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Cinema ou réalité?

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Le cinema est un art qui joue sur le faite de fair croire aux spectateurs que ce qu’ils voient est reel. Or dans dans certains cas celui ci ne réalise pas que ce qu’il voit n’est qu’une pure réalité et non une mise en scene.
Voici quatre vrai blessures d.acteurs qui sont passé a l’écran:

INGIRIOUS BASTEROS QUENTIN TARANTINO 2009:

Dans un univers remplis de nazie, le danger est prenant par tout. Même les acteurs doivent se méfier. Diane Kruger incarne une espionne du côte des gentil alors que Christoph Wallz incarne un colonelle nazie.
Dans une des scène ou le chasseur de juif s’entretient avec la belle espionne, il se jette sur elle pour l’étranglait a mort. Si l’actrice semble jouer le role a la perfection c’est parce qu’elle ne respire réellement plus. En effet a cause de l’importance de la scène et de la vision très precise qu’il avait en tete c’est le réalisateur en personne qui étrangle Diane Kruger pour de vrai. Ce son ses main qu’on aperçois dans le gros plan.

FOXCATCHER BENNET MILLER 2014:

Lorsqu’il incarne Channing Tatum un boxeur de competition, Mark Schultz rentre dans le role a fond. Dans la scène ou il fait les cent pas dans son hotel après avoir perdu un match très important, Mark commence a se frapper avec rage et commence a pleurer. Mais la violence atteint son apogée lorsqu’il se met face a un miroir et le frappe trois fois avec sa tète pour de vrai.Il se coupe le frond mais continue la scène avec beauté.

SEVEN DAVID FINCHER 1995:

Lors d/une scène de poursuite, Brad Pitt cour dans des rus humide a la poursuite d’un assassin. Malheureusement pendant la prise Brad Pitt glisse sur le toit d’une voiture mouillé et enfonce son bras dans une vitre et se sectionne un tendon. Mais au lieu d’arrêter le tournage sa blessure a état incluse dans le scripte.

DJANGO UNCHAINED QUENTIN TARANTINO 2012:

Leonardo DiCaprio incarne le rôle d’un propriétaire d’esclaves, fou qui reçoit Django. Pendant le repas le personnage de Leonardo n’est pas très content et le fait bien ressentir. Il est tellement en colère qu’il frappe sur la table, brise un verre et se coupe la main .Le spectateur peut apercevoir que la main de l’acteur est couverte de sans, mais en vrai professionnelle il se sert de sa blessure pour nous offrir une scène brillante.

Le cinema ne simule pas toujours la réalité puisque dans certain cas la scène nous offre une pure réalité.
Mais a t’on le droit de continuer de filmer une prise lorsque l’acteur se blesse réellement juste pour la vraisemblance de la scène?

Taking Over

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Despite the confusion, admiration and idolatry have very different definitions; for idolatry symbolizes admiration overflow and can only be felt towards extremely influential people, them being so due to notable acts and such. Two very famous women come to mind, and although they are extremely different in more ways than one, Kylie Jenner and Malala Yousafzai do have things in common as well. I will start by developing the similarities between both personalities, to then discuss the difference between the 18-year-olds.

As previously stated, both Jenner and Yousafzai are recent 18-year-old women who have taken control over the media in the last two months, each for her own reasons which I will state later on. They have both influenced women and young girls all around the world by standing up for what they believe in. Kylie has been an influence when it comes to setting hair, makeup or even outfit trends whereas Malala stood up for girls of all ages when she fought for education and overcame a bullet shot in the head. Both of them also dedicate a lot of their time to charities and good causes.

It is true that they have become idols in two completely different domains, but the characteristic stands either way, knowing that some people literally warship the ground each one of them walks on.

However, although they have both conquered the media as well as young girls’ hearts, both women can easily be distinguished knowing that each one of them knows her own lifestyle and fights for what she thinks is worthy. Each one of them is famous for something and became so in her own way. We all know that Kylie Jenner instantly became famous, not only due to the E! series « Keeping Up With The Kardashians », but also gained more fame the last two years when she started to slowly separate herself from her family and using her physical appearance and good looks in order to win her own public, whereas Malala made it on her own thanks to her ideologies as well as her will to make a change. Earlier this year, both of the personalities turned 18. Jenner received a Ferrari and Yousafzai was named the youngest person ever to win a Nobel prize.

Therefore, it is crucial to note that both women are very recognizable and talked about in each of their fields. Although they made it to where they are in different ways, all it takes from them is one word and an entire country would be up to the job. In my opinion, people today are blinded by the media and aim to fit in the materialistic society in which we live, which is why some choose to idolize reality television personalities like Kylie, and others prefer to admire activists such as Malala. It depends on the public, not the women previously mentioned, and who people feel confident looking up to.

Jowie Hakim

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First Impressions

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“I will shed all of this skin down to the very bone beneath it if that is what it will take for people to come to the realization that appearance is not what makes a human beautiful.” However, society can be shallow, people tend to conform to the social standard of beauty in order not to be discriminated or isolated. Brains are a necessity, but sadly nowadays, beauty is much more appreciated.
We live in a world where the less you eat makes you more of a person, and the less you weigh makes you more of a trophy for some guy to win in the future. We live in a world where Barbie and Ken are idolized and normal people are marginalized. A world of beauty contests, beefcake calendars, and a never-ending flow of books about dieting and exercise. We live in a world where models are the idea of perfection, and if you feel rolls on your stomach when you bend over, your first thought is to skip the next meal. We live in a world where the word “skinny” is a goal and if you don’t live up to it, well, you fall deeper and deeper into your thoughts until you find yourself in your room at 3:00 in the morning with tear stains all over you pillow. We live in a world where the number on a scale is made to describe and define us. But we aren’t numbers, are we? We are so much more. Unfortunately, this world is based on beauty to the point where humanity is blinded by appearances. People don’t realize that a beautiful person with their wrong deeds cannot excel. What is often stated is that first impressions are the element that controls your decision to whether getting to know the person better or this would be your last meeting. But we use first impressions to judge a whole host of characteristics that are not matters of life or death, but kind of trivial.
Appearances can be tricky, so people should not be judged by them. However, some people who do so can take satisfaction from Jean de la Fontaine’s assertion: “Beware so long as you live, of judging men by their outward appearance.” I strongly agree with this excerpt as I believe that judgements should not be based on looks.
Appearances can often give the wrong impressions. For instance, strangers who meet for the first time tend to always examine the other person’s looks in order to decide if their meeting will go on or not. They forget about the important basics: sense of humour, kindness, intelligence… First impressions can be the worst sometimes if a person wasn’t expecting to be introduced to someone new, and wasn’t prepared at all. However, that doesn’t mean that people should get a total makeover to attend a first meeting.
As they say: “A warm heart is often hidden under a dirty coat.” People can be mean, they can judge you by your outside imperfections and throw away your inner beauty. They judge whether you’re fat, ugly, too thin, too short, too tall… And they make you believe that you are worthless, or not good enough. This is the main cause of bullying nowadays.
This may sound cliché, but I couldn’t agree more with the following quote: “Never judge a book by its cover,” because if they do, they are too superficial and shallow; therefore, they are not worth your time.

Christelle Akl