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Ancient Roman Entertainment

Theatre The theatre is one of Ancient Rome form of entertainment. The characters in Roman plays were all played by male slaves. Men played the parts of the women. The typical characters that were played in Ancient Rome theatres included the rich man, the king, the soldier, the slave, the young man and the young […]

Pages: 2 Words: 723 Topics: Actor, Ancient Rome, Roman Empire

Stereotypes of Black Female Actresses

Since the beginning, black female actresses have been afflicted by the stereotypical roles that they play in television shows, short films, and films that made it to the big screen black actresses have been portrayed as being overdramatic, irrational, violent, and unreliable as well as often being either unemployed or working hard labor jobs that […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1893 Topics: Actor, Social Issues, Stereotypes
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Plot of Death of a Salesman Play

This story is based on the Death of a Salesman as the name suggests. Upon reading this I judged the story based on the title alone and I was correct. I did not know how or what lead to the death of the salesman or his or her name. As I read the story, I […]

Pages: 2 Words: 731 Topics: Actor, Arthur Miller, Death Of A Salesman, Tragedy

Animal Farm Journal – Media’s Influence

The misrepresentation of race in the media drastically influences society’s outlook and opinions, perpetuating stereotypes and creating unconscious biases. Whether it’s an advertisement between sitcoms or a major motion picture there is often heavy use of racial stereotypes throughout further solidifying these expectations into society’s mindset. The world today is densely packed with constant easy-to-access […]

Pages: 3 Words: 768 Topics: Actor, Animal Farm, Communication, Mass Media, Snapchat, Social Media, Stereotypes

The Terrible Tragedy

Titanic, was a film produced in 1997, based on the true story of the British luxury steamship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean on Apri15th, 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during its voyage from Southampton, England to New York. Titanic is the most watched movie of all time and second in popularity across the […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1220 Topics: Actor, Titanic

Conflict of Light Vs Dark in Star Wars

Star Wars represents a simplistic view of the conflict of light versus dark. The black and white morality with good guys, such as Luke and Leia wearing bright fair colors, while the villains, such as Vader wearing all black, are the first visual color motifs and cues that the Star Wars films rely on (Campbell). […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1855 Topics: Actor, Star Wars, Storytelling

Gender Swapping: Swap the Character, Swap the Role

Most, if not all, schools have experienced a day filled with a politically charged social movement, fighting against the norm and clashing with conformity: Opposite Day. This day seems like a humorous, spirit filled event, yet the overwhelming number of students participating in cross-dressing demonstrates otherwise. Boys and girls (or should I say males and […]

Pages: 12 Words: 3636 Topics: Actor, Critical Theory, Femininity, Gender, Human Sexuality, Masculinity, Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet, Sex, Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare

Types of the Movies and Books that i Like

1) Use of detailed description – I find that when reading, I like it to feel colorful as if I am watching something where intricate design is used, which I can envision from the pages. This is very important to me, as it is also how I strive to write my material as well as […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1156 Topics: Actor, Book, Emotions, Film, Perception

“Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare (drama)

After reading a play then comparing it to watching it live makes it feel like two different experiences. The live performance made me feel as if I was present with the characters. The live performances stage production really enhanced the whole meaning and the dynamic of the play. The use of the setting, props and […]

Pages: 3 Words: 899 Topics: Actor, Drama, Emotions, Romeo and Juliet, Visual Arts

Torvald Helmer in “A Doll’s House” (character)

Anthony Hopkins serves to engulf the typical Victorian male, represented as Torvald Helmer, in Patrick Garland’s film A Doll’s House, based on Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll House. While reading A Doll House, it is apparent that Torvald Helmer is meant to be the foil of his wife Nora Helmer; shallow, overbearing, and demeaning. Before […]

Pages: 3 Words: 897 Topics: A Doll's House, Actor, Culture Shock, Film, Human Communication

What Makes a Good Movie?

What do I look for in a good movie? I think it depends entirely on the director. What makes a movie great is quite subjective but a good movie does have certain characteristics. Every element of a good movie like the screenplay, the narrative structure, the chronology and those subtle things that are well crafted. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 609 Topics: Actor, Ethics, Fiction, Mass Media, Movie
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