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Dances With Wolfs Essay

  • Submitted by: temmir
  • on December 4, 2011
  • Category: Miscellaneous
  • Length: 710 words

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The titanic

In this movie the titanic rose DeWitt Bukater tell her granddaughter and four others the story about her life 84yrs earlier on a ship called the titanic from beginning to the end of the last voyage that ended at 2:20 in the morning on April 15, 1912

The story takes place aboard the ship of dreams and known to all as the unsinkable titanic that departed on April 10, 1912 on a journey where a poor artist and a rich girl falls in love only to find themselves in a struggle for survival recounts her story of that day the captain announced that a crash has taken place watch how the love of these two people along with the emotions, hostility, fear, anger and pain of others   take place as people try to save themselves and love one from an enviable escape from death on the world most luxurious ships ever built

Conclusion: The titanic sinks taking more than half of its passenger to the bottom of the sea along with the gilded age while introducing the reality of a new era to helping people to understand that even some of the best technology made by the wealthiest people   isn’t perfect

Genre:   What makes this film atypical is that the film director research by going to the bottom of the sea to the site of the wreck and traveled into the underwater tombs and captured images that were no attainable and incorporated it into the film taking the viewers inside the ships interior showing what life was really like aboard the titanic luxury liner.

The technology and artistic vision costing millions using one of the most expensive computer graphics as to make the scenes   seem real some of the types of effects was the result of new HD and Stereo development this giving the effects to the audience as if they were a part of the diving team   the use of 3D technology allowed people to focus more on the history of the wreck more so than the telling of the events   the intent with the use of technology was for the audience to experience such a life to plunge...

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