Big Fish Film Summary & Analysis

Tim Burton
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Big Fish is a true fantasy. The entire film is made up of stories that connect to make Ed's life. He tells his stories to Will, Sandra and everyone he meets, much to Will's chagrin. With time, everyone realizes that whether Ed's stories are true or not no longer matters. He is his stories, and they have value beyond the truth.

Director Tim Burton uses cinematography to create a believable fantasy world. With bright colors and flawless shots, viewers feel as if they are in a dream. This other worldly feel helps viewers imagine that the events could actually be true.

The actors in the film do a great job creating this fantasy world as well. Between the twins and Karl the Giant, we are quickly transported into this other world. The greatest surprise is when we find out that most of Ed's stories...

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