Film Component Analysis: "A Beautiful Mind" Film Review by Top Papers

Film Component Analysis: "A Beautiful Mind"
An analysis of a specific scene in the film "A Beautiful Mind".
# 137112 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)


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The paper discusses how the film "A Beautiful Mind," a rough memoir of the late scientist John Nash, integrates many finely tuned cinematic elements to mirror the mental state of the protagonist and the naturalism required to maintain the film's truthfulness in it's story. Specifically focusing on scene 16, "Delusions" the paper analyzes the performance, direction, cinematography, art direction and music to support the theory that these elements do highlight and expand upon John Nash (played by Russell Crowe)'s mental state and our acceptance of his state as a real ailment.

From the Paper:

""I still see things that are not here. I just choose not to acknowledge them. Like a diet of the mind...perhaps my appetite to imagine and to dream." -Akiva Goldsman, screenwriter. "A Beautiful Mind." The film "A Beautiful Mind," a rough memoir of the late scientist John Nash, integrates many finely tuned cinematic elements to mirror the mental state of the protagonist and the naturalism required to maintain the film's truthfulness in it's story. Specifically focusing on scene 16, "Delusions" we can analyze the performance, direction, cinematography, art..."

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