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3-3 Short Answer I viewed the Emma versus Clueless trailers. I noticed many differences in the trailers very quickly. The language, attire and how the people presented themselves were vastly different in each video. You can also detect the differences in the culture; American versus English, beside the fact that the movies are in completely different eras, I think that American and English carry themselves differently based on there culture. The similarities are in the story line of both trailers. Each one presents relationships being formed; both main female characters are privileged and come from wealth and represent the social status of their time. They also are and are acting as matchmakers so to speak and have issues and complications when trying to match people up with one another. Each main female character has issues their own relationships and finding love. Each version reflects the culture of a proper English woman, with sophistication
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