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  • Comparing Techniques Used in the Opening Sequences of Two Film Versions of Great Expectations

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    Sequences of Two Film Versions of Great Expectations There have been many different film versions of the novel 'Great Expectations'. One of these, directed by David Lean in the 1945, is in black and white; the other, directed by Julian Jarrorld, in 1997, was colour. The latter, however was originally a TV drama. The David Lean production opens with the credits, which distances the modern day audience; even the font of the credits seems old fashioned. The music played over the credits is

  • Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature Should Always Remain True to The Details of The Original Novel.

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    probably the most important of these is the degree of loyalty the adaptation should make with the original novel. For a director it is almost impossible to remain perfectly loyal to the novel. For instance,around the time of the first director, David Lean, filmmaking had not advanced to such a stage for it to be possible to, as shown in the book, animate the roots of a tree to look like dead people’s hands. Another problem in directly adapting the novel is that there is simply not enough time to

  • Robert Bolt

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    attention of movie producer Sam Spiegel who hired Bolt to completely revise recently exiled writer Michael Wilson's script for David Lean's Lawrence of Arabia. (1962). The result was an Academy Award nomination for Bolt's script. Throughout the decade, Bolt would specialize in adapting literature to the screen. He would not have an original script produced until Lean directed Bolt's Ryan's Daughter (1970). Unfortunately, the film bombed at the box-office. After that, Bolt spent a while working

  • The Opening Sequences of David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron's Film Version of Great Expectations

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    The Opening Sequences of David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron's Film Version of Great Expectations In this media assignment I shall be analyzing and comparing the similarities and differences of two famous directors' film versions of 'Great Expectations'. The two directors are David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron. David Lean's version was more popular and well known than Alfonso Cuaron's because Lean was the first director to actually direct 'Great Expectations'. This made it more difficult for Alfonso

  • Comparing the Opening Scenes of the David Lean and the B.B.C. Versions of Great Expectations By Charles Dickens

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    Comparing the Opening Scenes of the David Lean and the B.B.C. Versions of Great Expectations By Charles Dickens David Lean's version of Great Expectations is in my opinion more effective at showing the fear and tension in Scene 1. David Leans version was made in 1946 so it is shot in black and white. The BBC Version was made in 1997 and was in colour. Lean's version is very similar to the novel more than the B.B.C version. Lean's was the most effective at using most of the dialogue than the

  • Toyota Motor Corporation: Processes and Strategies

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    concepts that utilize lean accounting philosophy, the just in time strategy, the kaizen and the kaiben approaches to manufacturing. To be in tune with this practice, Toyota has a unique management system known as the Toyota Production System, which is an integrated socio-technical system that is inclusive of its manageme... ... middle of paper ... .... The Toyota Way Field book: A Practical Guide for Implementing Toyota’s 4P’s, New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2010. Print. Lu, David, and Nihon Kyokai

  • Grief Counseling

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    he was God’s anointed. In addition to that, his dearest friend in the world, Jonathan, was also dead. Anytime David grieved, he would pick up his pen and write. Some of the most beautiful Psalms were written by David at the lowest times of his life. When you are hurting – when you are grieving – when life seems to be more than you can bear, you can turn to the Psalms. The Psalms of David express the heart wrenching grief experiences of one man. An interesting point of the Psalms is how many of

  • Exploring Improvement Keys in Lean Management for Workplace Solutions

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    company implements a lean structure, the employees are considered the key to long-term success. (The A3 Column, n.d.) Therefore, if an organization does not invest in its people they could be overlooking exceptional resources that could possibly make a huge difference for the company. It is upper management’s responsibility to not only improve their skills but also the skills of their subordinates by asking the right questions. (The A3 Column, n.d.) “People are the heart and soul of lean thinking and without

  • Principles Of Lean Production

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    Lean production is built on various effective ideas such as continuous improvement, organizing the business, and just-in-time production, which makes lean production so effective in supply chains. The founding principles of lean production are arranged and incorporated with everything that an effcient business follows. This type of production includes wiping out what might be wasteful and hence utilizing less energy, supplies, capacity and time. Just-In-Time production goes hand in hand with lean

  • Exploring Workplace Solutions

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    does not add value and the customer would not like to pay for. This could be inventory overage or space used for storage, which does not add value to the customers product ("Business Engineering Lean Performance Indicators in Detail", 2014). Material conservation is also important. Materials include products on hand and products that are essential to facilitate production. Getting the most from material conservation includes resource efficiency