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Filmanalyse: Analyse av The Last King of Scotland
Analyse av filmen "The Last King of Scotland", regissert av Kevin MacDonald. Filmen sammenlignes med boka "The Sociological Imagination", skrevet av C. Wright Mills (1959).
Filmanalysen kommer inn på budskap, fortellermåte, karakteristikk av de mest sentrale personene i The Last King of Scotland og elevens egen mening om filmen.
93% = Tilnærmet toppkarakter.
The Last King of Scotland is a film based on Giles Foden’s novel of the same name and inspired by real people and events. The Scottish director Kevin Mcdonald directed the film in Glasgow, Scotland and Uganda. The film takes place in the 1970s, to the time when Idi Amin (played by Forest Whitaker) was the despot of Uganda. At the time, Uganda was notorious for being “the black sheep” of Africa, because of its abusive behaviour of human rights and Amin’s personified evilness. Thinking of his behaviour towards Uganda’s citizens and opponents (his own citizens and opponents), he also tended to invade his foreign neighbours... Kjøp tilgang for å lese mer