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    The development of transformation requires a reconstruction of a text to a contemporary contextual environment to ensure it success to progressive audience. When contrasting Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’ and Amy Heckerling’s written and directed ‘Clueless’, its clear that the motion picture has form an re-appropriation that utilizes Austen’s thoughts while effectively presenting Heckerling ‘s annotations of modern culture. The main characters, Cher and Emma are both upper class over-indulged snob who take

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    1995 Clueless Film It is known that not all films adaptations closely follow the novel that it is adapting. A lot of times film adaptations create something new and unique while still using novels to help. The 1995 film Clueless is an example of this as it used elements from Austen’s novel Emma. Clueless was released in theaters on July 19th 1005 and was directed and written by American director Amy Heckerling. In the film, Heckerling used characters and plot elements from Austen’s novel Emma while

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    The Connection Between Clueless and Emma A valuable connection can be made be made between Jane Austen's 'Emma' and Amy Heckerling's 'Clueless' although fashion, customs, society and language differ between the two. The connection is made through the plot, characters and inevitable human nature. The themes of vanity, rank, status and gossip link the two medias and create a valuable linkage in relating the 19th century life with the contemporary world. Fashion is constantly changing, season

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    Between Film Versions of Emma and Clueless The features I will look for in both films for comparison is setting, location, lighting, costumes, props, camera angles, dialogue and weather. Emma is set in the early 20th century and Clueless in the 1990's. The director changed the era to refer to the fact that girls nowadays are more mature than young women in the early 20th century. The diversity between the locations in both films is very minor. In Clueless it is set in Beverly Hills in America

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    It’s time to ditch films like Disney’s hits ‘High School Musical’ and ‘Camp Rock’ and go back in time to the old favourites ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Clueless’ which will never be outdated and boring, so get your best friends round and leave the guys at for home for a girly night in! Now you may be thinking that ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Clueless’ are a bit old and past their sell by date but they were so in when they were released and seen for the first time so I recommend you buy or rent these awesome movies and

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    transformed Emma into Clueless? Emma a widely recognized novel written by Jane Austen, Clueless a modern movie adaption of the novel. Both focusing on the lives of privileged and wealthy girls who have limitless boundaries. Emma Woodhouse lives in nineteenth century England, whilst her counterpart, Cher Horowitz lives in modern and upscale Beverly Hills. The literary text, Emma, is set in a time that is culturally, socially and historically different to Clueless. Clueless is set in a time where

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    a man named Hernando.  Rosemary is supposed to meet Hernando for there up coming wedding but she is faced with a dilemma.  In order for her to get to her wedding she has to cross a very deep and wide river that is full of crocodiles.  Rosemary is clueless on how she is to get across  this river, so she decides to turn to people, she knows, for help.  The first person she turns to is Sven for he owns a boat.  Sven listens to Rosemary's  problem and tells her he will take her across the river if  she

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    death is often used lightly. It is frequently used in jokes and idle threats, and rarely taken seriously. Few individuals really grasp the concept of death and how it can distort the lives of the people it comes in contact with. I was among the clueless until I was ten years old. I was running home from soccer practice, speeding towards the cursed intersection, not but a quartermile from my house when it happened. Luckily I am here today to reflect on that moment. My near death experience has

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    the male characters changing their identities, Shakespeare tried to portray the women as being ignorant and not realizing what was going on. With at least two major characters changing parts to get closer to their loved ones, the women seemed to be clueless. Shakespeare portrayed these women as being easily tricked. While it seemed like all the men were trying to suit Bianca, Petruccio was taming Kate. With scenes such as when Petruccio denied Kate food, clothing, and gifts, women were further deprived

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    adoption. She is a little concerned that the baby will not get good parents if it is adopted. She believes the baby will only need to be taken care of for one or two years then it will be able to do things with out it parents help. Kim is even more clueless than John. The fact that she thinks it only needs one or two years of being taken care of is a sign to me. She doesn’t realize that its her responsibility more that Johns. She doesn’t know that she is going to need lots of time and money for the

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