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In this review, i will focus on the movie “Nineteen Eighty Four”. 1984 is a very meaningful movie which is one of the masterpiece of the antiutopia. In this paper, i will mainly talk about my feeling of the movie, who is the firm best for and discuss some of the technical aspects of the movie.

First Feeling
After watching the movie, the first feeling reflect in my brain was cherish. The reason of saying that is because the setting of the movie background. In this movie, one of the the biggest bright spot is the human loss of free. Not only physical. Human’s thought was also limited. For example, one of the scene in the early stage of the movie. Winston forced to do the aerobics. The coach can monitor their action by the telescreens.
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This movie is suitable for most of the public except the teenager nad children. Here is the reason why. In this movie, indecent is include in some of the scene. For example Julia and Winston having sex outdoor. Also nake scene is always happen. It is not saying that sex, naked is indecent but consider this scene is allow for the minority. Therefore children is not suitable to watching this. Second is the implication of the movie. The tone of the movie is satire the political and the reflections of the satire is the core of the movie. Most of the teenagers and children does not have enough knowledge and life experience to understand what the movie want to bring out. For them, they may only receive the surface message of the movie which have no reward of watching the movie. As i said before, this is a very meaning movie which is one of the masterpiece of the antiutopia. However the message inside the movie and some of the indecent scene which cause it was not suitable for the teenager and the children.

Technical aspect
I was quick appreciate one of the cinematography tips that used in the movie. I noticed that in the movie, the light design in most of the scene is gray, lifeless. For example dullish canteen and gloomy city. The scene transition was surrounded through this type of background which create a visual effect. At the first glance of the scene, it

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