The lighting within a poster can be very significant in how the objects are presented. A thing to notice is that the poster is shaded with mostly dark colors. The darkness all over the poster is a visual sign of how the world is chaotic and how temptation is everywhere. Dastin, the main character, was tasked with finding the right path of justice for the revenge of his father. Around Dastin is lighter gray colors, showing that he innocenc...
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- When we were young, we learned that dark was evil and light was good. As we become older, we found that dark and light can be symbolic to other meanings as well. Symbolic shades of darkness could be a symbol of power, mystery, unhappiness, or even in some cases death. Whereas, Light could be symbols of simplicity, innocence or purity. In the movie poster “Prince of Persia, Sands of Time”’, the artist want to show the battle between good v.s. evil and how even good people can be tempted to do evil things.... [tags: Light, Darkness, Good and evil, Grey]
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- Prince of Persia (Mike Newell, 2010) perfectly demonstrates the use of the white race being seen as beyond ethnicity. It dehumanises the Persian people to a mere stereotype through the use of cinematic techniques and racial casting. The film is another example of white actors playing a role of a character they have no association with. In other words it is perceived as white washing. Unfortunately, this is a system that has been in place for many years thus making it impossible to pull apart. The casting of Jake Gyllenhaal as the lead character, along with a white cast, raised controversial debates.... [tags: Race, Racism, White people, White American]
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- The Sands of Time There is a book for every grain of sand in the Sahara desert, ever moving in the wind. With an ever growing arsenal of books the knowledge one can gain is without end. Books come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and styles. Some use language from a time long ago while others use more modern slang terms. There are books on many various topics, in many different genres. My favorite part about books is that their are so many for people of any age or reading level: kids, teens, adults, and even some for all of them.... [tags: Children's literature, Fiction, Literature]
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- Tar sands are one of the world’s most controversial resources. They consist of bitumen, a heavy crude oil, and a mixture of sand and clay. Bitumen is an organic matter that is solid at room temperature and when heated it will flow and ooze. Often referred to as oil sands, tar sands are found all over the world. The main locations where these commodities are found are Venezuela and Canada. Alberta, Canada is one of the largest hosts of cretaceous rocks, where oil sands form (Tar Sands Basics, 2012).... [tags: Petroleum, Oil sands, Athabasca Oil Sands]
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- “It is much safer to be feared than loved.” This quotation was just a specimen of the harsh and very practical political annotation of the legendary historian, Niccolò Machiavelli – philosopher, patriot, diplomat, advisor and statesman. He was born as the son of a poor lawyer in 1498, but he never let boundaries restrict him. He still received an excellent humanist education from the University of Florence and was soon after appointed as the Second Chancellor of the Republic of Florence.2 His political importance to Florence would soon give him the opportunity to write what is disputed as one of the most significant works in history, The Prince.... [tags: The Prince]
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- When humans discovered fire, it was misused by being used as a weapon of war and hunting against both humans and animals which led to massive destruction left by occurrences such as forest fires. When humans developed a successful method of transportation it has led to environmental set backs. For example, when horses were the primary mode of transportation, manure was left everywhere in the streets of cities which understandably, led to the cultivation of numerous diseases. When gasoline cars took a rise due to their convenience, the Earth took a horrible environmental toll and the quality of life degraded to the rising levels of greenhouse gases.... [tags: Athabasca Oil Sands, Petroleum, Oil sands]
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- The reason for this report is to increase the reader’s knowledge on the Alberta Tar Sands, which will allow them to create their own opinions on the situation. It is a very pertinent issue in politics and will have a very large effect on the carbon emissions of Canada. Also, I wanted to further my understanding of the Alberta tar sands and learn the side effects of the tar sands. How the tar sands are different from other oil and energy procurement methods and which method is more energy efficient.... [tags: politics, oil, tar sands]
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- Kingdoms of Assyria and Persia were the precursor to the great Roman Republic and eventual Roman Empire. The values that both held were different in that the Romans had more time to develop a sophisticated law to control their population, however, there are still many similarities in the core values that both upheld. For example, they similarly treated people that they conquered and the refusal to accept bribes for positions of power. They differed in the way that the Gods were used to create law and instituting punishment.... [tags: Roman Empire, Law, Augustus, Ancient Rome]
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- Cassirer, Nietzsche and Niccolò Machiavelli's The Prince When the word "Renaissance" is mentioned, an image of love for antiquity learning and fine arts usually springs to one's mind. Yet this perception, however legitimate it may be in many areas of Renaissance human achievements, shatters in the face of Niccolò Machiavelli's masterpiece The Prince. Unlike his contemporary Baldassare Castiglione who exemplified subtlety, Machiavelli was ruthlessly practical, nonchalantly callous, and admirably seamless in his logics about the bloody art of political power.... [tags: Prince]
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- The Message in The Prince The Prince, written by Niccolo Machiavelli, is one of the first examinations of politics and science from a purely scientific and rational perspective. Machiavelli theorizes that the state is only created if the people cooperate and work to maintain it. The state is also one of man?s greatest endeavors, and the state takes precedence over everything else. The state should be one?s primary focus, and maintaining the sovereignty of the state one?s most vital concern. The state is founded on the power of its military.... [tags: Machiavelli Prince]
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