Pacino And Deniro Character Analysis

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24 March 2011 Heat Pacino and Deniro did not just simply follow their roles. Their lives were encompassing of their roles. They would find it difficult to function outside their roles, because it would simply be outside their norm. It would deviate from what they would consider normal on their perspective on the roles they both play in society, internally and externally. The satisfaction from the outcomes of their roles is similar to an addiction that someone may suffer from. Regardless of the roles Pacino and Deniro play, they both show a humanistic side of them that had nothing to do with the roles they portrayed. They felt, and were both subject to pressures of life under their current social system. When the time came for that humanistic,…show more content…
They are in fact similar characters in strive for the next biggest prize, or a certain euphoric feeling from doing what they only know best. Stratifying their roles, possibly a survival mechanism, learning and adapting. Though Deniro seemed drawn to a positive change and thought he may have even gone trough with it and started a new without living with “heat”. He could not give up that last urge to patch up, maybe, his final chapter he had to finish in his old life before he started a new life. Or is it an addiction, and he would not have changed one bit, though Deniro made an attempt. Using Deniros most quoted saying “..30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner”. Pacino and Deniro share things in common, they know nothing else, they think they are the best of their…show more content…
Different cultures have different meanings of symbols, interactions and language. What may be wrong or bad according to the culture in the United States will be different in other parts of the world. Ethnocentrism will be imposing your beliefs and or culture even passing judgments over a different culture based on your cultures beliefs, without understanding the culture at hand. Bad and good will be what we humans make of it. It is not natural law. What is good or bad now in this paradigm will be different in the next paradigm shift. In the present time, under the current institutions and establishments, society will consider the likes of Deniro to be the bad
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