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    Gran Torino Hi‚ my name is Clint Eastwood and I’m the director and protagonist of the film Gran Torino. My character Walt Kowalski is a grumpy‚ tough-minded‚ Korean War veteran who has an intensely strong opinion on different races because of experiences from the war that haunt him from his past. Having also directed the film I was able to express the character Walt in such a way that emphasized three particular themes; racism‚ religion and family. I also used a wide range of cinematic and film

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    In evaluating the persuasive essay titled “Clint Eastwood: Timeless Icon or Spurious Miscreant?”‚ I find it to have strong content and good organization. The essay has solid vocabulary and interesting facts‚ though I do not find it to be a persuasive essay. Additionally‚ the essay had several improper APA citations and references as well as sentence structure and other grammatical errors. Are strong content‚ solid vocabulary and good organization enough to offset the errors and shortcomings to make

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    Unforgiven Analysis

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    System has struggled throughout its history in righting its transgressions. In Clint Eastwood’s western‚ Unforgiven (1992)‚ Eastwood reflects through the typical western setting that disillusionment is universal and that marginalized people desire justice in a system that benefits from their suffering. The extremely dark‚ almost unintelligible night settings portray how confusion and violence surround this world Eastwood as created. At the heart of the film‚ it also shows that violence is not a singular

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    OTHELLO AND UNFORGIVEN

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    fundamental issue regarding definition of what is ultimately real as opposed to what is merely apparent. Without a doubt this is shown through the conflicting circumstances of both the book “Othello” by William Shakespeare and movie “Unforgiven” by Clint Eastwood as they encapsulate the philosophical conception. They explore concepts of “Representation of Women” and “Appearance vs Reality” throughout both novel and film as it tests our persuasive power in existence and our ethical ways when presented with

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    segregation and white supremacy. Mandela’s work of bringing South Africa to democracy is retold and glorified in Director Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-nominated film‚ Invictus. Clint Eastwood molds Mandela’s unique character into a soft- spoken‚ yet powerful leader‚ who employs the universal language of sports to unite post- apartheid South Africa. Director Eastwood balances this film with an equal combination of historical significance and Hollywood drama‚ so as to keep viewers enticed

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    Literature: An Inspiration for Film Masterpieces ought to have a muse. A muse doesn’t always need to be a beautiful woman femme fatale‚ either‚ as popular belief might suggest. It simply must be an inspiration; a child with a watering can for Renoir‚ a quarrel with a woman for Ray Charles. Inspiration can be everywhere‚ so why not in words? Literature can be- and often is- a grande muse for people. One of the most popular ways literature embraces it’s splendid inspirationalism is through the big

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    Revising Genre Western

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    Crispin Glover‚ Gary Farmer Miramax‚ 1995 McCabe and Mrs. Miller. By Robert Altman and Brian McKay‚ Dir. Robert Altman‚ Perf. Warren Beatty‚ Julia Christie‚ Rene Auberjonois Warner Bros. 1971 Unforgiven. By David Webb Peoples‚ Dir. Clint Eastwood‚ Perf. Clint Eastwood‚ Gene Hackman‚ Morgan Freeman Warner Bros. 1992

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    The Effect on People

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    have therefore chosen to explore the theme “Persevering in the face of Adversity” This theme is common in the short stories “Big Brother‚ Little Sister” by Witi Ihimaera and “Only A Woman” by Amel Benaboura and also in the films “Invictus” by Clint Eastwood and “Vertical Limit” by Martin Campbell. The theme “Persevering in the face of Adversity” is shown through the short text “Big Brother‚ Little Sister” by Witi Ihimaera. The story is set in a poor environment in New Zealand where violence occurs

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    Dreams and Aspirations

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    and how our dream changes us. This is evident in our learning of dreams and aspirations through the texts Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keys‚ What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? by Lasse Hallström‚ and through my own studies of Million Dollar Baby by Clint Eastwood. These three highly acclaimed texts represent the same ideas on dreams and aspirations‚ which can be defined as hope‚ desire or the longing for a condition or achievement‚ but these texts express the same ideas differently‚ shaping our understanding

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    never makes an appearance in the film‚ their relationship affects the relationships he shares with those around him. He wishes to be close with her‚ but because of the distance between them‚ it causes him to shut others out. Frankie‚ played by Clint Eastwood‚ distances himself from those closest to him to ensure that he doesn’t lose them the way he lost his daughter. Although it is not specifically mentioned in the film why Frankie and his daughter no

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