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The Shawshank Redemption is a 1994 drama film
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The Shawshank Redemption Report

The Shawshank Redemption is a 1994 drama film (Marvin and Darabont, 1994) adapted from Stephen King’s novella “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption” (King, 1982). The film depicts the story of Andy Dufresne, a former banker in Maine who is sentenced to two life sentences for the murder of his wife and her lover. Andy serves […] Read more >>

04.09.2020
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Raise the Red Lantern

Raise the Red Lantern by Yimou Zhang is an appealing Chinese film that prompts to comprehend and interpret human nature and surroundings. It is like a movable art put on the screen that makes the audience develop thoughts long after they have watched the movie. The movie prompts to analyze an image of an independent […] Read more >>

19.05.2020
Art-in-America
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Art in America

Introduction Art in America covers the art in the United States and North America, the art during the colonial period to the 20th century, and the evolution of styles during this period. Some of the topics to be dealt with include articles on American architecture, Canadian art & architecture, Mexican art & architecture, Spanish art […] Read more >>

19.05.2020
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Indigenous Religions as Depicted in Mel Gibson’s Movi, Apocalypto

Apocalypto is an epic film, set in pre-Columbian Central America showing the time of the decline of Mayan empire. The movie was set in Yucatec Maya dialogue with its subtitles in English. Its cast includes some representatives of Mayas folks and people of Native American descent. Apocalypto depicts the journey of a Mayan hunter who […] Read more >>

19.05.2020
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Movie Reviews: Milk, My Own Private Idaho, Do the Right Thing, Boyz N the Hood

Milk Directed by Gus Van Sant Thesis The movie Milk gives viewers an insight into the discrimination and struggles of the gay community in the 1970s. During this period, American society got depicted as a hostile environment for homosexuals since people considered such behavior as propellers of societal moral decadence. The film focuses on Harvey […] Read more >>

05.05.2020
First Do No Harm
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Film Review: First Do No Harm

Health is one’s greatest treasure. It is important to realize this, and such films as First Do No Harm appear to be a great reminder for those who concentrate too much on materialistic aspects of life and forget about the value of simply being healthy. This film’s name is an excerpt from the Hippocratic oath, […] Read more >>

07.04.2020
Film Analysis The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring
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Film Analysis: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is, by all means, a sublime work of art, a masterpiece in which the makers of the film managed to combine masterful use of cinematic techniques with an expert implementation of narrative techniques. The following essay is intended to examine the film through the lens […] Read more >>

02.04.2020
GasLand
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Movie Review: GasLand

Movie Review – GasLand (Media Studies) The documentary GasLand informs the viewers how natural gas corporations affect people around the world. This film uncovers the shocking truth – the drilling companies contribute enormously to the destruction of the environment. Moreover, it accuses them of corruption and abuse of control on the masses. Josh Fox, the […] Read more >>

03.03.2020
Psychology-Child-Development
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Child Development

Abstract This term paper focuses on film Croods to discuss how different life experiences affect child development. The paper gives an evaluation of how different episodes in the film affect the educational, social, gender role expectations, family systems, and health care aspects of children. Martin Herbert’s view on typical and atypical aspects of child development […] Read more >>

01.11.2019
Protagonists and Femme Fatales in films Noir GildaDetour and Gun Crazy
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Protagonists and Femme Fatales in Noir, Gilda, Detour and Gun Crazy

Empowered Women in Film Noir Film Noir is characterized by the use of femme fatale characters who reject conventional gender roles prescribed by society. These female characters do not want to play the role of devoted and submissive wives and caring mothers; on the contrary, they use their sexual attractiveness to deceive and manipulate men for […] Read more >>

03.07.2019