Propp Theory and Casablanca


propp Theory and Casablanca

outlining of a film's storyline. Unit 4: A Hero's Journey, earlier on in the year we were asked to explore the heros journey in film. DrLeebot 13:40, (UTC completely agree, please proceed., el on ka 17:32, (UTC) (followup merge I also recommend merging. 2) Disruption: Rick Isla meet again after years apart and Rick discovers that Isla was married to Victor Lazlo even during their affair back in Paris and is still with him now. David Lodge casablanca : Cult movies and intertextual collage cult "Was that artillery fire, or is it my heart pounding?"1 Whenever. Overall, I believe that auteur theory and genre theory (especially post wwii) are rather similar due to the amount of auteurs creating similar genres of films.

He primarily targets the issues that women are portrayed as being subordinate to men and are viewed as property and objects of desire instead of as human beings. Here is how Stardust conforms to Toderov's theory (the idea that every story follows the same five steps 1) Equilibrium: Tristan is living a relatively normal life, working in a shop and trying to pic up a girl who is considered out of his reach.

I don't know whether Kubrick was consciously re-creating Campbell's myth, but it's hard to believe he wasn't. There is no psychological reason. The first symphonic elaboration comes with the second scene around the roulette table. However, I still believe that unit 4 has gone well for me and the main thing Ive noticed throughout the unit is my analysing skills are much improved since the start of the unit. Carrasco Chris Skiles Senior Project Advisor Signature Date Signature Date. I personally believe that the storyline was rather difficult to follow and this film just did not grip me at all. 'The Final Girls' is a prime example of intertextuality.

Bowman's (his name reminds us of Odysseus ) journey and death/resurrection to a higher plane of existence include major elements of the Monomyth. The consequences of lying in this film is the possibility of being found guilty in a court of law/being prosecuted or punished.


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