Response 2 - Lucia Lee February 22nd, 2012 Response Paper #...

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Lucia Lee February 22 nd , 2012 Response Paper # 2 Allegories in the “Wild Bunch” “The Wild Bunch”, a famous film that came out in 1969, is renowned for its portrayal of graphic violent scenes. The film opens with a bloody fight between Pike and his group of outlaws and with Deke and his men who end up killing innocent people. The aftermath of this bloodshed ends with countless bodies of innocent civilians who were unable to escape the fight. Another scene that catches the audiences from the beginning of the movie is the scene when the children are playing with the scorpions and the red ants. These harmless children, as they initially appear, end up instigating a fight between the two white scorpions and an army of red ants. The two scorpions result in getting killed by the mass army of red ants, which foreshadows the future battle scene at the end of the film. “The Wild Bunch” is famous for not only its violent scenes and the movies
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course FILMTV V55.0750 taught by Professor Billsimon during the Spring '12 term at NYU.

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Response 2 - Lucia Lee February 22nd, 2012 Response Paper #...

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