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ENGL3511 University of Maine American Beauty Film Analysis Essay

ENGL3511

University of Maine at Augusta

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I’m studying and need help with a Literature question to help me learn.

I need a 5 paragraph essay film analysis for the movie "American Beauty"

The first paragraph is an introduction (about the movie and the related topic chosen), the 2nd, 3rd, 4th paragraph is about the topic you choose to write about which the topics are listed below. for each of these 3 body paragraphs you need to include 3 main characters (each paragraph 1 character) of the movie and use them as an example accordingly to the chosen topic.

the 5th paragraph is the conclusion.

APA format, use in-text citations according to references used, also list all references used if any.


The topics: (choose one) I already chose the theme "Happiness"

TOPIC 1:

Happiness

Happiness exists in American Beauty as a myth, as a goal, and as a disguise. All of the characters are engaged in the pursuit of happiness, although they have very different ideas about what happiness is and how to find it. This is one of the qualities that truly make American Beauty a film about the modern American experience: if being American means having the intrinsic right to the pursuit of happiness, why is the "typical" American so deeply unhappy?



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Final Answer

Attached.

OUTLINE
1. Introduction
2. Body
3. Conclusion
4. Reference


Running head: LITERATURE

American Beauty
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LITERATURE

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American Beauty
Introduction
American Beauty is a movie that tries to show the beauty and the exciting things in
America that are always shown in the media; in other words, they are not easy to notice. The film
tells the story of a man in search of happiness. The director of the film introduces the main
character of the movie Mr. Lester as a man in his forties and is in a loveless marriage. The film,
at the same time, focuses on both romantic and paternal love, ...

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