"Don't Look Now"
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In this philosophical analysis of the film "Don't Look Now", the dynamics of the film are discussed. The writer examines the impact upon parents upon the accidental death of their child. The writer employs the philosophies of Sartre, Plato and Aristotle in order to explore how subjective views can create their own reality.
From the Paper:"The film 'Don't Look Now' is a moody suspense story about a couple's life after the accidental death of their child. The child, Christine, dies in the first few minutes of the film, yet she haunts it for the next hour and a half. Although the film suggests at first that the couple has moved on from their child's death, it eventually becomes clear that they have not in fact done so. As a result, the film provides an opportunity to explore the concepts of subjectivity ... "
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