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"Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Sunset Boulevard": The Portrayal of Women
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A 6 page review of these classic movies. Outlines the plot and points our both commonalties and contrasts between the lead female characters in each. Concludes that while each is desperately trying to control their own societal circumstance, it is really that circumstance which is controlling them. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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"Bring It On": How The Film Shapes World Views In Terms Of Gender, Race, Class And Sexuality
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7 pages in length. Peyton Reed's 2000 production of Bring It On, a film that humorously portrays issues of teenage sex, is a primary example of how contemporary film shapes social views in terms of gender, race, class and sexuality. The manner by which this movie tends to instruct people how to perceive themselves relates to the influence that popular culture has over the general public. The image of power, gender and class roles in popular culture reflects significant patriarchal control, with the manipulation of the female gender a pertinent component of its objective. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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"Carnival!"
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This 4 page paper discusses the play "Carnival!" and why it would be particularly adapted to production on a thrust stage. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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"Casablanca": Patriarchy And The Film's Ending
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5 pages in length. Analyzing the film Casablanca for problems may appear a bit difficult, inasmuch as the classic movie leaves little for one to criticize. However, looking deeper within the film beyond what one finds on the screen leads one to its production issues, with the most significant of all being that there was no planned ending until quite late into the shooting schedule. Seventy-five contract writers were given the task of developing an ending that would a) complement the film's story, b) be as logical as possible given the movie's already enigmatic tone and c) not offend the censors. This monumental task would haunt both writers and production crew until the very last minute when the historical scene was conceived. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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