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  • A Film Analysis Of The Movie Gothika

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    After watching Gothika in class, I had mixed emotions on it at first, but later realized that I enjoyed this film for many reasons. This was the first time I’ve watched the film Gothika and I can say I was very intrigued mainly because of the suspension the film had. I knew this film was going to be dark in a way from the beginning because of the greyness of the background and the music it started with. There were some parts of the film that had me on the edge of my seat like when Miranda was being

  • Essay On Show Segmentation

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    Interruption and segmentation between TV segments became the most commonly used principles. The commercials presented on television are by no means only sakes of being there, but create the “flow” of keeping the viewers in attention to the program. Looking back all the way to 2003, the way this “flow” is structured is still being used today. In November 6th, 2003, a new episode of NBC’s “Friends,” titled “The One with Ross’s Grant” was shown from its tenth and final season. How did such show last

  • Directing Act 2 Scenes 1 and 2 of William Shakespeare's Macbeth

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    Directing Act 2 Scenes 1 and 2 of William Shakespeare's Macbeth From the director's point of view, this scene is very dramatic because of the impact on Macbeth's decision in Act 1 scene seven. In this scene Macbeth almost decides that he has talked himself out of killing the king, but his wife Lady Macbeth has other plans and forces him into a decision that will lead to the death of the king. This affects the two scenes I will be directing because in these two scenes the

  • Narrative Elements Of Horror

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    Almost every genre of film to date has been designed and developed to make an audience feel satisfied or sexed up and in love or delighted or inspired or rushed with adrenaline. Horror, on the other hand, was the first genre that preyed on the audience’s deepest fears and utilized them to provide cinema with nightmare flair. And everybody loved it. The idea of this essay is to address the nightmarish absurdity that horror is so well known for. I will consider the development of the genre, as well