This was a thing the boys did because it cleared out the beach for the real attack. But tension built up at a very high rate, because a lady spotted the shark coming in to the pond where the small boys and the adults where. There was chaos at the beach because everyone’s attention was caught and Brody was at his best to warn his son at the pond about the shark. The havoc continued till one of the adult was killed but fear continued as brodys son was still in danger. This survival was an anti-climax.
Marlin is very nervous and scared to go out in the great blue sea. He also has a fear that he may never see his only son Nemo again. Marlin feels he may have loss the only thing he had left of him. Marlins style of life is that he is very cautious of his surrounding because he doesn't want to be put in the situation he was in when his wife and children were eaten by the shark. Marlin may have been a whole different clownfish with a different personality if the event of his wife and children being attacked was handled in a different fashion.
Marlin is very over protective of his son since Nemo is his only son because when Nemo was an egg, Marlin’s wife Coral and the rest of Nemo’s brother and sisters were killed by a barracuda. This is what caused Marlin’s fear of the open ocean. Marlin and Nemo live in a sea anemone on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Nemo is very curious of the open ocean. However due to Marlin’s fear of the ocean, he is resistant about Nemo going to school.
It lets you know that danger is near. Also it lets you know that there is something in the water, something looking up at her, possibly planning something sinister. As the camera closes in on Chrissy in the vastness of the water, the music becomes more intense. It goes along with her suddenly being pulled into the water; it takes a sudden louder note. Once she is attacked and killed, the music stops and it goes back to diegetic sound in this case the sound of the water.
That is how the ocean is wearing a mask of innocence and is hypnotizing to people. Another example of symbolism in The Scorpio Races is the quote, “Nothing is as red as the sea that day.” (252). This quote is used when Sean’s dad dies in the story. As this is a tragic moment in the book for Sean. The sea that day is so red because it is contaminated by the blood of Sean’s dad.
She succeeded in getting me to think analytically as well as inversely about orcas and going to SeaWorld in general. While watching the emotional film I felt sympathy for the intelligent, sentient creatures being held undeserving imprisoned. As well as unsettled, the thought of these mammals being snatched away from family and their children and enslaved to do tricks for fish. With orcas being so friendly and harmless to humans in the wild, then to attack humans because they are suffering from psychosis in captivity
While she is talking, coincidentally a big bass is hooked by the boy’s rod. However previously Sheila says that “Fishing is dumb”, the boy decides to cut the line freeing the bass. Finally, they approach the fair. But at the end, Sheila leaves the boy for going home in Eric Caswell’s Corvette after saying “You’re a funny kid, you know that?” (line 252). After that the boy has lost interest in Sheila, but the memory of the lost bass haunts him forever since
While this is happening tony (former shark founder) and Maria (berandos sister) begin to slow dance. It was like love at first sight. Maria had just moved from Puerto Rico so she didn’t know anything about the jets and the sharks. Tony knew that he has never seen Maria before. The sharks are mad that tony is with someone on there territory.
The head sheriff of this tourist town has a man-eating shark on the loose and wants to keep everyone out of the water until the capture the shark. Though Brody is afraid of water himself he knows the dangers this shark can hold for the town. His goal is to kill the shark in hope to keep the beaches safe. His motif through the film is fear. He is in fear that more people are going to die and that his son will die to this shark.
Chief Brody’s realization of a shark attack is shown through this shot. It catches the audience’s attention through making the background seem larger. This vertigo effect creates a mood of shock and uneasiness like someone’s stomach is dropping. Prior to this shot, it shows a kid being attacked by a shark. This dolly shows Brody’s reaction.