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Mike Rosenbloom CIN 150 9-12-07 Pecker Response Questions 1. Pecker’s attitude towards seems to be that he doesn’t really care. I notice that especially when he uses his camera because he doesn’t care what people’s reactions will be to him taking their pictures. His attitude doesn’t change that much when he goes to New York. If anything, the people around him are trying to change him, but he isn’t giving in. 2. I got a kick of the photograph of Pecker’s younger sister Chrissy eating the sugar. I’m not sure that the picture even had that much significance to the movie, other then to get child services involved and get her taken away for a short period of time. The picture’s raw reality just showed that she was a normal six year old but instead they took it to mean she had a problem, and that’s where his photographs started to get him in trouble. 3. With Pecker especially, the opening sequence automatically made us side with him. He seemed very innocent and just enjoyed taking pictures and wasn’t doing
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CIN 150 taught by Professor Hotchkiss during the Fall '08 term at Hartford.

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