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  • Thumbnail“The Gaze” and Representations of Gender: Double Indemnity is a 1944 film. Directed and written by Billy Wilder. The genres are film-noir, crime and thriller. Starred Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray and Edward G. Robinson. The film is based on a well experienced salesman, who sells insurance and comes across a young seductive woman who is looking […]

  • I agree with everything you mention. I have seen Psycho a few times and everytime I see the film over and over,I discover something new and interesting. I realize that there are a lot of effects that Hitchock incorporates that many people don’t see when watching the film for the first time.

  • The film was pretty good, it was basic and to the point. I agree the acting wasn’t overacting at all and compared to many movies made during this era it’s not melodramatic as its persuaded to be.

  • I like that you mentioned the scene when Marylee is dancing in her room acting wild after she had already came home late and with drama causing her father to become stressed out and tired of her repeating acts. The scene when she is in her room blasting the music and her father in his […]

  • ThumbnailEclipse of the Sun Virgin is a 1967, 16mm, 17minute film; directed by George Kuchar. The film is based on dealing with a poignant self-identity and the feeling of void between pornography. The short film was filmed in the late 1960’s, in this era a lot was going on with politics, social surroundings and economics. The short […]

  • ThumbnailAll That Heaven Allows is a 1955 film, 89 minutes long, Technicolor the film presents a lot of vibrant colors and artificial scenery. The film was directed by Douglas Sirk, Screenplay Peg Fenwick and Story by Edna L. Lee. The film starred Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman and Agnes Moorehead. The film is based around the social […]

  • ThumbnailMitch Wayne is known to be the perfect gentlemen;he’s the best friend of Oil Tycoons son, known as Kyle Hadley who is known as the playboy and a spoiled brat. Mitch Wayne meets a young Lucy Moore anexecutive secretary; he later introduces her to his playboy friend Kyle. Mitch Wayne is the trust worthy friend that […]

  • ThumbnailMichel Poiccard, a young man who is a well known car thief, he  ends up killing a police officer and on the run from the authorities. Michel Poiccard lives his life on the edge  and only lives for “Today”, he doesn’t really think too much about the actions he make. Michel main focus is to get the […]

  • Thumbnail    Psycho is an extraodinary film. A young secrectary steals $40,000 from her employer believing that she will finally have the chance to live the life she have always dreamed of with her boyfriend. The scene where Marion Crane is packing her clothes, her body language presents the look of guilt and excitment in her face and stance. The […]

  • Citizen Kane: Scene: The reporter is in the room with Charles Kane’s ex-wife and the waiter at the restaurant. The reporter is in the pay phone booth and Charles Kane’s ex wife is grieving at the table as the waiter stands over her. Framing: LS, long take The reporter who is the man mysterious character is […]

  • Double Indemnity was a very good movie and I agree with you about the ending and not having that happy or sad feeling, especially when Barbara Stanwycks character is perceived to be this innocent women and she makes a crazy move with the gun.

  • Thankyou, that part of the film interest me the most because all of the things the women were doing to catch Charles attention was funny and really ridiculous. I will definitely write more next time.

  • ThumbnailCitizen Kane (1941) RKO Radio Pictures and Mercury Production film by Orson Welles. Film  is 119 minutes and Directed by Orson Welles, Written by Orson Welles and Herman J. Mankiewicz. The film starred Orson Welles, JosephCotton and Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead. Citizen Kane is a film about a story of a man that people in his […]

  • keiyenna1 wrote a new post, The Lady Eve (1941), on the site gwenn k johnson 8 years ago

    ThumbnailThe Lady Eve (1941), Paramount Pictures Production.94 minutes, Black and white film. Directed and written by Preston Surges, based on Monckton Hoffe story. The filmed starred Henry Fonda, Barbara Stanwyck and Charles Coburn. The film is about a man name Charles who’s a scientist that studies snakes, after spending a year in the amazon he decides to […]

  • ThumbnailPublic Enemy (1931) Warner Brothers. Production.  The film is 83 minutes, black and white.film was directed by William Wellman, written by Kubec Glasmon and John Bright.The filmed starred James Cagney, Edward Woods and Jean Harlow, Joan Blondell. In this film it’s based on two young men named Tom Powers and Matt Doyle they started out being mischievous […]

  • In this film its about a man who has ruined his relationship with his wife because of all of his hard work and dedication to his career as a photographer this man tries his best to try and get back into the dating scene by hooking up with women and having meanless dates. The main […]

  • In this film it told one story but the locations  between Africa and Japan. The film was very interesting since it was based on culture and individuals going about their every day lives but as the film went on in some ways were very confusing and different then any other documentary type films that I […]

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