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    An origin story of Diana, an Amazon princess who later on becomes one of the greatest women superhero name “Wonder Woman”. As a young girl, Diana lives under the protection of the Amazons on an isolated island called Themyscira with no interference with the outside world of mankind. When a pilot name Captain Steve crash-lands on the island, Diana who was curious about his arrival saved him. Everything changes when Steve reveals the news of the destruction of World War 1 happening in the 1918 of London

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    Jenkins turned to most often in order to create the emotional through-line. It wasn’t the glimmer of a blade or even the picturesque shores of Themyscira, the utopian paradise Wonder Woman calls home. Through moments of quiet verisimilitude and blistering action sequences, Jenkins’ gaze often wisely returns to the face of her lead heroine, Diana ( HYPERLINK "https://www.rogerebert.com/cast-and-crew/gal-gadot" Gal Gadot). At times, her face is inquisitive, morose, and marked by fury. But more often

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    and thirty minutes long. The setting for Wonder Woman was during World War I, and on an island called Themyscira at the start of the film. The movie is action-packed, funny, and touches on the good and evil within a person. The movie is entertaining with its action, cinematography, and visual effects. One of the very first scenes of the movie has action. This scene is when the island Themyscira is invaded by Germans who are pursuing an unknown pilot and stumbled upon the island. At the beginning

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    Wonder Woman Can one person create or stop the war? Wonder woman, directed by Petty Jenkin is a superhero origin movie where the main character Diana, the princess of Themyscira (Gal Gadot) is conflicted with this question. She believed that killing the God of war, Ares would stop the war. She is naïve and is unaware of the way of the society. The movie is set in the time of World War I which is favorable as it was a changing time of the history. The movie has a clear and simple plot. The performances

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    You may hear the name Gal Gadot and instantly think of Wonder Woman. Gal Gadot-Versano is an amazing woman who is an actress and model. She doesn’t have any nicknames and actually goes by her given birth name. Gal Gadot was born on April 30, 1985 in Petah, Tikva. Her nationality is considered Israeli since she was born and raised in Israel. Her life as a child was a very educated and active one. She was surrounded by a Jewish Israeli environment that she still has in her heart. She attended high

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    The recent Wonder Woman cinematic remake has made major waves as a prime example of the increasing feminist influence on modern society. Despite the story’s comic book origin, it contains many references and elements of ancient Greek myth. Mythology and other forms of storytelling have remained a constant reflection of societal values of that period, and remain so to this day. In the movie, Diana is a representation of ancient myth and the slow shift in societal preconceptions towards the ideology

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    goddess, and Ambassador-at-Large of the Amazon people. The character first appeared in All Star Comics #8 in October 1941 and first cover-dated on Sensation Comics #1, January 1942. In her homeland, the island nation of Themyscira, her official title is Princess Diana of Themyscira, Daughter of Hippolyta. When blending into the society outside of her homeland, she adopts her civilian identity Diana Prince. TheWonder Woman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics

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    Wonder Woman Short Story

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    man’s. Diana comes from a hidden paradise island by the name of Themyscira. The island was created by the Greek gods for the Amazonian women as a sort of safe haven from mankind and their evil doings. No men were allowed to step foot there. Diana was the daughter of Hippolyta who was the daughter of Ares and ruled as the Queen of the Amazons. When Steve Trevor, a United States intelligence officer, crashes his plane near Themyscira and needs to be healed and returned home, a tournament is held to

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    Both Diana and Jesus left their home to in order to save mankind from their themselves. However this is challenged by the main idea of the film that reverses the gender roles as Diana hails from Themyscira which is inhabited by the females Amazon warrior, which in Greek Mythology are a race of the strongest warriors. This is a bright example of the issues of gender in the politics of texts. (Nye 2008, 178) Generally speaking, the issue is presented

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    to health after he crashed on Themyscira Island. The Amazons decided that someone should go back to America with Steve to help with the battle in the outside world that was WWII. Wonder Woman won a contest which permitted her to leave Themyscira Island and head off to America with Steve Trevor. In America, Diana adopted the name "Diana Prince" and joined the army to help fight the Nazi's. Steve Trevor never knew that Diana Prince was also Princess Diana of Themyscira (kind of how Lois Lane never knew

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