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Vertigo Analysis Narrative Elements Essay

… Vertigo Analysis

Narrative Elements of Vertigo

Vertigo is at its surface a noir film in which the themes of duality are a driving factor of the film's narrative. In the film, the protagonist and femme fatale are dual forces, much like perception and deception. Film noir has been described as "murder with a psychological twist," a descriptor that encompasses the narrative theme of the film (Spicer 1). In Vertigo, the protagonist must overcome psychological traumatization that is induced through perception in order to uncover the truth behind Madeleine Elster's "suicide."

The term film noir was first used by Nino Frank to describe four crime films -- the Maltese Falcon (1941), Murder My Sweet (1944), Double Indemnity (1944), and Laura (1944) -- that shared a common…. [read more]

Alfred Hitchcock Is One of America Term Paper

… Alfred Hitchcock is one of America's most revered directors and creative talents. He left behind him some of the most memorable movie thrillers in history and defined an entire genre of artistic direction. Since he started work in films in 1919, Hitchcock has directed more than fifty feature length films in a career that lasted almost six decades. From the silent movie genre to the color era, he was always one of the foremost creative talents and directors the world had ever seen. The following research analysis will look into Hitchcock's life, his major influences and finally, the techniques that he helped to pioneer into one of Hollywood's most established genres, thrillers and suspense.

Hitchcock was born in August 13th, of 1899 in Leytonstone, London.…. [read more]

Culture Films as Expressions Research Paper

… B. We determine the meaning of films through close analysis of the content and production.

C. We also determine meaning from films by including an awareness of the greater contexts within which the films are made and consumed.

D. Love stories are an old idea in film, yet there are a finite number of combinations of love relationships that are shown in film. These films mentioned in this paper defy the normative sexual/romantic relationship is some distinctive way. The films reflect and influence viewers with respect to attitudes about non-normative sexual partnerships on the individual and on the societal levels. The analysis has demonstrated in which cultures non-normative relationships are more likely to be accepted or rejected and why, supplying evidence from the films for…. [read more]

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