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  1. Daily Dose #2 1. What do you notice about the interaction between the characters in these two scenes? Please give specific examples. They never touch. They are only ever love in their eyes. Their voices are each so powerful and they are flirtatious in their singing in the first clip. In the second, there is no judgement from him. He understands how hard it was to put herself out there like that. He supports her. Yet she is embarrassed. 2. If you have seen either or both of these actors in other films or television shows, please share your perceptions about them. I haven’t
  2. Daily Dose #1 I think the clip exhibits a lighter perspective of life than truly realistic. I believe it just doesn’t feel the need to address it. The film is a biopic. It is not taking place during the Depression era. I think it makes a joke towards him giving a way 5-pound note, but I don’t feel the darkness of the era needed to be addressed. So, it comes across as playful rather than realistic. I feel a theme to look at would be the new American dream and how in the Depression era, its still what Americans wanted. The film takes place during the end of the 1800s or early 1900s.
  3. I honestly feel that picking a favorite musical is near impossible. It's like picking your favorite movie. A friend of mine and I feel that different films define moments in your life or who you are as a person when you see it. The first film I ever watched, in its entirety, as a child was Wizard of Oz. Even to this day, I can watch it and get lost in the world that the musical sets up for its audience. My father was big into musicals and growing up, he introduced me to all sorts like West Side Story, Singin' in the Rain, 1776, Tom Thumb, My Fair Lady, Meet Me in St. Louis, and so many more. 1
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