x men III analysis - Pollard 1 Chelsea Pollard Dr Cheu WRA...

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Pollard 1 Chelsea Pollard Dr. Cheu WRA 130, Section 005, 10:20AM-12:10PM Essay 2 Final Copy 27 February 2008 Since When Was it Called a Disease Much like that of the world of today X Men III held a society of divided sub-cultures. Unlike modern society though, X Men III: The Last Stand developed a cure for the tabooed trait of being a mutant. The creators of this film seemingly wanted to portray the message of eugenics and how it can create the before-mentioned sub-cultures in society. A way to easily get their message across was through the use of editing techniques. The Last Stand used camera angles and shot composition to creatively display the power of eugenics and the consequences it created for the characters in the film. A very obvious way to portray what a filmmaker wants in a certain shot is by using different camera angles; the camera’s position. When the leader of the so-called “good” mutants got killed, the director took it in his hands to film several different ways. The two followers of Charles Xavier, their leader, were shown crying in a room with his empty wheelchair beside them. What made this scene most important was that it was shot from bird’s eye view; portraying
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