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    shows how peoples lives were ruined by the Nazis. The effect that this movie had on me was not very great. As the time period that this movie was set in was during WWII, the movie is about a tragic romance and how people are trying to get out of Casablanca which is in Morrocco which is in Africa (just in case you didn‘t know). No real details about WWII are given, except that the Nazi idiots were trying to rid the earth of the religions and races that they thought were inferior. All in all, I thought

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    CASABLANCA Throughout history, the film industry has seen many directing styles and techniques. The early part of the 20th century saw a factory style of film production, but as the years went by, director's began to employ new and untried techniques in their pictures. One such technique which these director's implemented was a new approach to the use of the camera and camera angles. "Casablanca," an Academy Award winning film of 1942 saw director Michael Curtiz manipulate the camera in ways others

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    1.     How does “Casablanca” support the war effort? Recall any scenes or lines that contain pro-war messages. Casablanca starts as a news reel. You see a slowly turning globe that highlights the ally countries and the axis countries during WW II. Also, there is a documentary-style narration at the beginning of the movie, which sets the tone for a war time movie. Also, there is a scene in the movie where Germans are at Rick’s bar sing a German song. Then Victor causes the bar band to begin playing

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    Casablanca The Epstein brothers created Casablanca, a romantic adventure, like no other of its time. There are few movies that are loved by men and women alike. Casablanca is one such movie. It successfully combines action, adventure, love and romance into a film loved by all. What makes this film a favorite of women? Lets take a closer look at the film and find out. Casablanca is set in the exotic land of Morocco where refuges wait for passage to America, the Promised Land. In a popular American

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    Casablanca was a very interesting film. The first time that I watched it, I really had no idea what was going on. I found it a little hard to follow. But, after the second time around, a good portion of the movie became very clear to me. The setting takes place in Casablanca, Morocco and in Paris, France. At first the movie takes place in December 1941 at Rick Blaine's saloon in Casablanca. Rick has to deal with some illegal visa papers that he was given, and he hides them in the piano. Rick's former

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    a love for which no one is to blame. Without a need to seek vindictive revenge or find an explanation, he suggests, in his own self-sacrificial offer, that Rick use the letters of transit to take Ilsa away from Casablanca to a safe location - as a favor to him. He would remain in Casablanca and take his chances. Incredulous, Rick is impressed by Laszlo's self-less caring, virtuous trust and devoted love for her: Laszlo: I know a good deal more about you than you suspect. I know, for instance, that

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    Propaganda In Casablanca

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    Casablanca: A Romantic Take on War Propaganda Romance movies have played a huge role in the film industry since it took off in the early 1900's. One of the most popular romantic films of all time is Casablanca (1942), directed by Michael Curtiz, starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, and Paul Henreid. Casablanca tells the story of a love triangle between Rick, a cafe owner in Casablanca, Ilsa, a woman Rick fell in love with in Paris, and Victor Laszlo, Ilsa's husband. With the onset of the

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    Atmosphere In Casablanca

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    imagery, setting, and character emotion/action. Successful producers know that setting the atmosphere of a film is essential in the filmmaking industry because it allow the viewers to appreciate, enjoy, and relate to the film. Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca offers an atmosphere in his prominent screenplay to hide the fact that the film’s main goal was to brainwash millions of people for the benefit of the U.S. government. The atmosphere that was created was strong because it masked the scent of the

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    Duality In Casablanca

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    Casablanca, a 1942 romantic drama directed by Michael Curtiz, is regarded as one of the most formative and instrumental pieces of American cinema. Starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid, the film follows an American during the World War II era who must choose between the love that he has for a woman and assisting her husband who is a Czech Resistance leader escape the city of Casablanca. The film explores themes of individuality, and the duality between helping someone and essentially

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    Casablanca is a 1942 film directed by Michael Curtis; set in French-ruled Casablanca, Morocco— during WWII, Casablanca is over populated, due to Nazi Germany, because many have tried to escape Europe to Lisbon to then fly to America, but this path left many doomed in Casablanca, in hopes of one day getting a visa. The plot revolves around Richard “Rick” Blaine, a New Yorker, owner of the popular nightclub, “Rick’s”. Starting off, the public is told by French police that two German officers were

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