Promise of Utopia.docxC190

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Webb 1 Christopher Webb CMCL 335 February 26, 2011 Promise of Utopia The 1940’s based musical “On the Town”, Promise of Utopia was foreshadowed in the beginning of the movie as Gene Kelly softly gazed upon the Miss Turnstiles poster while on the subway but it undermined the viewer’s interest as it deceived expectations, as Utopia wasn’t fulfilled. Evidence of Utopia begin to present itself soon after the faze of “love of first sight” was deem to be naïve by Gene Kelly buddies that included Frank Sinatra, when they said that he will never meet her and suddenly she appears like a dream come true, which to viewers it so happen to be a coincidence. When both characters said their greetings and Miss Turnstiles had to leave, it was already set that Kelly’s character was not going to give up on her. The Promise of Utopia became more expected as Kelly unwillingness to stop looking for Miss Turnstiles seemed to be more desperate and noticeable of what is going to happened moving forward.
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course CMCL-C 190 taught by Professor Church during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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