After watching the film “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, I was able to find an example of a minor character, bit player, and a character role. First, Reverend Tooker can reflect an example of a bit player. The reason for this is due to the fact that Rev. Tooker does not speak much but just enough in order to not be an extra. Next, Mae can represent an example of a minor character. The reason for this is because the presence of Mae adds to the film yet the film is not completely centered on her. Finally, Big Daddy can represent a character role. Big Daddy represents a character role because he is viewed as a wealthy businessman that reflects strong proof of his role through out the whole film.
In “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”, the films represents a naturalistic film. The reason why this film is naturalistic is because it reflects peoples’ possible life styles, living in homes, and not to mention real family struggles. The reaction of Big Mama to her husband’s sickness is something that can be expected. She reflects hysterical, irate and upset women when Gooper and Mae were to argue over inheritance.
In this film cast, it can resemble an ensemble cast. The reason for this is due to the characters in the movie actually portraying humane behaviors. For example, Brick can be considered an alcoholic with his life being consumed of drinking, this being done mostly in his room.
Throughout the film, Paul Newman is a great example of a versatile actor. He portraying a washed-up drunk athlete in the movie can defend this example presented. In this movie, a man by the name of Hustler Paul Newman plays an up- and-coming pool player while in the sting he reflects a quite early aged con man looking for revenge of a murder that happened. This character, Paul Newman, is not a personality actor due to the fact Hustler Paul Newman can play several types of roles throughout the film.