Norton who is the warden of the prison to launder the dirty money that Norton get from the “Valuable Community Service” program. Therefore,…

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    Shawshank Redemption, directed by Frank Darabont, revolves the setting in Shawshank prison and explores the daily life of prisoners. Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbin) and Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding (Morgan Freeman) are two main prisoners that have a strong friendship. They works together, hopefully, to redeem their freedom. These two important characters, including Brooks Diamond (James Whitmore) contribute a huge illustration that connects to the major theme of the film. The director utilizes the work…

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