Illusions of Life

Abstract The paper explores the way illusions influence our lives as based on the film Life is Beautiful. They are based on our intuitions that can be very deceptive. People tend to make themselves believe that they can feel or sense something, and by doing that mistake their wishes for…

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Fishing at the Stone Weir

A documentary movie “Fishing at the Stone Weir” depicts Netsilik Eskimos, the People of the Seal, during the provision preparation period. Produced in 1967, this film provides scenes from authentic society before it was influenced by European culture. It has no translation or commentaries, thus viewers may enjoy the native…

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Coping with Prejudice

All people are unique. However, sometimes being different can bring serious troubles. The society has many prejudices – people may judge a person by the color of skin, nationality, religion or disability. It hurts, but one has a choice: to suffer silently, to confront, or to fight back. For instance,…

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Social Responsibility of Business

The article “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits” deals with the hotly contested speculations on the subject of social conscience of business. It is claimed that social responsibility is an attribute that better fits an individual rather than such a vague notion as business. As long…

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Historical Accuracy of “Saving Private Ryan”

War is the worst tragedy that may happen to the mankind. What can be powerful enough to describe the horror and cruelty of battles? There are many films dedicated to wars – some of them are romanticized, some are simplified. Steven Spielberg’s movie “Saving Private Ryan” was released in 1998…

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Film Speech about “King’s Speech”

Everyday day we encounter different things that influence our mood. Sometimes they may cause deeper changes; for example, they may change our view on life or particular things. Of course, turning points or extraordinary events do not happen every day. That is why we read books and watch films, as…

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TV Show Report

On Friday, 19 April, the TV show “On the Money with Maria Bartiromo” was dedicated to the issue of Boston tragedy, future of print news and 2013’s worst week for markets. The guests of the studio were commenting the latest events on the local and global level and giving their…

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Guess Who

“Guess Who” is a comedy directed by Kevin Rodney Sullivan that touches a serious issue of race relations. The main characters Theresa (Zoe Saldana) and Simon (Ashton Kutcher) are coming to the 25th wedding anniversary of heroine’s parents. They are willing to announce about their engagement. The main trouble is…

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Are You Being Fair?

Without any doubt, in the 21st century educational system has faced a big problem, commonly known as unfairness. Nowadays, teachers have lost sight of the fact that unfair treatment with the students may cause serious damage for the future science and the development of global society. Human stark reality indicates…

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Gun Control Agenda Narrows as Skepticism Grows

The article “Gun Control Agenda Narrows as Skepticism Grows” written by Heidi Przybyla deals with an issue of gun ownership legislation. Numerous incidents of carnage in public places such as schools and parking lots raised a question about providing the gun restrictions. However, the problem is that the new reforms…

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