imperialism in film 6-12 - 12.9. NOTES Talking about the...

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12.9. NOTES Talking about the movie from Thursday Is it Orientalism? Give examples. Showed them as non-technological. The example of them going to the trading post and not knowing how to operate the record player without any help from the people there. Made it seem as if they were inferior and then also showing them eating right after they killed the animal. Made them seem kind of savage. Could see Orientalism in the text more than the film. Portrays them also as very simplistic. Comparison between the people and the dogs. Primitive like the dog. The Kayak, people coming out of nowhere. Biting the fishes head off when he has a knife. Seems like they were pushing the fact that they were a primitive-type culture. The Kayak, people coming out of nowhere. Biting the fishes head off when he has a knife. Seems like they were pushing the fact that they were a primitive-type culture. Push the difference instead of just presenting the people. In the opening text presents them as the fearless happy go lucky Eskimos. Seems like they’re trying to make people back home want to sympathize more with the Eskimos. Admiration-you can see the pride in the hunting and construction of the Igloo, patience with the harpooning of the walrus, can relate to the family
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