Needless to say, this distracts me while I watch the movie. I feel as though the author saw something so amazing that I missed. In a sense, I feel as though I am missing out on some important quality of the novel. The last difference that I found was between my vision of the town and the director’s. I envisioned the town to be open and slightly barren, but the director displayed it as very closed up and confined.
There are many other differences between Charles Frazier’s novel Cold Mountain and Anthony Minghella’s movie based upon the novel, I have only chosen a few. The key difference that I find interesting is the way the novel ends compared to that of the movie, there is no mentioning of love or thought for Inman in the novel while the movie portrays Ada as having a hard time be able to forget his presence. These differences are important because they can change how the audience perceives the novel in comparison to the
Plays in general do not contain much detail with them about how to put on the play or what type of person to get for a certain character. This causes the person who wants to put on said show to put out how they viewed the character to be and represent it as that for that production. This however does not apply only to the basic plays in general, it also counts for great works, even shakespeare's “much ado about nothing” has little to no details about how the characters should be performed. For example two movie Directors wished to put on the play as a movie and capture its essence within the movie. The two Directors: Branagh, and Whedon put on entirely different movie even though the script was the exact same.
Many historical movies had been made about people or group of people and their accomplishments or in some cases mistakes. This does not mean that the directors and producers do not know about history. It is just that for their own benefit, the directors, storywriters, producers and other people change some historical facts and even the attitudes of the characters in order to stimulate public interest. One of the movies that has historical inaccuracies in it is the movie “Braveheart.” Even though the movie is somewhat accurate, it looks like the story-writer added some twists and turns to make it look interesting, without backing it up with accurate historical events. The historical inaccuracies in the movie “Braveheart” have several basic areas which include adding or deleting characters and inaccuracy regarding the lives and actions of historical figures.
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge: * An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge Story and Movie Comparison. Though the film version of An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge is very accurate when compared to the short story version, there were aspects of the story that were missing from the film. For example, the second chapter of the short story which explains why Peyton Farquhar was being hung in the first place is not even alluded to in the film. If there is not a reason for Farquhar’s execution, the story would be more confusing for the audience who has not read the short story. However, the lack of an explanation can make the story more personal because it is left up to the audience to make their own assumptions as to why he is being hung.
Also after watching it I did not had some deep feelings about any of the characters of the movie and I did not got anything learning from that movie. For some of people who loves movie just to relax they might love it. I was excepting from that movie that it will show maybe something about Indian person who will get education and make something different in his life, but it did not. Another thing that I still wonder is the name of the movie: Smoke Signals. My opinion is that in the begging of the film smoke showed the death and trouble for somebody.
A cultural dimension that influences how people manage conflict is whether their culture is one of low or high context. Michael Dorsey displays a low or individualistic culture in Tootsie. Michael is a very direct and tell-it-how-it-is individual in the movie. He does not agree with skating around the issues. As an actor, he feels that his audience should see things for how they really are, versus how the directors, screenwriters want the audience to portray them.
Graff says that with all the statistics/thoughts involved with sports, it’s actually helping with development of literacy and is actually mentally stimulating for the student reading them. 2. To support the analogy with sports structure and life is very blatant and obvious to me --- life is a ‘team sport.’ No matter what you do, you will have to work with others to achieve a goal. This holds true to every specialization and raising. You might have an idea that can evolve humanity to new stage, but without the funding to do so, it will remain an idea.
Pinera, Vera Lorenza Angelica M. Pinera Nov. 22, 2013 COM 115.5 Film Seminar: European Film A Reflection on Babette’s Feast I grew up watching the ever glorious Hollywood films and also Filipino movies which are almost always based on some American storyline. Despite their differences in terms of genres and storylines, several commonalities can be observed in such films – problems are always resolved, background music and special effects are always a must, and of course unrealistic, highly predictable plots. This maybe so, but still people like me line up to satisfy the hunger for a spectacle, giving wild imagination its bound. My high regard for American films may have been the reason for my limited interest for other foreign produced films including those from the European Cinema. Not that I haven’t seen one, it’s just that I always thought those kinds of films were too serious, too quiet, and simply put, too boring.
Victor states that he cannot describe his emotions at this catastrophe (Shelley 43), knowing that his vision in his head came out different than he intended. The one thing that seemed to be consistent in transposing the book into a movie was the monster’s strength and