"Star Wars" Culture Analytical Essay by Ace writers

"Star Wars" Culture
A review of the phenomenon known as the "Star Wars" culture.
# 46717 | 1,848 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Jan 19, 2004 in Film (General)

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This paper presents a detailed examination of the "Star Wars" culture and its evidence that the cinema has a direct impact on America history through the phenomena that it causes. The writer explores the "Star Wars" movie from the 1970's and argues that it is possible for a film to create an entire culture of existence, as was proven by this movie and its subsequent releases.

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"Since the beginning of the silver screen millions of movie goers have flocked to theaters to be entertained by their favorite actors and directors. Some movies flop, while others make a profit and every once in awhile a movie is released that creates an independent culture of followers crossing all economic, social and racial boundaries. This was the case of the first Star Wars movie which was released in 1976 and created a multiple decade following of fans."

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