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William Syndrome and it’s Depiction in Everyday Life

Though at one point in history, the rights of those who were in the face of a disability were often overlooked due to the belief of their ‘inferiority’. Those with a disability were not seen to be humans of equal… Continue Reading →

A Not so Beautiful Lie

Upon watching the ‘A beautiful mind’, I viewed the movie to be quite an exceptional demonstration of not only the realism behind schizophrenia but also how a movie can be dictated to influence the minds of the viewers through unreliable… Continue Reading →

“‘Foul Disproportion, Thoughts Unnatural’; An analysis of Othello” – What type of conclusion is it?

Megan Galbreth’s conclusion in her “‘Foul Disproportion, Thoughts Unnatural’; An analysis of Othello” had me confused as to which category of the four it could fit into, as it seemed that many her conclusion composed of many elements. However, I… Continue Reading →

The use of film techniques to create unpredictability

The Sixth Sense is an explicitly startling film in which an individual is left questioning one’s own sixth sense and the attempting to rectify it, for the ending was so inconspicuous.   The use of various film techniques drew my… Continue Reading →

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