Films, Reflections, and GIFs

Reflection to Le Jétee

Le Jétee was an interesting short film, the plot reminded me of a M. Night Shyamalan movie. The plot twist at the end blew my socks off! The only emotion I felt from the movie was shock because of the plot. What portrayed it was the prisoner who saw a man die at a young age that haunted him was actually himself from the future.

Reflection to Train To Busan

I’ve seen this movie during the summer and I chose to re-watch it and see the significance of the movie compared to the current week’s unit. The emotion of what I felt from this movie was the same as when I first watched it. This movie portrayed the emotions of what one might feel if they were to go through a zombie apocalypse. From seeing your loved ones to ultimate sacrifices one would have to make, resonated upon me.

Why I chose this scene

I felt this scene on a deeper level, because I have a group of friends that I grew up with. The teenager to see the train car filled with his zombified teammates/friends was haunting. Never in a million years would I be fine with a scenario like this because I can’t imagine a moment losing my closest friends. I would have froze the same way he did and would not know what to do.

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One Response to Films, Reflections, and GIFs

  1. Martha says:

    I love Train to Busan so much. Great choice of a scene. Any thoughts about the framing/cinematography of the shot itself? I think the foreground/background when you see the teenager frozen in fear in the background and his zombified friends, blurring in the foreground is very powerful!

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