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A Life-Based Portrayal of the LGBT Struggles: 'Milk' Movie Review

Milk is a film produced in 2008 in America based on a biography. It is based on the life of gay politician and right activist Harvey Milk. He was the first known gay activist to be elected for public office in California as a member...

The Power of Resilience and Sacrifice in 'Glory': Movie Review

History movies have always been controversial for historians. The scholars frequently criticised the values of these films for several reasons, such as; not showing a complete picture of the particular era, ignoring many facts and opinions or portraying events and characters historically inaccurately. However, as...

Reflection on 'Memento' - a Real-Based Psychological Thriller

Christipher Nolan’s 2001 psychological thriller movie Memento is based on a man named Leonard Shelby who tries tracking down the man who raped and murdered his wife. Leonard suffers from a rare memory loss. This means that he can remember everything before he suffered an...

A Knight's Tale' as a Useful Historical Source to Study Medieval Europe

A Knight’s Tale is set in medieval Europe around 1370s and the movie follows a peasant, who is fuelled of the desire of food and glory and has a heart of a knight, through a journey where he disguises himself as a knight to compete...

3 Idiots' Movie Review: a Cinematic Reflection on Education and Life

"3 Idiots" is a bollywood film which was produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and directed by Rajkumar Hirani. It was released on 25 December 2009. This movie is said to have been adapted from the book ‘Five points someone’ by Chetan Bhagat. The leading actors...

The Movie 'Glory': a Review of the American Historical War Drama

“Without a struggle, there can be no progress” (Douglas, Frederick). In life we are constantly faced with struggles. Regardless of the social status or ethnicity of a person, anyone can face a struggle. Whether it’d be finding peace, money, or a place to fit in...

The Joy Luck Club': an Illustration of Mother Daughter Relationships

Under globalization, western ideas such as gender equality and individuality are widely spread to China. The phenomenon arouses a heated debate in the society. Some people may think that the enlightened ideas diminish Chinese’s feudal thoughts and increase their consciousness on the promotion of human...

To the Bone: The Journey of Eating Disorder Recovery

 For this essay I am going to focus in on mostly anorexia nervosa. Ellen is a 20-year-old woman struggling with anorexia nervosa. In the midst of family problems and her own fears, she is accepted into a group home run by an unusual doctor. Through...

Children Of Men Analysis Of Director's Work Alfonso Cuerno

Film form is the sum of all the parts in a film, shaped by a set of conventions of patterned relationships used to perceive, evaluate, and define. There are 5 basic elements of film form – literary design, visual design, cinematography, editing and sound design....

Film Techniques Used in Films: Goodfellas

 Many filmmakers use a variety of types of techniques to convey their point in films. Depending on the choice of the type of films, different filmmakers have a different approach on how to communicate their ideas across the screen. There is a lot that goes...

War Horse: The Animal Stories in World Wars

The movie War Horse came out on December 25, 2011. The majority of the movie occurred during the first World War. The beginning of the movie is not about the first World War, but it does eventually start talking about the war. One of the...

Judaism, Nazi Germany and World War II Through the Schindler'S List

Schindler's List is a film released in 1993 and since it’s release, it has been widely acclaimed film winning seven Oscars. I selected this film because I am interested in Judaism and the history of the Jewish people after being introduced to the subject from...

The Tragic Story Of The Virgin Suicides

The Virgin Suicides is a 1999 American motion picture made for the screen and facilitated by Sofia Coppola (in her segment directorial debut). The film moreover incorporates Scott Glenn, Michael Pare and Danny DeVito in minor occupations, and a voice depiction by Giovanni Ribisi. This...

The Allegorical Elements In Wizard Of Oz

The 1939 musical “The Wizard Of Oz” directed by Victor Fleming is a really great film. This musical was one of the first films to ever be in color. The actress Judy Garland was the perfect fit for the role “Dorothy”. The Wizard Of Oz...

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest: The Theme Of Disability

I decided to write about One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest because I had never seen the movie before and had always had the intent of picking it up at some point. I am really happy that I did because this movie was different from...

Good Will Hunting: Analysis Through Psychoanalytical Theories

The film Good Will Hunting features the eight psychotherapy sessions that raise and address concerns in the current practice of psychotherapy as well as its ethical base of counseling. Will Hunting, the main character, demonstrates the psychological difficulties that adversely affect his life, especially in...

Representation Of Female Characters In One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey, was a magnificent novel, it’s main character is Randle Patrick McMurphy who had an antisocial personality disorder who got sentenced to six months in jail because of statutory rape. He wanted to plead insanity so that...

Elements Of Film Noir Genre In Roman Polanski's Movie Chinatown

Film Noir. By definition it signifies, 'a style or sort of cinematographic film set apart by a state of mind of cynicism, submission to the inevitable, and threat.' as it were, American spine chiller or investigator films. The motion picture Chinatown, coordinated by Roman Polanski,...

History VS Hollywood: Historical Accuracy in "Forrest Gump"

Forrest Gump which was released in 1994 follows a young man’s story through major events in the 1950s to the 1990s. In Forrest Gump, it reviews the Vietnam War, desegregation, anti-war protests, and many other historical events. From the hippie movement to Vietnam to the...

Cultural Acceptance In Looking For Alibrandi

Introduction In the film Looking for Alibrandi, the director Kate Woods effectively positioned the audience to accept Josies challenges growing up as an Italian-Australian in the 1990’s. The film follows the main character ‘Josie’ through her discovery of identity, throughout the course of her year...

Portrayal Of The American Suffragist Movement In The Movie Iron Jawed Angels

Women Around the world have come a long way towards achieving equal rights and protection from gender discrimination at the legislative level. The historical drama Iron Jawed Angels is dedicated to the struggle for equal rights for women that took place in the United States...

Analysis Of Chen Family Courtyard Space Narration In The Movie Raise The Red Lantern

The film raise the red lantern, based on Su Tong's novel wives and concubines by the renowned director Zhang Yimou, depicts the male-dominated, 'polygamous' stories in the deeply rooted feudal family system. The main character in the film is Songlian, who has received higher education...

The Grand Budapest Hotel: Costume Analysis

Introduction The Grand Budapest Hotel costume analysis is an important aspect of director Wes Anderson's 2014 film. In this surreal and complex narrative of persecutions, murders, and love set in a luxury hotel, Anderson chose not to pursue historical accuracy. Instead, he employed color to...

Analysis Of Michael Schiffer Film Lean On Me: A Path To Becoming A True Leader

The movie “Lean on Me” reflects on events that occurred at east side high located in Patterson New Jersey. The movie shows a principal named Joe Clark transitioning from being a principal at a preschool to being a principal at a high school that faced...

Analysis of The Use Of Elements In Richard Lekter Coming-of-age Movie Boyhood

Boyhood, a movie directed by Richard Lekter that has received praise and formed headlines from critics everywhere, but at the same time many people have formed their own opinions, and have decided it is boring. Yes, people have different opinions, but why has one movie...

Glory Film Review: A Multifaceted Definition Of Racism

In the historic Academy Award-winning drama film, Glory, it tells the true story regarding the first all-African-American regiment, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Glory narrates the civil war year in which a white officer led a group of black slaves to fight with the South...

The Theme of Cultural Differences in the Comedy Movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"

The movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” is a film that resembles the struggles of relationships with conflicting cultures and beliefs among families. Toula, the main character comes from a Greek background with her parents being strict about traditions and belief. She finds a boyfriend...

Source Of The Charm Of Thomas' Storytelling In The Movie Smoke Signals

In the movie Smoke Signals, inspired by Sherman Alexie the audience was taken on a cross country journey with the lifetime friends of Victor and Thomas. While on their journey they end up forming a close relationship with each other by discovering themself and their...

Portrayal Of The True Love In The Movie Phantom Of The Opera

A film about a Phantom, who lives deep below a theater in Paris, is obsessed with an orphaned girl named Christine. The Phantom tricks Christine into thinking he is the Angel of Music Christine’s father told her about when he passed. The Phantom hides is...

Prominent Noir Elements In Movies Double Indemnity And In A Lonely Place

‘Film noir has usually been talked about in terms of its historical resonances, its treatment of gender and its uses of style, and these three trends in noir criticism continue to inform criticism on and of noir, contributing to the long, unfinished, and arguably unfinishable,...

Analysis of Themes and Symbols in the Movie "Smoke Signals"

“Some children aren't really children at all, they are just pillar of flame that burn everything they touch. Some children who are just pillars of ash that fall apart if you touch them.” The symbol of fire is very important in Modern Native American cultures....

The Contrast Between Realism And Unrealism In The Movie Run Lola Run

Throughout “Run Lola Run”, the director uses his own style of filming to convey us to stay in the movie. The director uses the movie to show unrealism by character development, realism by setting, the theme of the video game concept, and the way the...

Destructive Consequences Of America'S War On Drugs In Film

Introduction In the film, “The House I Live In” states that “Since 1971, the War on Drugs has cost over one trillion dollars and has accounted for more than 45 million arrests, which makes America the world’s largest jailer” (Jarecki, 2012). We meet those who...

Themes And Motifs Used In Rob Reiner Coming-of-age Movie Stand By Me

Everything that lives eventually meets death; when death comes suddenly we are exposed to the human experience of how brief and fragile life can be. it is impossible to mention one without the other, in regards to life humanity has learned from its experiences with...

Modern Day Issues Portrayed In The Movies Hotel Rwanda And Traffic

The films from today covered in the course include Traffic and Hotel Rwanda. The early 2000’s was a tragic time for the United States, with a devastating terrorist attack that effected so many lives. Pre 9/11, the national discussion was the war on drugs and...

Portrayal Of French Algeria'S Uprisings In The Battle Of Algiers

Introduction In Gillo Pontecorvo’s film The Battle of Algiers, the suppression of French Algeria is explored through numerous urban uprisings in the late 1950s. The film is ancient and rather extreme in its portrayal, yet it provides excellent critique of guerrilla insurgency. Few of today’s...

Relatable High School Relationships In Pretty Little Liars

Introduction Pretty Little Liars is an American teen drama mystery thriller television series developed by I. Marlene King and is partially based on the novel series of the same name written by Sara Shepard. The series follows the lives of four high school girls whose...

Tone Description In Far From Heaven

The movie Far from Heaven, directed by Todd Haynes and released in 2002, is an American melodrama that tells the story of Cathy Whitaker and her life that, on the surface, appears to be the perfect image of livelihood in the 1950s, but then, due...

Ultimate Values Of Human Life In The Movie The Ultimate Gift

Have you ever met a spoiled kid with no concept of work or any other type important ethics? In the movie The Ultimate Gift, this happens. The Ultimate Gift is a movie about a spoiled young adult, Jason, whose grandfather passed away. The man expects...

The Theme of the American Dream in "Volar" by Judith Ortiz Cofer

Judith Ortiz Cofer’s “Volar” is the story of a mother and daughter from an immigrant Puerto Rican family, who both dream about escaping their grim reality by being able to fly. Volar means to “fly” in Spanish. They both aspire to “belong” by taking flight....

Analysis of the Filmmaking Techniques of a Hollywood Icon, Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan is a Hollywood icon for huge blockbuster films, and creative and mind bobbling scripts. Nolan can tell stories when a film ending is the beginning, giant leaps in space and time, or make you question what is real or not. All of these...

Analysis of the Visual Work in the Movie "Titanic" by James Cameron

The film I am going to analyze is Titanic by James Cameron. This is a 1997 American epic romantic disaster movie. The film was a global box office hit because the director provided equal importance to history, fiction, and romance. The movie is about two...

Historical Accuracy Of Alexander The Great Achievements In Alexander Movie

“How can a man become a God?” Alexander asked. “By doing something a man cannot do,” was the philosopher’s reply. This was the defining principle that governed the life of Alexander the Great. Alexander was one of the most successful military commanders in history. He...

The Shining Film Analysis: Music and Sound

The use of music and sound is an integral part of horror movies, and The Shining is no exception. The Shining film analysis essay will explore the various methods and reasons for the use of music and sound in The Shining. The film, directed by...

Analysis of the Use of Sound and Music in the Game of Thrones TV Show

Music and sound are also essential to Game of Thrones, just like the other media products I’ve analysed. Similar to The Last Of Us, Game of Thrones uses leitmotifs to give themes to characters and places etc. This particular TV programme uses leitmotifs extensively as...

Analysis of the Social Issues Addressed in Barry Jenkins' Movie "Moonlight"

Moonlight is a 2016 film written and directed by Barry Jenkins that was named the best film of 2016 by several media outlets and won numerous Academy Awards. Moonlight opens up an extremely important conversation about the nature of gay masculinity. Although there were other...

Repetition In Empires In Waiting For The Barbarians

A famous philosopher once said, 'Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it” (Santayana). Overtime, mankind has seen dramatic changes to the world and society in which they live in. Although we experience these changes the past seems to always find a...

Film Analysis: The Graduate, Rear Window, And Singin' In The Rain

At the start of the film, The Graduate, Benjamin tells his father that he wants his life to be different. Being 20 years old and freshly out of college, Benjamin is extremely anxious and hopeless because he has no clue what life has in store...

Narrative Techniques in the Influential Romantic Comedy Movie Annie Hall

Annie Hall is a romantic comedy starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. It is important in film history, being full of narratives, inner thoughts, split screens, and time changes. The film began Woody Allen’s recognition as a filmmaker with the Hollywood elite, winning 4 Academy...

Comparison of An Inspector's Call Play and Its Adaptations

“An Inspector’s Call” is about an upper class family whom were having a peaceful dinner party in April 1912. They were then interrupted by an inspector named Goole, he suggest that the Birling Family are responsible for a young women’s commitment of suicide by leading...

The Concept of 'Liveness' in the Film Musical Moulin Rouge

Film musical, which is a new genre developed after the “sound” cinema, is one of the popular and notable film genre in the Holywood film industry. The famous musical film examples are Moulin Rouge, The Greatest Showman, The Phantom of The Opera, La La Land,...

What Defines Bright and Extravagant Tone in Moulin Rouge!

Moulin Rouge (2001) starts off with setting the tone of the film, the first few minutes are a roller coaster. Everything about the film is over the top, from Satine’s dresses to the set design. With a combination of real sets and computer generated images,...

Views of Steve Ryfle and Susan Sontag on the Influencearticle Sci-Fi Movies Have on Society in Their Respective Articles: Godzilla’s Footprint and Susan Sontag’s Imagination of Disaster

Between Steve Ryfle’s article “Godzilla’s Footprint” and Susan Sontag’s 1965 article “Imagination of Disaster”, clear differences can be understood. Both heavily focus on science fiction films, but Ryfle discusses the Japanese’ viewpoint while Sontag addresses the American point of view. Using Susan Napier’s article, “Panic...

Interpretations Of Donnie Darko: The Director'S Cut

Donnie Darko: The Directors Cut is a 2004 extended version of the movie Donnie Darko written and directed by Richard Kelly. This movie is not only dark but confusing and delusional as it revolves around a teenage boy who is a paranoid schizophrenic. The continuous...

Analysis of the Movie Jaws: Narrative Elements Utilized in the Movie

The film “JAWS” was a 1975 summer blockbuster that terrified a large percentage of people from entering the depths of the water. “JAWS” is about one shark that finds a great feeding place on the beaches of Amity Island where there is a great supply...

The Theme of Film Noir in Double Indemnity

I am comparing Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder, 1944) to the theme of Film Noir. This film was adapted from the 1935 novella ‘Double Indemnity’ by James M.Cain. The film was created before the term noir was even created. Even though Film Noir is full of...

Analysis of Richard Nixon's Portrayal in Frost's Film

The success of a story depends a lot on the traits of the characters that the author chooses. Even in real-life situations, interests, attractions, desires, and ambitions will determine a person's decisions. These items that define character are, in most cases, not just things one...

Analysis of Camera Work and Cinematography in The Whale Rider

The task given to the students of year 9 is to write an analytical essay that discusses how a film produces meaning for a school-based magazine. We are expected to demonstrate our understanding of: the film and how film techniques create meaning and essay structures....

A Lesson from the ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' by Hunter Thompson

The adventures exhibited by Duke and Gonzo is far from what most people would like to undergo in the name of exploration. The two men ended up getting carried away from their journey right from the beginning. It all started as a mere trip through...

The Twisted Concept of Family and Love in Juno

As a child Juno’s mother left her at the age of six, forced to live with her single father at the time. From her experience as a child with a single parent made her realize what the value of a complete family really is. Juno...

Insight of Human Communication in Juno Analysis

Juno find Bleeker to tell him about his pregnancy that cause after a sexual event on an armchair because of boredom. She goes find him because she felt Bleeker as the father of the baby should know it and do something because this tragedy occurs...

The Main Elements and Themes in King Kong

'King Kong' (Merian C. Cooper, 1933) is, like all legendary films, several films in one: an overwhelming romantic melodrama, a horror film of an atmosphere never surpassed, a film about cinema and about the irresponsibility of filmmaker, a shuddering parable about the violent incursion of...

"Holes": Book and Movie Comparison

When thinking about the movie Holes and the book there seems to be many similarities and differences. The Holes movie by Andrew Davis and the book by Louis Sachar are based on a boy named “Stanley” that steals a pair of shoes and ends up...

The Role of Cinematic Elements in The Notebook

In The Notebook, Noah is the epitome of how fundamental it is for a man to obtain true love. This film holds my attention because through all the obstacles Noah and Allie had to face, they ended up together. Noah proves how strong love can...

Subversion of the Superhero Genre in Watchman and the Dark Knight

When you think of a superhero movie you think about a man with extraordinary powers or abilities fighting for justice. That, through the use of their strong moral code and great courage, can overcome any obstacle put in their path. These films are always fun...

Exploring the Appeal of the Movie, Casablanca

Michael Curtis' film Casablanca, one of the best films of all time, was marketed to be a deep and impressive love film. Was Casablanca really a love movie? Casablanca wasn't just a love movie. Considered as a war-era masterpiece, the film was also full of...

The Dynamic Between Historical Events and Love Story in Casablanca

The classic drama, Casablanca, has been a favorite love story for decades by many. Casablanca was produced in 1942 and since then, the film has grown tremendously due to the classic storytelling and iconic acting, gaining numerous awards and nominations throughout the ages. The films...

The Power of Cinematography and Impact of Casablanca

The New York Times, in its 1942 review, called Casablanca one of the most exciting and powerful films of the year, especially in the famous scene in which visitors to Rick's cafe sing Marseillaise, drowning out the Nazi choir. And no less enthusiastically spoke of...

The Literature Review of Zombie Firm Research

Introduction The term of zombie is a concept that remains in our minds as living dead from horror movies. In recent times, this term has often been used to describe standing firms while it should have been closed a long time ago. Zombie firms are...

"Train to Busan" as a Perfect Example of Zombie Film

Once treated as a minority of manipulative pleasures, zombies have expanded their territory in popular culture. Now in present days, many people are familiar with zombies through various entertaining sources including cartoons, novels, and movies. However, not all zombie tales are necessarily the same, as...

The Tragic Story of Teenagers with Issues in The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club is a comedy drama directed and written by John Hughes, released in 1985. This cult movie around the life of the teen and high school environment is considered as one of the pioneers of the genre. On a Saturday, five students with...

Citizen Kane: The Authenticity and Auteur Theory in the Film

Griggs (2016) describes the canon as ‘works of individual creative genius: they are an individual expression from a specific writer’s imagination’. This means that works which enter the canon must be seen as being created by a single author and be valued for the creativity...

The Feeling of Routine and Boredom in Groundhog Day

Phil, is sarcastic and detached from the world around him in the movie Groundhog Day. He mocks about anything that might be remotely obscure, sincere or genuine. He’s not compassionate towards others. His self-absorbed ego carries him throughout different scenes in the movie, along with...

Cinematography Techniques Used in Martin Scorcese's "Taxi Driver"

Taxi Driver (1976) directed by Martin Scorcese and Michael Chapman. It is about Travis Bickle, a night taxi driver who lives in his own world full of routine and loneliness. The great work was done on cinematography level – shots changes very quickly, despite the...

Leadership Organization in Coach Carter

Coach Carter film is exceptionally intriguing and motivating to watch the motion picture coordinated by Thomas Carter. It is a genuine story dependent on Coach Ken Carter who was a Richmond high school basketball mentor who was brilliantly played by Samuel L Jackson.it is a...

Analysis of the Film Adaptation of An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

In the short story An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge written by Ambrose Bierce, there are many ways that the film magnifies and alters the original text. When analyzing the two mediums here, first we must fully understand what film adaptation is. Film adaptation is...

The Use of Sound in An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge is a film filled with a lot of different technical uses to tell a story in a film. The film involves a wide variety of storytelling techniques to convey messages like no other. Filmmakers can manipulate films with different...

Analysis of My Sister’s Keepers: A Saviour Sibling

The film “My Sister’s Keepers” poses a moral dilemma concerning the predestined life of a girl who was conceived to save her sister. Genetically engineered as a marrow donor for her gravely ill sister, Anna has undergone countless surgeries in her short life. Anna sues...

Superhero Comprasion: Captain America and Iron Man

To a large extent,Captain America and Iron Man differ from each other and therefore is a sign that there is an evolution of the superhero. To a lesser extent,the two films have paralleling similarities. The first obvious difference between Captain America and Iron Man is...

Analysis of Gladiator: An Epic Movie about Roman Golden Age

The movie, Gladiator, happens in 180 AD, during Rome’s golden age. At this time, the Roman Empire was governing over a quarter of the world’s population. It had been over 60 years since the last expansion of the Roman Empire, and the Emperor, Marcus Aurelius...

The Portrayal of Romans in Gladiator and Ben Hur

The both films for this discussion entitled Ben Hur and Gladiator portray Rome as a state and empire. I found that this was more so the case with Gladiator rather than with Ben Hur. The portrayal of the Roman characters and Rome itself being in...

Historical Analysis of the Movie Gladiator

I would like to start off by saying that I do love this movie, but when it comes to history it’s about as accurate as an episode of Game of Thrones. In the story of Gladiator, the Roman general Maximus is betrayed by the evil...

Screen Reading Report: Mise-en-scene in "Moonrise Kingdom" by Wes Anderson

Spectacular work of mise-en-scene in Moonrise Kingdom (2012) by Wes Anderson. This film tells a story of two children, Sam and Suzy, who have fallen in love and decide to run away. A violent storm approaches the island and forces the guardians/adults to go out...

Analysis of Dylan Tichenor's collaborations with Paul Thomas Anderson

Dylan Tichenor has collaborated with Paul Thomas Anderson across four out of his eight full feature films. From Boogie Nights (1997) to Magnolia (1999) to There Will be Blood (2007) and finally their latest film Phantom Thread (2017). I will be going over their collaborative...

Jasper Jones' Movie – a Pleasure To Watch

Adapted from the novel by Craig Silvey, Kate Mulvany’s Jasper Jones deals with dark topics of racism, rape, suicide and the stereotypes of gender roles in light and whimsical manner through a 13-year-old Charlie’s perspective. Directed by Nescha Jelk, the play is layered with many...

'Black Swan': Depiction of Mental Illness in the Film

Introduction Throughout the film, Black Swan, mental ilness along with various concepts of psychology are explored. The psychological concepts displayed in the movie include such mental illnesses as psychosis, dissociative identity disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The movie chronicles the story of Nina, who is...

Snow White: Comparison of the Book and the Disney Film

Fairy tales have always been full of imagination, mystery, magic and happy endings. These are books for children to introduce the experience of adulthood and also fuel their imagination. Fairy tales in the 17th century are different when compared to the contemporary ones. Most of...

Snow White' One of the Most Popular Fairytales

The story of Snow White has been one of the most popular fairytales amongst children for hundreds of years since being published by the Grimm Brothers in 1812. However, while most people understand the obvious themes beauty and jealousy, many overlook the deeper message hidden...

Charlie Chaplin's The Circus: Importance of Cinematic Endings

Charlie Chaplin broke boundaries with not just one of his films, but all of them. The Circus, released on January 6th, 1928, follows a tramp as he accidentally stumbles into a big top while avoiding the police and ends up distracting and simultaneously entertaining the...

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