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Social Disunity in Double Indemnity Film Discussion
A film discussion of the movie “Double Indemnity .” i need assistance to correctly state the discussion post to insure correctly formality within the statement. down below is all of the needed essentials. Thank you ~ 🙂
200-250 words. USE 3-4 TIME STAMPS.
‘I killed a man for money and for a woman. I didn’t get the money and I didn’t get the woman.’
Double Indemnity (1944, about 1 year before the end of WWII) is a beautifully made film noir that is the text book standard of a great noir of Hollywood’s classical age. As you watch the film, you’ll see how it checks all the boxes about the style and content of a noir film. Choose 1 prompt below:
No picture shall be produced that will lower the moral standards of those who see it. Hence the sympathy of the audience should never be thrown to the side of crime, wrongdoing, evil or sin.
Correct standards of life shall be presented.
Law, natural or human, shall not be ridiculed, nor shall sympathy be created for those who violate it. .
Under those three general principles were included the following specific standards (paraphrased):
Based on your viewing of the film and how the story was told, in what ways did Billy Wilder, the director, get around the controls of Hays Code in his film? In other words, what story or filming strategies did he use to make a sexy, adulterous, murder film, and yet stay within the PCA and Hays Code regulations? (So, think about what was seen and unseen, what was said and unsaid, etc.)
Think about the representation of home, family, marriage, and male leadership in this film- both in the story and in the film’s form (the way the film looks). Aside from the obvious part that the wife wants to kill her husband, what are the signs of social dis-unity and discontent in this film? How does the story subvert (turn upside down) the traditional pre-war roles of men, women, and maybe even teens, in society?
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