Dearwendy - Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof Bisesti Discussion Points Name of Film Dear Wendy Initial Impressions-Director Thomas Vinterberg did a great

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Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof. Bisesti 4-14-07 Discussion Points Name of Film: Dear Wendy Initial Impressions: -Director Thomas Vinterberg did a great job in personifying Wendy and the guns. -The movie succeeded in causing the audience to acknowledge the relationship between Dick and Wendy, thus the ending scene at the end was so powerful. -Wendy was his gun. -Remarkable how guns were very accessible to contemporary teens. -The guns changed each of the actor’s character. -Owned guns for moral support, and for brandishing. -The songs represented peace and independency. (The Zombies) -Ironically, they initially tried to turn a murderer into a pacifist; however they conclusively became murderer themselves. -A stereotype was used when the African-American actor played a juvenile. -The close up on Bill Pullman, during the table scene where he talks about being a probation officer foreshadowed. -Dandy- A man who affects extreme elegance in clothes and manners; a fop. -Hence the characters costumes when they were in the dandy mode. -Lars Von Trier was the writer of the film.
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course TH 208 taught by Professor Bisesti during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Dearwendy - Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof Bisesti Discussion Points Name of Film Dear Wendy Initial Impressions-Director Thomas Vinterberg did a great

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