Pleasantville (film) Essay | An Excellent Essay on the Changing-self Module

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Summary: The study of the film "Pleasantville" and related texts "Sky-high" and "The Door" has revealed that change is inevitable and all individuals experience change at various stages of their lives.
The study of the film "Pleasantville" and related texts "Sky-high" and "The Door" has revealed that change is inevitable and all individuals experience change at various stages of their lives. Change can be positive and benefit the individual or it can be negative and have a harmful effect on people. Some people readily embrace change while others resist it. A catalyst is usually needed to effect the change. Each composer utilises various techniques to convey this idea. Fundamentally, characters are the essential elements used to convey the Changing self.

The film Pleasantville portrays change as being positive. David who is one of the leading characters in the film progressively undergoes change. His transformation builds his self esteem and this is evident through his stay in Pleasantville. At the beginning of the film, David is disengaged with the real world. Scenes such as when...

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