Analysis Of The Movie Forrest Gump

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There is a quote “Stupid is stupid does...”, basically means that a person’s intelligence and common sense are evidenced by the person’s actions, and not by the person’s looks. The best way to describe it is that a stupid person is a person is a person that does stupid things. This Quote came directly form the movie “Forrest Gump”. I will be covering the audience, art forms, filmmaker’s decisions, expectation, implicit meaning, patterns, mise-en-scene and actors.
The group of people that view this film are the audience. There are two types of audience there is active and passive and for this film “Forrest Gump”, the audience would be active. This film would have an active audience because this film is like a biography but this film has many historical events and symbolism. To catch these things, you must consider more than just the surface of the free will of the film. This film has flash back making allowing the audience the viewer to follow along. To fully understand the film, you must pay attention and follow the time line. The film does not just go chronicle order. The movie “Forrest Gump”, like to jump back and forth into time. Being able to retain some information is needed as well for example, Forrest creates a shrimp business called Bubu Gump. This business is name after Forrest’s best friend during the Vietnam War which passes away. Which you should recall so you understand why Forrest Gump creates the business.
This film acts like a timeline of the past century

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