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Chandude1

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  1. Their personalities definitely clash and it’s visible in the early courtship. Marie is hesitant to change her ways to adapt to her relationship with Sergeant Bruce. This is reflective in the second scene where she just can’t read the room and adjust her performance accordingly. As mentioned before, interactions between supposed lovers were greatly limited.
  2. I think it exhibits a brighter perspective on life rather than emphasizing the reality of the era. This clip exhibits opportunity and hope. I agree with Popcorn97, we go to movies in our good and bad times and we expect to see movies that make us feel better about ourselves, though that isn't always the case. Definitely greed and desired omnipotence are recurring themes particularly in Depression era musicals. When times are low, people will do whatever it takes despite the morality or legality to get what they want, and their actions easily supply the conflict of some great shows. I agree with previous users too in that more risks might have been taken in terms of costuming and general sexual situations might have been included.
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