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The following paper is a critical analysis of Sam Mendes' 'American Beauty', a cinematic portrayal of suburbanite squalor. The writer gives a brief breakdown of the plot, comments on the acting and characters and examines the themes in this movie. The writer asserts that the movie is not aimed at children, rather it is a movie in which many notions about what goes on behind picket fences in suburbia are dispelled.
From the Paper:"A recent article about American Beauty contained this quote:"It is a rainy afternoon. In an average-sized town in middle-class suburbia, a man tries to come to grips with his drug-addicted son, strange neighbors, and catatonic wife. Sound familiar? If you think so, you may have been reminded of the movie American Beauty" (Wilmington)."
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The "Beauty" (2003, November 02) Retrieved April 18, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/the-beauty-7411/
"The "Beauty"" 02 November 2003. Web. 18 April. 2021. <https://www.academon.com/film-review/the-beauty-7411/>