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“Boy” (2010) by Taika Waititi is a revolutionary example of forth cinema because it incorporates the majority of the issues that Barry Barclay noted as should be used to describe the indigenous people, especially the Maori. Fourth cinema is used to describe legitimate films that are made by indigenous people, using their concepts, words, settings, and other features that are used to distinctly define them. Taika Waititi’s movie “Boy” is a representation of the fourth film because from the director, settings, some aspects of language, and general aesthetics are all indigenous. Taika Waititi produced, directed and acted in the film…


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One of the primary roles of the film is to address some of the issues affecting society. There are different types of film and the genre mainly depends on the issues that films in that genre address. The film has covered a major revolution since the 20th century, and there are certain films that have had a more profound impact on society. The key point of the film is either it applauds or critiques human behavior and society in general.

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Iran is historically famous for its work in philosophy and poetry brought attention from worldwide by taking their work on films. Iran is known to be one of the many countries which highlight its great artwork in film-making with crucial components that aesthetically and thematically fed. The curiosity rises as critiques look into the elements and inspirations Iranian film-makers achieve that allow them to create such masterpieces.


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Sometimes, films are a remake of another movie. Nevertheless, there are some similarities and dissimilarities that show up even after the re-creation. An American-British film, “Let me in,” was published in 2010, and it is a recreation of the film from Sweden of 2008, “Let the Right One in.” Both films display different variances and have several comparisons despite being a re-creation of the other film and the diverse settings encompassed. …


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https://bitterwinter.org/for-mobile-users-in-china-one-wrong-word-means-punishment/

Abstract

The advent of complex internet networks and technology in China provides more avenues for the Chinese government to monitor and censor their citizens. The Chinese government justifies the digitization of their censorship program that restricts ‘netizens’, or Chinese internet users (Ronda, 2003), though the resulting personal and positional gain. The present study provides an overview of the Chinese censorship mechanics and the intentions behind the functional systems made by the Chinese authorities with a specific lens on new internet censorship models. …


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I happen to be in China after Christmas, which is right before the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. The first time I’ve heard of the Virus, I felt fine and relaxed. However, the more media talks about the virus and the more I heard of the news, I began to feel frightened. I’ve noticed how people around me talk about the outbreak. Some joke about it, (especially Asian people to Asian people) but I’ve also noticed how some people are really judgmental and criticizing Asian people in general without knowing what exactly is happening. Social media and top daily news sites are…


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  • Spoiler alert!!! I will suggest you watch the movie beforehand so you can enjoy the article

The film “The Salesman” has captured the ideological power issue that leads Iranian women to be silent about their experience of sexual harassment. The movie “The Salesman” was written and directed by Asghar Farhadi in 2016. Asghar Farhadi is an Iranian screenwriter and director, well-known for his work and productions such as “A Separation” (2012) and “The Salesman” (2016) which was awarded the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. His film, “The Salesman”, successfully achieved the attention of audiences worldwide and was acknowledged…

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Beginner in writing . Multilingual and am working to practice my language and writing skill in multiple languages. Interested in movie critiques & social issues

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