History of Cinema 2

December 12th, 2010

Written on the Wind

Posted by dmaldonado in Uncategorized

Watching this film was definitely a treat because of the strong use of COLOR! Not only was this a visually appealing film, but the plot of the film was interesting as well as the characters themselves. My favorite scene were the ones down by the river. The colors were so vivid, the scenes were so photographic. I have to say that Marylee’s character was the most interesting to me. I was a bit reluctant to see a melodramatic film because I honestly thought it would get annoying. But it did not. At times I found the overly dramatic scenes amusing. But that is what makes it a classic. It was specifically intended to embellish on dramatizing the film and I think Sirk did a fantastic job.

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