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1984 betrayal by manu

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Betrayal in 1984 by Manu

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  • 1. 19841984 BetrayalBetrayal
  • 2. OverviewOverview 1. Short1. Short summarysummary relative to “betrayal scenes“ in therelative to “betrayal scenes“ in the filmfilm - “betraying the party“- “betraying the party“ - betrayal of Julia- betrayal of Julia - betrayal of O`Brien- betrayal of O`Brien - betrayal of/to Winston- betrayal of/to Winston 2.2. InterpretationInterpretation of betrayal (some examples)of betrayal (some examples) - Julia- Julia - Party- Party - O`Brien- O`Brien
  • 3. ““Betraying“ the PartyBetraying“ the Party - Winston attemps to rebel against the constant- Winston attemps to rebel against the constant surveillance of the Thought Policesurveillance of the Thought Police - Rebel against the system- Rebel against the system - He keeps a secret diary of his private thoughts (in- He keeps a secret diary of his private thoughts (in Oceania this is “thoughtcrime“ – a crime ofOceania this is “thoughtcrime“ – a crime of independent thought contrary to the aims of theindependent thought contrary to the aims of the Party)Party)
  • 4. Betrayal of JuliaBetrayal of Julia - Winston and Julia begin an illicit affair- Winston and Julia begin an illicit affair - They meet each other- They meet each other - They don`t know that Charrington is in factThey don`t know that Charrington is in fact a covert agent of the thought policea covert agent of the thought police - They are separatedThey are separated - Winston is brought to the ministry of LOVE,- Winston is brought to the ministry of LOVE, where he is systematically tortured andwhere he is systematically tortured and brainwashed by O`Brienbrainwashed by O`Brien
  • 5. Betrayal of O`BrienBetrayal of O`Brien - O´Brien is a high member of the Inner- O´Brien is a high member of the Inner PartyParty - Winston believes him to be a good fellow- Winston believes him to be a good fellow - O´Brien schools Winston in the principles- O´Brien schools Winston in the principles of doublethinkof doublethink
  • 6. Betrayal of WinstonBetrayal of Winston - Winston has been- Winston has been brainwashedbrainwashed - Nothing is left of the- Nothing is left of the love between Winstonlove between Winston and Juliaand Julia - In the end Winston is- In the end Winston is sitting in the Cafe andsitting in the Cafe and he says: “I love you“he says: “I love you“ to the ever watchfulto the ever watchful visage of Big Brothervisage of Big Brother on the telescreenon the telescreen
  • 7. Interpretation relative to betrayalInterpretation relative to betrayal - Winston is forced to betray the woman he loves- Winston is forced to betray the woman he loves - For Winston Julia represents hope, happiness,- For Winston Julia represents hope, happiness, escape, safety, privacy, love; all the things heescape, safety, privacy, love; all the things he hasn`t gothasn`t got - By betraying Julia, he is betraying hope- By betraying Julia, he is betraying hope - Betrayal against the Party comes with its major- Betrayal against the Party comes with its major consequencesconsequences - Winston has to realize that his resistance fellow- Winston has to realize that his resistance fellow O`Brien is a spy of the PartyO`Brien is a spy of the Party
  • 8. - Winston is forced to change his beliefs in- Winston is forced to change his beliefs in “room 101“, where he is threatened by the“room 101“, where he is threatened by the things he fears most (rats)things he fears most (rats) - This is where betrayal takes place- This is where betrayal takes place - The ultimate betrayal we can see in the- The ultimate betrayal we can see in the last scene of the film: Winston admits tolast scene of the film: Winston admits to loving Big Brotherloving Big Brother 1984 portrays:1984 portrays: A FILM OF MISLEADING BELIEFS ANDA FILM OF MISLEADING BELIEFS AND ACTS OF BETRAYALACTS OF BETRAYAL
  • 9. Thank you for listeningThank you for listening
  • 10. Thank you for listeningThank you for listening