REPULSION Analysis of an aspect of visual form in the film ‘Repulsion’ by Roman Polanski By B Marshall In the 1964/65 film ‘Repulsion’ by Roman Polanski, the story is about the conflict between valet de chambre and fantasy or sanity and insanity inside the pregnant character’s mind – carol played by Catherine Deneuve. Therefore the narrative technique of symbolism is used to wake visually to the film’s audience what happens to chant’s mind. In this particular instance, the degeneration of Carol’s shore up of mind is symbolised.
Carol’s state of mind degenerates, or breaks down because of her repulsion of masculinity in a conditioned context. Through Carol’s eyes, we see masculinity as being aggressive, obsessive, crude/sexually suggestive, rapacious and sinister, and although these are apelike traits, they are not a full representation of males/masculinity in society. Therefore one can see that Carol has misunderstoo...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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