The Influence Of Film In Citizen Kane : A Film Descriptive Film

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So what makes a great movie for you? Something probably with guns and action right? Some kind of romantic comedy, maybe? Some sports movie from zero to hero? Why do we love these movies, even if we know, they really aren’t great movies… We love them because they evoke a feeling inside of us. They are provocative.
The Oxford Dictionary states that, to be provocative is to cause anger or another strong reaction, “Especially deliberately”. If you think of provocative in terms of cinema many films instantly come to mind, don’t they? Timeless movies, movies that make you feel something, that make you want to go out and change your life. Actor Russell Crowe once said that, “I want to make movies that pierce people's hearts and touch them in some way, even if it's just for the night while they're in the cinema; in that moment, I want to bring actual tears to their eyes and goosebumps to their skin.” Actors and directors alike strive to make provocative films because they understand that great cinema is provocative. So what is it that makes a film provocative, and is it possible for a film that once was provocative to lose it’s effect over time.
Provocative films, such as Citizen Kane deal with issues of the time and demand a reaction from the audience. The film, written and directed based on media giant of the time; William Randolph Hearst aims to deal with issues such as relationships, childhood innocence, and privacy. Like many people in society, Kane's relationships always

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