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  • The Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    Introduction The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind is an Oscar winning alternative U.S. film released March 19th 2004(IMDb 2015). It was produced by Focus Features and follows the dysfunctional love story of Joel and Clementine. The film itself despite being strongly influenced by Hollywood pays homage to other film movements such as surrealism and Soviet montage. The film in itself was a struggle to be categorised, thought it has been described as a romance, black comedy and many others that

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind provides a good example of the possibility of presenting philosophical concepts in a fictional feature film. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind is science fiction based romantic and comedy film written by Charlie Kaufman and is directed by Michel Gondry. The film is based on romance and mainly the scientific aspect to explore and flourish the nature of the human memory. The film was presented to the viewers in March 2004

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    of what the scene could be”. - Michel Gondry As this quote from French film director Michel Gondry suggests, the ability of a director to create a film that hides the camera and the construction of a film remains difficult. In his 2004 film, Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind, Gondry utilizes the full potential of the film medium, to express his own unique visual style. He has a number of films that he has directed such as Human Nature, which was also written by scriptwriter Charlie Kaufman.

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    Eternal Acceptance of the Present After seeing the play “The Valley” written by Joan MacLeaod, I begun to realize that there is a definite denial and avoidance theme taking place within all the relationships, but mostly a lack of acceptance for what is really taking place in each of their lives. I recognized a similar theme in the drama “Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind”, screenplay by Charlie Kauffman, specifically, the unacceptance of themselves and each other. In “The Valley”, the

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a 2004 movie starring Jim Carrie and Kate Winslet. In this movie, you discover that the leading characters were in a two-year relationship. The opening scene is Jim Carrie waking up in bed and then spontaneously deciding to visit Montauk, where he meets quirky Clementine. They are drawn to each other even though their meeting is awkward. At this point they are unaware that they have previously dated but through an advanced technology they had each other erased

  • Analysis Of Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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    The film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind directed by Michel Gondry follows two ex-lovers during their breakup. The protagonist of the movie, Joel Barish, is a middle aged man living in Long Island that lives a dull life. However, this all changes as soon as he meets a young woman at a party named Clementine Kruczynski. Immediately drawn to her colorful personality, clothing, and hair Joel became engulfed in her, wanting to know all of her interworking’s and emotions. It didn’t take long

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Essay

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    drama Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind. After working together on the film Human Nature, director Michael Gondry and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman discussed the possibility whether or not they would have their memory erased of a bad relationship should the opportunity present itself (dvdtalk). Out of that discussion a movie idea was formulated, pitched to a studio, and a film was created showing the potential impact of doing so. Through Kaufman’s brilliant and strange storytelling, Eternal Sunshine

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind Essay

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    Joel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski were a couple in love. Everything changed when Clementine woke up one day and just decided to have Joel erased from her memory. He was “boring” and she wasn’t happy and wanted to move on. Joel then decided he wanted to also remove Clementine from his memory. This was all possible due to Lacuna Inc. who asked those wishing to remove a particular person from their memories to remove anything from their homes that could possibly be associated with that person. They

  • Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind Analysis

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    Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind Review - Otto Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind is one of the only romance movies that i actually find entertaining. The movie has believable characters with real emotions and problems. Joel is an antisocial person that seems to usually try to avoid people, He has trust issues and he isn't the generic knight in shining armor protagonist that you see in so many romance movies to day. The way the camera angles usually feel fitting, you can tell they had a great

  • Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind Analysis

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    Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind possess a sense of hyperconsciousness in the way that it presents a postmodern text in the debts of a science fiction drama. There are undertones in the writing, directing and editing that establish the postmodernism in the film. The structure of the movie is non-linear. The narrative is told backwards which constructs disorientation within the film. This implies that as humans we dwell on past experiences as they mould us and we find it hard to move on from it