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`Once Were Warriors'

Summary: The first and the main one is of Domestic Violence and it is conveyed via the members of the Heike family. Whole family is victim of the violence that Jake brings into his own home.
`Once Were Warriors' is a good thematic movie. It is a good work of camera movement, cinematic techniques and characterization to convey the themes in the movie. There are three main themes in the movie.

The first and the main one is of Domestic Violence and it is conveyed via the members of the Heike family. Whole family is victim of the violence that Jake brings into his own home. The violence is shown graphically when following Jake's verbal abuse of Beth with "Cook the man some f**ing eggs." In the film Jake shows no responsibility towards development and prosperity of his family but busy in his drinking and leisure. For example when Beth says "what about our own home Jake", Jake says "forget about the bloody house, lets talk about the bedroom." The whole family struggles against the domestic violence but Jake empowers them. Cinematic techniques...

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