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A Review of the Movie and Book "1984"

Summary: Essay discusses the movie of "1984" directed by Michael Radford as well as the book "1984" written by George Orwell.
Michael Radford did an incredible job in the way he directed 1984, it is a movie about a utopia (a perfect world). Radford used cinematic filming techniques to really capture the way he wanted the movie to be seen. It is a dull, lifeless movie that uses allot of panoramic shots, e.g. gray skies, run down building, and there was always a picture of big brothers face, to tell the viewer that the people in the movie are living in a very restricted world. Radford was very particular in the way he used his techniques to potray the movie, he used a technique called juxtapositioning. This is for e.g. when they are chanting and doing the three minutes hate, then suddenly a picture of big brothers face came on and they all went into total bliss, there was also a rhyme, hear...

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