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Muriel's Wedding Analysis

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A complete analysis of P.J. Hogan's film, Muriel's Wedding (1994), within the topic of identity.

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French comedy films English-language films Films Muriel's Wedding Cinema of Australia Rhonda Rhonda Call Muriel Bill She
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“Chapter Names” on screen. Give an insight as to what is going to happen. Establishing shot of the bouquet Thrown down and all girls are trying to get it. Like a game and the bouquet is a ball. Elbowing each other. Competitive. Rough. Climbing on top of each other. This is the THE goal. To catch the bouquet, much like a game. Hands in foreground. Hands are well manicured. Lives will be regulated. Crucial moment. All young and prim and proper. None are old or wrinkly. Shot of Muriel from above First glance at Muriel is from above showing her as weak. She is crowded and overlapped by the other girls. Very squashed. Only partially seen. Like her identity. Pressure of the identities of other girls overlaps hers. She is dominated by other people. She does not know her own identity th...
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