I am a chocolate-loving movie fanatic who thrives on quotes from Casablanca & Top Gun. I also have a slight obsession with JD Salinger and dream of going to New York somed
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Existentialist shenanigans in Woody Allen films
A detailed analysis of the existentialist nature of films by Woody Allen. It’s pretty interesting how many of his films challenge contemporary societal issues through existentialist ideologies. This article could be a break down of his various films and the manner in which they explore ideas relating to existence and the meaning of life, often in a comical manner. From Bananas to Annie Hall to the more recent Cafe Society, Woody Allen films are typically incredibly humorous whilst also a great insight into the meaninglessness of life. What you all think?
The symbolism and themes of Swiss Army Man (2016)
The 2016 American comedy-drama film, Swiss Army Man, starring Daniel Radcliff as a farting corpse, has been denoted by many as a film about gender transitioning. This article could explore the symbolism and themes of the film to highlight different interpretations the film may have. Although Swiss Army Man is a relatively straight forward story, its interesting and slightly fantastical plot could be relate to a number of different societal issues. What do you think the meaning behind the film is?
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