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The Film Ordinary People & Carl Rogers
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A 5 page research paper/essay that discusses the film Ordinary People, directed by Robert Redford for Paramount in 1980, which presents a dysfunctional family that is traumatized by guilt and grief. Conrad Jarrett is an adolescent who tries to commit suicide following the death of his brother, Buck, in a boating accident. Conrad cannot overcome his intense feeling of guilt for having survived the accident that killed his brother. Conrad is eventually able to heal due to the intervention of a therapist, Dr. Berger, the context of the movie suggests that Dr. Berger’s intervention can be viewed as adhering to the therapeutic and theoretical perspective of Carl Rogers. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khorcrog.rtf

THE GRADUATE: FILM STYLE VERSUS FILM NARRATIVE
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This 8 page paper discusses the use of camera technique, especially that of wide to narrow angles and focused to unfocused shots. Two scenes from The Graduate analyzed for style and narrative effect. Motif, theme in regard to camera use discussed and exampled. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBgraduate.rtf

'Amadeus'/ The Movie
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A 6 page discussion of the film "Amadeus" -- highlighting based upon research-- which facts the writer found to be inconsistent regarding Mozart's life and Salieri. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Also can be categorized under 'Music.'
Filename: Amadeus.wps

'American Beauty': Embodies Modern Dysfunctional Culture
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7 pages in length. Today's family structure bears little reflection upon its former counterparts of decades ago. No longer are family values placed before personal desires, inasmuch as contemporary families are often splintered due to each member's quest to achieve for him or herself. Striving for one's individual aspirations over and above the health of the family as a whole is what Sam Mendes' American Beauty clearly depicts, as it strives to portray man's unquenchable need to fulfill his own wants and needs, ultimately shaping modern dysfunctional culture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCAmBea.rtf


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