My topic is on videogames and why violent videogames cannot be blamed for causing real-world acts of violence such as the school shootings of the recent past.
Everyone has a different ideology, or they might be the same with various tweaks here and there, but for the most part, we all see ourselves in a different light.
The man in black sitting on what looks like a trolley in some foreign country seems out of place, and it's with Barthes Five Codes I can determine what this man is genuinely feeling or thinking.
Billy Elliot isn't just a film about growing up and finding who you are but it's about society clashing against the government for a better life but through the eyes of Billy Elliot.
Killing Them Softly, it's an art-house film at its core, but I wouldn't go as far to call it an indie.