Analysis Of The Movie ' Silver Lining Playbook '

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The movie Silver Lining playbook is an award winning movie that exposes some social disorders that the community as a whole as engaged in for years. “A word-of-mouth hit in 2012, David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook has been popularly discussed as successfully targeting an adult audience under-served in contemporary Hollywood, as “authentically” reflecting the parenting challenges of its star and director, and as portraying a “modern” romance about a sympathetic, deeply damaged protagonist couple” (Nadel P1.). Silver Linings Playbook consolidates forms of social damage arising in societies. The movie reflects a post-feminist, narrative of social, family and economic burdens and display the effect of those stress on the struggle for affection in the modern century. Silver Lining employs sets of cultural chronicles that produce a matter narrating gender and family relationships. This re-narration reflects imaginary control over psychological circumstances in order to offset for uncontrollable material conditions. Specifically, the movie, through a illusion maneuver, invokes the passionate nature of the current financial system in order to provide liberation for incapable subjects by investing them to a improper financialism. Silver Linings Playbook is a story about two love birds who find each other. In psychological terms, Pat is suffering from bipolar, while Tiffany has been struggling with depression due to the death of her husband.The film, moreover,
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