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The Truman Show Distinctively Visual

Visual Text Essay( Truman Show 9. Describe an important idea in the text. Explain how visual and/or verbal features showed you that this idea was important. Freedom; a right all human beings cherish and strive for, banishing any ideas of captivity. It is powerful and even more so the ability to control it. “The Truman Show”, directed by Chrsitof expresses the control of freedom in a utopian society that contradicts the purpose of reality television. This is done through the setting, costume, dialogue...

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Distinctively Visual

Compare the ways the distinctively visual is created in Lawson’s short stories and in ONE other related text of your own choosing. Distinctly visual techniques are conveyed and compared in Lawson’s short stories and Catherine Hardwicke’s 2003 film Thirteen. Both Lawson and Hardwicke’s texts employ techniques such as personification, Imagery and flashbacks, which highlight and communicate the ways distinctively visual, are compared in texts. Henry Lawson establishes the harsh environment of...

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Distinctively Visual The distinctively visual is a prominent characteristic in which the composer shapes a unique visual perspective for the responder to interpret. Using a variety of techniques and languages, the composer is distinctively able to create vibrant and lively visualisations within their work. The poetry of Douglas Stewart, in particular ‘Lady feeding the cats’ and ‘Nesting time’ and the image of ‘’Firefighters at twin towers attack’’ photographed by Todd Maisel are particularly effective...

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Composers create distinctively visual images to draw aspects that they are presenting in their texts. This helps the reader to understand and visualise the characters responses to significant aspects of life. The Author Henry Lawson uses these distinctive images in his short stories ‘The Drovers Wife’ and ‘The Loaded Dog’ to help portray the harsh realities of living in the Australian bush. These realities create significant experiences for the individuals in his stories as they are faced with hardships...

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Distinctively visual texts allow the responder to clearly understand the perspective of the composer. How have two of the stories of Henry Lawson, and the film Punctured by Baker and Klein, allowed you to understand the composer's perspective through distinctively visual techniques? Composers employ various techniques to create distinctively visual texts which enable responders to clearly imagine, form meaning and understand a composer’s unique perspective. Henry Lawson’s short stories ‘The...

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Truman Show

Analyse how visual techniques are used to develop deeper ideas in a visual text you have studied. The filmTruman Show” directed by Peter Weir is about a character named Truman Burbank and his remarkable journey in escaping a world full of deceit and lies and finding personal freedom. His journey helps present the idea that a true life with the risks of emotional pain is better than one safe imprisonment. This is a deeper idea because the search for personal freedom and truth is a universal idea...

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In what ways are people and their experiences brought to life through the distinctively visual? Make detailed reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text. The distinctive quality of the visual relies on its potential to provoke some sort of emotion from the responders. Naturally, powerful visuals evoke emotions of fascination, sadness, anger, or will inspire an audience. Visual images, like all texts are produced for specific purposes and audiences and can therefore be...

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Distinctively visual Using your prescribed text and a text of your own choosing explain how text present distinctively visual images and how these images shape meaning in the texts The text of my own choosing is “The Coral See” which conveys many distinctive experiences typical of the Great Barrier Reef. This visual uses a variety of techniques to visually represent the connection humankind has with nature and the serenity of nature. A text relating to “The Coral See” is Henry Lawson’s “In...

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Distinctively visual texts are able to manipulate the emotions of the audience to influence the responses of a collective group. John Misto, the person behind the play The Shoe-Horn Sonata, uses his distinctively visual text as a memorial for the Australian Army nurses who died in the war, as they were refused one by the government. “I do not have the power to build a memorial. So I wrote a play instead.” This drama illustrates the way the women were treated in the Japanese prisoner of war camps...

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a varied use of descriptive language the short stories of Lawson and poetry of Mackellar show that it is true that distinctively visual texts allow the reader to vividly imagine and gain insights into the characters, relationships and settings. Lonely drover’s wives, Bushmen and fettlers, as well as the setting of a sunburnt Australian landscape are brought to life and into unique relationship, in the visual imagery of Henry Lawson and Dorothea Mackellar’s compositions. Henry Lawson created a strong...

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