The Name of the Rose Essay | Name of the Rose

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Name of the Rose

Summary: Reviews the film, Name of The Rose, directed by Jean Jacques Annaud and produced by 20th Century Fox. Summarizes the story and explores how characters were faced with decisions to make about life such as do they accept their reason and the ability to not ask questions and believe what they are taught.
A religious hypocrisy, Name of The Rose was directed by Jean Jacques Annaud and produced by 20th Century Fox. The main characters are Brother William of Baskerville and, his novice, Adso. The other characters are the Abbott, a peasant girl, Bernado Gui, Salvatore, and Remigo. The story is set in 1327 in a dark gloomy abbey in northern Italy. The movie is set around the belief that the devil has taken over the abbey. Adso, the novice to the main character, narrates the story. Monks are dying and there is no explanation for their death. All of the men have been found dead and their index fingers and tongues have been stained with ink. Adso, has come along to help William but finds himself questioning his own beliefs. After separating from William he is seduced by the peasant girl and has sex with her. Continuing to question...

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