Memento is a movie that makes the audience thinks and reflects back to themselves about their identity and their existence. Lenny is the person who experienced anterograde amnesia which is losing the ability to make new memories after the event happened in the past. After a short period of time, he would not remember what he did before. This problem happened when the a man raped and killed his wife and attacked him in the head;therefore, this is the only memory that he had left. Everyday, his mission is to find a guy who murdered his wife even though he had no clue about the man but he collected evidence by hand-written note, polaroid pictures and also tattoos all over his body.
It is the reason he tattoos himself and concerns himself with intricate details of the previous day, so he can have his chance at revenge. His wife was raped and murdered and when he tried to stop it he was hit over the head and no longer remembers things in the short-term. However, he cannot let go of the tragedy knowing that his wife's killer is still out there. The film also goes through the theme of the fatal character flaw something common in many of Nolan films.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Web.] Hence, the fabula is the chronological way that the story happened whereas, the syuzhet is the way it was unraveled in the film, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ilm plots, however, putting film sequences out of order makes the film much more interesting and unforgettable. The audience have to think much more and try to figure out the story of the film. They have to endure some confusion and be unclear or certain things during the duration of the film. Non-linear narrative is an unconventional way of storytelling in film and now a contemporary style of filmmaking.
Hidden within it is the latent content which will give the viewer an understanding of what is happening in the mind of this man. How do we know it is a dream and not merely poor story-telling? How do we know... ... middle of paper ... ...on to detail complements this approach quite well. In either case, the effect works. One of the most difficult tasks in a movie is to let the viewer inside the mind of one of its characters.
“I have this condition,” repeats Leonard Shelby, the leading character of Memento, a film by Christopher Nolan. In the psychological thriller, Leonard has a condition that does not allow him to make new memories. The condition was caused by head trauma; the result of trying to protect his wife from being killed by the thieves who broke into his house and raped his wife. He is doomed to a live a life by following mementos--- his pictures, notes, and tattoos. Leonard’s single life mission is to find and kill his wife’s murderer.
Oscar Pistorius story is similar to the story “ A Jury of Her Peers ” because Minnie Wright is also accused of murdering her husband while he was asleep. Minnie Wright just like Oscar denied the murder of her husband. Even though they used an entirely different approach, both Minnie Wright, in Susan Glaspell’s “A Jury of Her Peers” and Oscar Pistorius, the South African sprint blade runner, were both in a domestic conflict and committed a crime by murdering their partners. Both Minnie Wright and Oscar Pistorius never got help for their issues. Minnie Wright was being abuse physically and verbally by her husband John Wright.
So, let’s take a look inside and describe each approach to the plot and see the differences of each character. In the short story, the story is about Earl, he suffers from anterograde amnesia. He forgets everything that happens after a few minutes. The last thing that he remembers is how his wife is being raped and murdered. The story starts when he realizes that he is in a mental institution due to the illness.
He tells her that her father was killed because he was suspected of informing on other meth manufacturers. One night, her attackers take Ree to where her father’s body is in a pond and she cuts off his arms and brings them in as proof t... ... middle of paper ... ...y ill. On the same side though, the mother whose name is Connie, also has had a few affairs that she shared with Ree fairly openly. Although she is now severely mentally handicap, and almost completely dependent on Ree (this of course meaning she cannot take care of her own children either, also leaving them to Ree to take care of as well), when she was younger, Ree described her as a very beautiful, caring, and fun person to be around. Teardrop is their drug addict uncle who is also Ree’s father’s older brother. He is a hardcore meth user who also deals; basically another person who you would not want to get mixed up with, another shady character just like their father.
Then he continues about when he was at university and his growing obsession with creating a being from the dead parts of humans also known as galvanism. Then he moves on to how he becomes obsessive and how it is only after he succeeds he realises what he has done and realises the implications of his dream. After being nurse back to health by his friend Henry Cherval Victor realises how badly he has treated his family and decides to return to his family, however before he can do this he receives a letter about his brother being murdered, the killer is presumed to be the family servant Justine and because Victor makes no mention of the monster she is hanged, victors farther also dies short after of a broken heart after losing William. Victor decides to travel to cope with his grief. It is at this point the monster appears and asks for a bride.
Lawford told investigators how her speaking was off and slurred, which proved that shortly after their call is when she died. Many may believe that Monroe’s death was a murder, but ultimately the evidence proves that her death was a suicide. Marilyn Monroe’s death shows us that even the person who seems to have it all, and the most glamorous life, still have day to day struggles. Sadly, Marilyn Monroe’s struggles caused her to take her life, but she still impacted thousands of people’s lives, and still does to this