Brokeback

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American History

 

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Kevin B

 

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June 18, 2011

 

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University

 

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The popularity of Brokeback Mountain surprised many, but when a quality film is made with the thought of humanity in mind there is usually a good response. When that same film provokes conversation it can be assumed that society has accepted its message. Could Brokeback Mountain tell its story about homosexuality and at the same time be less dramatic and not be a great film? The filmmakers have focused so closely and with such feeling on Jack and Ennis characters, that the movie is emotionally perceptive to the audience about the struggles of heartache...
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The film relates to the vast of society, because the more it understands the individual characters, the more everyone can relate to them. Jack and Ennis are emotionally bonded to one another. The physical ache of separation from each other is carried out though out the film. There are scenes in the film that some of society may or may not have been ready for to see in film...
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