Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Lord of the Flies by Harry Hook an exploration of particular attitudes and values from the film.
A director's attitudes and values will always be deliberately conveyed and explored in films, the director often creates and develops themes, or views of human experience in order to accomplish this. The film, Lord of the Flies directed by Harry Hook explores themes to do with us a human race, such as man being inherently tied to its society, the desire for power and the inner evil that resides in everyone. Hook develops these themes in a somewhat untouched and unbiased sort, but through studying these themes it is clearly evident that Hooks attitudes and values towards these themes have an impact on how the reader will respond to the themes. Hooks attitudes towards our human race are well explored throughout the text; he does this through characterisation, creating the character of Jack, a young boy who feels exalted through power, violence and authority. Jack represents...

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