Rear Window by Alfred Hitchcock essay: movie review The major theme of the Rear Window film is the theme of obsession and human curiosity. The notion of Voyeurism is used to signify the name of the game that is played in the film. In general, I would characterize the film as truly brilliant and suspenseful. In fact, the film has all the chances to be regarded as one of the best films ever filmed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Broken English Essay The film is about love, but NOT actually.And it is LOVE that she is looking for and not just love for one night.This is the film for those who need to realize the real source of happiness. It is like in the song “Broken English” by Marianne Faithfull. If you miss your plane – you will miss you whole life.
7 Capital Sins Essay The Seven Deadly Sins, “golden rules” of the Christian religion: Pride, Envy, Gluttony, Lust, Anger, Greed and Sloth. This essay reveals the main idea and the meaning of it in Christianity. The essay describes arguments caused with this issue in modern art on example of the movies “Seven” “The Devil’s advocate”.
Amistad Film Project Essay The whole story is told be spokesman for the slaves named Joseph Cinque. The film describes the story of a ship approaching the American shore, where trading slaves is illegal. On the way to America the slaves manage to release themselves and kill the whole crew of “La Amistad” except two crewmembers they leave alive to navigate the vessel. Nevertheless, as they have no idea what direction they need to sail the slaves find themselves near the seaside of New England.
Compare and Contrast
Dracula in Stroker’s book and in Coppola’s movie essay Stroker described more that a story of horror, but a story about good and evil, love and hate. Stroker reveals the world as a strong intercoupling of the evil and the good and their constant fight against each other. He writes a story about a “creature-person” that is full of pain and loneliness and the impossibility to change the way it lives. It becomes a story of an “ever bleeding soul”.
Classification and Division
Stephen King's Horror Essay Stephen King’s Storm of the century (1999) is Emmy Award WinnerKing is known for his great eye for detail, for continuity, and for inside references;In Storm of the century Stephen King brings off the horror effect without the extreme violence that features much of the current mainstream of the genre. King’s horror involves supernatural effects. Each type plays on different fears