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An adult audience

Compare the beginning of ‘Ghandi’ with that of ‘Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves’. What cinematic techniques are used in each to introduce you to the story? In ‘Ghandi’ the opening scene begins with a long-distance shot of a beautiful natural view: sunrise over the Granges river with Hindu background music, which gives calmness and peace to […]

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Identification of Audiences

So far in the essay, not much has not been said but from Rojek’s definition and analysis of celebrity we can see that achieved celebrity has even more apex or types attached to it which makes it more complex compared to that of ascribed celebrity. In Britain today, the achieved celebrity are the category of […]

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The modern audience

The media is a mode through which authors, poets, directors and others express their thoughts and try to persuade and/or inform an audience. The film is a completely different medium than the other media such as prose and poetry, the radio, theatre, newspaper and press, etc to convey a director/creator’s thoughts, feelings and decisions to […]

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How atwood creates paralysis over the audience

Question: In The Handmaid’s Tale, a state of paralysis results from the fear that consumes both the individual and society. How does Atwood explore this paralysis in her dystopia? Different states of paralysis are explored within Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale. Through the paralysis of emotions, time, knowledge and women’s identity the reader gains […]

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The characters and of the audience

By now, the audience realise that all the characters will be implicated in the death of Eva Smith. This creates excitement among the audience and tension among the characters at who will be implicated next, especially as the events of Eva’s life are revealed in a chronological order (with the exception of Mrs. Birling, who […]

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A contemporary audience

Learning from your errors is another lesson which is commonly taught and further emphasised with Priestley’s portrayal of Sheila. Soon after expressing her traumatic feeling towards the matter, she vows “I’ll never, never do it again to anybody… ” which presents Sheila’s ability to learn from her mistakes and move on. At the end of […]

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The audience to believe in John Proctor

Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” illustrates a powerful drama based on the Salem witch trials in 1692. However Miller used his play as an analogy, representing the period of “McCarthyism” that lasted from the end of the Second World War to the late 1950s. Derived by the war against Stalin’s Soviet Union, McCarthyism was a term […]

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The experience and the audience

The play is about how a little fun had by some girls can accelerate quickly into a huge disaster by blaming other people and trying to get out of trouble. At this time it was a quite judgmental society; although a deeply religious Prodistent society they did not as a group of people practice forgiveness […]

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Audiences’ imagination

The power struggles of the play focus around Eddie. His confrontation between Eddie and Rodolpho, over Catherine means Eddie does not think of how others are feeling or the consequences of his actions. Eddie’s protective nature is shown by his reference to Catherine’s mother. He uses her as an excuse to why he must stop […]

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The audience might interpret miller’s portrayal

“A View from the Bridge”, is a probing psychological drama. A play script written by Arthur Miller during 1955. It is set in Red Hook Brooklyn New York. It is about an illiterate longshoreman named Eddie Carbone who has relatives come stay with him illegally from Italy who want to persue the America dream. Inspired […]

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