Rainsford is now trapped on the fallacious island that is not as inviting as it seems. While the ocean seems dangerous at first, it plays a major part in Rainsford’s survival. When Rainsford falls off of the boat, he describes the water as “blood-warm” giving it an eerie feel (Connell 2). The use of “blood-warm” to describe water makes us
Page 8. “ The voice of the surf heard now and then was a positive pleasure, like the speech of a brother. It was something natural, that had its reason that had a meaning. Now and then a boat from the shore gave one a momentary contact with reality. It was paddled by black fellows.
People come from all over the island to dive here, since the water is extremely clear allowing you to see all the different sea life. When the tide is low, small tide pools are created. My children can spend numerous hours playing in the pools. They’re either looking at all the colorful fish that are trapped or just sitting in the pools, cooling off from the hot Okinawa sun. Sometimes they get overly excited going from one pool to another and slip on the coral reef, which can put a damper on all the fun.
This implies to the audience that there is something dark or odd about the island and should proabably be approached with caution. As they arrive to shore, the music begins to change once again and sounds more lightened until it slowly disappears and all is heard is the chanting from the ceremony happening nearby. Steiner did a really good job on the introduction of the film with his minimal but great and well thought out use of music. Already from these first few scenes and with the help of the music the audience is given a tiny hint about the film and is prepared for something dark or extraordinary to occur on this mysterious island. The music helps give clues about the plot of the film and also leads the audience to
The shark is not thrashing around awaiting a kill, it is mysterious, patient, stream-lined and graceful, planning its every move carefully. The main poetic device in the poem is imagery. When the author says 'shearing without a bubble the water', it appeals to our vision. It gives us an image of its stream-lined, tapered body cutting through the water like a knife through soft butter. The shark moves with great ease through the water, making it deadly fast.
31) Positive- Pi was the type of person who could always look at the bright side. When he was stuck on the boat and losing food, he found ways to survive. He never let things get to him. He always came up with an idea or a miracle happened. For example, when the flying fish came, Pi took advantage and grabbed as many as
Screams of laughter, shrieks of, “But he started it!” and whistles resonate everywhere. These kids are searching for one thing: relief. The feeling of the water’s icy presence enveloping and shielding their bodies from the sweltering rays is the epitome of perfection. However, for a lifeguard, more fun means a higher possibility of danger. At any second, one of the eighty-five recreational swimmers could submerge, and never recover to the surface.
The woman is clearing entertaining the crowd just to make ends meet because the poet states that she does not enjoy this job she is doing with a fake smile. The author in the first couple of lines lays the scene out of a night club with youths in a scene with prostitutes. Right off the bat, these youths are not your typical church going, well mannered kids. The use vulgarity language and degrade the female the author is highlighting in the poem. Applauding youths laughed with young prostitutes And watched her perfect, half-clothed body sway; Her voice was like the sound of blended flutes Blown by black players upon a picnic day.
Also if there are any underwater trees or logs bass love to hangout under them. Sometimes the bass will even be in deep open water depending on how hot the water temperature is. In rivers, bass are found on the shorelines away from the current. Try fishing the shoreline especially if there are fallen trees or tree limbs in the water. Knowing what type of lure is affective to catch bass is the next step to becoming a good bass angler.
(This informs the viewer that water/sea will play a key role in the film.) As the shark swims through the seaweed, menacing music begins to play in the background. The music uses simple, dramatic chords in E and F to add suspense and tension to the scene. (Resembling the heartbeat of the shark, it will be used throughout the film to indicate the presence of the shark and signal an impending attack.) As the scene moves onland, a tracking shot introduces the viewer to one of the film’s key settings – the beach – and to a group of teenagers enjoying a night of drinking around a campfire.