Gattaca like all dystopias, warns us of where our society might end up if we don’t pay attention. In the case of gattaca we are asked to question the use of genetic selection. Andrew niccol tells us in the film that we are more than our genetic inheritance. This is reflected in the tagline.”There is […]
Dystopias like Farenhieght 451 work as moral warnings because we can see people that have similar mindsets to the characters in the novel. Mildred is the definition of a moral warning as all she wants to do is sit in the parlour room and be immersed in the screen. From this we can see that […]
His hands were the hands of some amazing conductor, playing symphonies of blazing and burning to bring down the tatters and charcoal ruins of history Montags hand closed like a mouth crushed the book with wild devotion, with an insanity of mindlessness to his chest.
A future dystopia is the opposite of a utopia, a utopia is a perfect society and a dystopia is the opposite of a perfect society and fahrenheit 451 is set in the future from when it was written. Aspects of fahrenheit 451 that are dystopian is that technology is used to control the population such […]
Non diegetic sound that is added into the scene later and the sound is also not implied to have come from the scene. Music was added to the scene to create tension throughout the scene. As Jerome was climbing the stairs there was music playing in the background, the music paying was dramatic that caused […]
This image shows the scene of Jerome getting approved at the job interview. Jerome’s interview was approved by his genetics, the shot shows the device showing Jerome as a valid which meant that this was the only recognition needed for him to get the position. This shows that invalids are at a big disadvantage in […]
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