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    • 1984 Betrayal
    • Overview
      • 1. Short summary relative to “betrayal scenes“ in the film
      • - “betraying the party“
      • - betrayal of Julia
      • - betrayal of O`Brien
      • - betrayal of/to Winston
      • 2. Interpretation of betrayal (some examples)
      • - Julia
      • - Party
      • - O`Brien
    • “ Betraying“ the Party
      • - Winston attemps to rebel against the constant
      • surveillance of the Thought Police
      • - Rebel against the system
      • - He keeps a secret diary of his private thoughts (in Oceania this is “thoughtcrime“ – a crime of independent thought contrary to the aims of the Party)
    • Betrayal of Julia
      • - Winston and Julia begin an illicit affair
      • - They meet each other
      • They don`t know that Charrington is in fact a covert agent of the thought police
      • They are separated
      • - Winston is brought to the ministry of LOVE, where he is systematically tortured and brainwashed by O`Brien
    • Betrayal of O`Brien
      • - O´Brien is a high member of the Inner Party
      • - Winston believes him to be a good fellow
      • - O´Brien schools Winston in the principles of doublethink
    • Betrayal of Winston
      • - Winston has been brainwashed
      • - Nothing is left of the love between Winston and Julia
      • - In the end Winston is sitting in the Cafe and he says: “I love you“ to the ever watchful visage of Big Brother on the telescreen
    • Interpretation relative to betrayal
      • - Winston is forced to betray the woman he loves
      • - For Winston Julia represents hope, happiness, escape, safety, privacy, love; all the things he hasn`t got
      • - By betraying Julia, he is betraying hope
      • - Betrayal against the Party comes with its major consequences
      • - Winston has to realize that his resistance fellow O`Brien is a spy of the Party
      • - Winston is forced to change his beliefs in “room 101“, where he is threatened by the things he fears most (rats)
      • - This is where betrayal takes place
      • - The ultimate betrayal we can see in the last scene of the film: Winston admits to loving Big Brother
      • 1984 portrays:
      • A FILM OF MISLEADING BELIEFS AND ACTS OF BETRAYAL
    • Thank you for listening