Essay heading: 10 Things I Hate About You

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July 20, 1996

 

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This is obvious as there are quite dull and boring colours that most schools incorporate into their buildings and the lockers (or cupboards if this was in an office of the principal, student counselor etc.). There are a few windows and potted plants. You can also see a few items (probably personal items) on the top of the lockers/cupboards...
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You can also see a few items (probably personal items) on the top of the lockers/cupboards. Serious (between Pat and Kat in their confrontation, kind of serious in the conversation between Kat, Cameron and Bianca and quite a serious scene between Pat, Kat and Joey), humorous (Ms Perky looks quite amusing and adds humour to the still to the right), playful (the still where Bianca and Cameron are together), light hearted (the whole movie is in a light hearted sense, as it is a romantic comedy) and action packed (a bit action packed in the middle left still where Kat finds out about the deal) are some of the impressions that you get about the mood of the film from these stills...
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