Cache - Cache Due Tuesday 9/25 Com 215-001 Cache is a film that definitely plays around with the classical thriller genre Despite not having many

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******* Cache Due Tuesday 9/25 Com 215-001 Cache is a film that definitely plays around with the classical thriller genre. Despite not having many obvious thrills, the film still remains a thriller. I believe that the film, at its very core, is about fear and guilt. Throughout the entire film, we, the audience, watch as Georges and his family live in fear of being watched by an unknown person. The very thought that someone could be watching you at any moment is very disconcerting. What are the person’s intents? Is Georges’ family in danger? Is it just a prank? That fear is what causes the suspense of the film, because we are constantly waiting for something to happen. However, guilt is also what drives the film. Georges’ guilt regarding what he did to Majid when they were children helps to fuel his paranoia. Even though they were just children at the time, Georges now feels guilty because he was the root cause of having Majid sent away from the family because he lied about him. As a child, Georges didn’t really care about what happened to Majid, all he cared about was the fact that he was no longer in his life. Now that his family is
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COM 215 taught by Professor Stritzler during the Fall '07 term at Adelphi.

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Cache - Cache Due Tuesday 9/25 Com 215-001 Cache is a film that definitely plays around with the classical thriller genre Despite not having many

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