Vangelis

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  • Chariots Of Fire

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    the unique power to influence the attitudes and actions of a person. Whether it is used as a source of hope and soulful reflection on past struggles, like in Whitney Houston’s When You Believe, or to draw strength and determination to Olympians in Vangelis’ Chariots of Fire, music can provide spiritual, inspirational or hope-filled meaning. In order to inspire and motivate year 12 students, the electrifying Chariots of Fire is clearly a superior choice compared to the spiritual and soulful When You

  • Honor Code

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    punishment and should re-educate students on honor codes. Honor codes should not only be sets of rules they should be contain encouragements to students. Honor codes have specific penalties to students who break the rule. One such rule stated by Vangeli is that it is a student's responsibility to report on classmates if cheating and “failure to confront a student

  • Film Analysis Of Blade Runner

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    technology. The sound scored by Vangelis masterfully mixes the music with the sounds of the world making them both one, turning the city alive. The way Scott makes us

  • Futuristic Rights In Blade Runner

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    Futuristic Rights Manmade beings were created as slaves for humanity. These beings are called replicants. Blade Runner, a science-fiction film set in the future, brings up a question about the replicants humanity and their rights. As the replicants are able to think as a human would and seem to feel emotions like a human, their rights are hard to acknowledge. Created to fulfill the will of mankind, they only know a life without choices and opinions. This causes them to have certain desires that

  • Honor Of Honor Codes

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    more common and reinforced then they need to be revised.I believe that honor codes aren't very organized. Which makes them hard to read and understand. Sometimes you are reading too much information at once and it gets confusing too. According to Vangeli “students did not fully understand the role of a honor code.” In conclusion, I believe that honor codes are beneficial when needed. I also believe that to be completely useful they need to revised so that students, parents, and staff alike can understand

  • The Characteristics Of Human Rights In 'Blade Runner'

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    Manmade beings were created as slaves for humanity. These beings are called replicants. Blade Runner, a science-fiction film set in the future, brings up a question about the replicants humanity and their rights. As the replicants are able to think as a human would and seem to feel emotions like a human, their rights are hard to acknowledge. Created to fulfill the will of mankind, they only know a life without choices and opinions. This causes them to have certain desires that seem very humanistic

  • Film Analysis Of Blade Runner

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    in 2019 Los Angeles. Almost every set piece serves a purpose in convincing this forced reality upon you. It's one thing to see the world of Blade Runner and another to hear the great work of music the film has. An exquisite masterpiece, composer Vangelis’ has crafted. Blending very well many sounds

  • Scientific advancements push the realms of nature hindering the purity of our humanity. Both texts

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    Scientific advancements push the realms of nature hindering the purity of our humanity. Both texts; ‘Frankenstein’ written by Mary Shelley and ‘ Blade runner (directors cut)’ directed by Ridley Scott examine what it is to be human and force us to question has science gone to far?. Through a comparative study, it is apparent that context has heavily affected their form and values which then are able to represent ideas that continue to resonate through time. Shelly’s epistolary novel and Scotts dystopian

  • Module a

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    1980’s, including the rise of computing giants IBM and Microsoft, highlighting the dangers of such unrestrained progress. Most notable is the opening panoramic shot of blazing smokestacks which, together with the haunting synthetic pulses of the Vangelis soundtrack, establishes a festering miasma of technological overload, adding further semiotic weight to the film’s nightmarish dystopian agenda. Indeed, this portrayal of a decaying environment reflects the growing ecological awareness of the 1980’s

  • Hindi Songs Copied from English Songs

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    Hindi Songs Copied or Influenced from some other Song Hindi Song: Gupt Gupt (Gupt) Music Director: Viju Shah Copied From: Deep Forest (Deep Forest) Hindi Song: Chim Chimni (Ghoonghat) Music Director: Anand Raaj Anand Copied From: Chim Chimney (Mary Poppins) Hindi Song: Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya (Title) Music Director: Sandeep Chowta Copied From: Exorcist IThe Heretic (Theme) I:  Hindi Song: Dil Na Diya (Krrish) Music Director: Rajesh Roshan Copied From: Ceddin Deden (Turkish Military March Track) 

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