how to establish a theme?

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Please read attachements as they will show what is needed for this paper please. Here is a link to the movie choices http://www.afi.com/10top10/

I would like to use Caddyshack (it is located unders sports)

http://www.afi.com/10top10/moviedetail.aspx?id=8&t...

Week 3 - Assignment Establishing Theme  0:00 / 2:41 If this video is not loading properly, you can access the video by clicking here (https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/ENG225+WEEK+03/0_0sx7v682) . Please click here to view the Week Three Assignment Video transcript. Select a movie from AFI’s 10 Top 10 (http://www.afi.com/10top10/) lists and explain how three cinematic techniques and/or design elements have helped establish a major theme in that film. Note: While you are allowed to choose a film that does not come from the AFI lists, you are strongly encouraged to email your professor to receive approval before doing so. In 800 to 1200 words • Describe a major theme of the movie you have selected using evidence from the movie itself as well as course resources and other scholarly sources to support your position. • Identify at least three techniques (cinematography, lighting, acting style, or direction) and/or design elements (set design, costuming, or hair and makeup), and explain how these techniques and/or design elements contribute to the establishment of the theme. Reference particular scenes or sequences in your explanations. • State your opinion regarding the mise en scène, including • How the elements work together. • How congruent the design elements are with the theme of the movie. • Whether or not other techniques would be as effective (Explain your reasoning). Note: Remember that a theme is an overarching idea that recurs throughout the plot of a film. It is the distilled essence of what the film is about, the main design which the specific scenes and actions lead a viewer to understand. 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The dominant theme in the movie Caddyshack (1980) is the power struggle. The power
struggle can be seen to occur between the traditional version of the golfers and the modern
version of the golfers. The primary focus of the movie is on Danny, who plays the role of a
caddy for Ty Webb and Judge Elihu Smails. Danny works this job to ad with financing for
college. At the same time, he focuses on caddying the judge to help with landing a scholarship
through the caddy scholarship program. The power struggle can mainly be seen between Judge
Smails and Czervik, with focus on the judge as part of the old regime and Czervik as part of the
modern group of golfers engaging in golf in this part of town. This can especially be seen where
the judge and Czervik play golf against each other based on a wager which leads the judge to try
to manipulate Danny to be on his side or miss out on landing a caddy scholarship. This movie
Caddyshack does the theme on power struggle justice through manipulation and use of each
other, which has then been made more apparent through the practical use of cinematography,
direction, and lighting (IMDb. 2018).
The movie has three techniques identified, that is, cinematography, lighting, and direction.
With regard to cinematography, the focus is given to Danny, Carl, the judge, and Czervik. In the
case o...

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