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the sand on the beach and struggles to even look in David’s direction. Verbally, her emotions cause her to make snarky comments that she seems to immediately regret. In addition, her emotions cause her to selectively listen (Communication in the Real World, 2013) as David explains that he is committed to Molly. The conversation becomes persuasive (Communication in the Real World, 2013) in nature as Frankie tries to convince David that “anything less than mad, passionate, extraordinary love is a waste of your time,” (Dream for an Insomniac, 1996). As is often the case with conversations that are fraught with emotion, a resolution to the situation is not entirely reached in this scene. Both Frankie and David are left feeling unresolved. Conclusion In the scenes I chose to analyze, both culture and emotion play a vital role in communication. While cultural and emotional differences can affect how we communicate with one another, often the perception of those differences may be bigger than their reality. Because
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COMMUNICATION IN THE MOVIES 5 no two people experience life identically, culture and emotion, and their effects on communication are as distinct as the individual themselves. This is as true in movie dynamics as it is in real life.
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COMMUNICATION IN THE MOVIES 6 References Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies. (2013) Irvington, NY: Flat World Knowledge. Retrieved March 17, 2018, from Iman, G. (2015, January 17) Interpersonal Communication – Culture and Gender. Retrieved April 1, 2018, from Rokisky, R. (Producer) & DeBartolo, T. (Director). (1996). Dream for an Insomniac [Motion Picture]. United States: Tritone Productions
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