Analysis of Diexes and Definiteness


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  2. 2. THE KING'S SPEECH Release date: December 10, 2010 Tuesday April 19, 2011 (dvd) Genre: Drama Running time: 118 min. Director: Tom Hooper Studio: Alliance Films Producer(s): Iain Canning, Gareth Unwin, Emile Sherman Screenplay: David Seidler Cast: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Michael Gambon, Timothy Spall, Jennifer Ehle, Derek
  3. 3. SYNOPSIS OF THE KING'S SPEECH Biopic about Britain's King George VI (father of present day Queen Elizabeth II) and his lifelong struggle to overcome his speech impediment. Suffering from a stammer from the age of 4 or 5, the young Prince Albert dreaded any public speaking engagement and history records that his speech at the closing of the 1925 Commonwealth exhibition in London was difficult for both him and everyone listening that day. He tried many different therapies over many years but it was only when he met Lionel Logue, a speech therapist, that he truly began to make progress. Logue did not have a medical degree but had worked as an elocution coach in the theater and had worked with shell-shocked soldiers after World War I. Through a variety of techniques - and much hard work - he learns to speak in such a way so as to make his impediment a minor problem and delivers a faultless speech heard around the world by radio when the UK declared war on Nazi Germany in 1939. The King and Logue remained lifelong friends.
  4. 4. ANALYSIS The King’s Speech is a kind of non-fiction story because this film is based on a true story. This film is about a king who is suffering stammer. All things which are include in this film are real and so do every setting and background which are used.
  5. 5. DIEXIS BERTIE : You look like a Christmas tree. He smiles wanly. • You refers to Bertie • He refers to Bertie KING GEORGE : Get on with it. Show what you're made of! • You refers to Bertie LIONEL : Boys, I think we'd best go up. • Boys refers to Peter and Valentine • I refers to Lionel BERTIE : David called. He said come round to The Fort on Friday and stay for dinner. • He refers to David
  6. 6. LIONEL : She was...too high and mighty. Know what I mean. • She refers to Elizabeth • I refers to Lionel MYRTLE : We wouldn't want that. • We refers to Lionel and Myrtle KING GEORGE : When I'm dead that boy will ruin himself, this family, and this nation, within twelve months. Who'll pick up the pieces? Hitler terrorizing half of Europe, Stalin the other half. Who'll stand between us, the jackboots, and the proletarian abyss? You? • I refers to King George • That boy refers to David • You refers to Bertie
  7. 7. REAL THINGS • Buckingham Palace refers to the official residence and office of the British monarch. • BBC Broadcasting Studio refers to the headquarters and registered office of the BBC in Portland Place and Langham Place, London • Webley Stadium refers to a football stadium located in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England. • Sandringham refers to the house which privately owned by the British Royal Family and is located on the royal Sandringham Estate, England. • Windsor Castle refers to a medieval castle and royal residence in Windsor in the English county of Berkshire. • Westminster Abbey refers to a large church, in the City of Westminster, London, United Kingdom. • ST. James Palace refers to one of London's oldest palaces.
  8. 8. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL Release date: July 9, 2003 Tuesday December 2, 2003 (dvd) Genre: Adventure Running time: 143 min. Director: Gore Verbinski Studio: Walt Disney Pictures producer(s): Jerry Bruckheimer Screenplay: Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio Cast: Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Jonathan Pryce
  9. 9. SYNOPSIS OF PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL For the roguish, yet charming Captain Jack Sparrow, the crystalline waters of the Caribbean, like the high seas the world over, present a vast playground where adventures and mystery abound. But Jack’s idyllic life capsizes after his nemesis, the wily Captain Barbossa steals his ship, the Black Pearl, and later attacks the town of Port Royal, kidnapping the Governor’s beautiful daughter, Elizabeth Swann. Elizabeth’s childhood friend, Will Turner, joins forces with Jack to commandeer the fastest ship in the British fleet, the Interceptor, in a gallant attempt to rescue her and recapture the Black Pearl. The duo and their motley crew are pursued by Elizabeth’s betrothed, the ambitious Commodore Norrington , aboard the Dauntless. Unbeknownst to Will, there is a curse that has doomed Barbossa and his crew to live forever as the undead, where on each moonlit night, they are transformed into living skeletons. The curse they carry can be broken only if a once plundered treasure is restored.
  10. 10. ANALYSIS Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of The Black pearl is a kind of fiction story because in this film there are many fictional things which are create for the necessity of the film. Some things and settings which are include in this film are real but there are also some unreal or fictional things.
  11. 11. DIEXIS GIBBS : 'Aye, Captain. Bad luck to have a woman on board, too. Even a mini'ture one. • Captain refers to Norrington • One refers to Elizabeth ELIZABETH : I think it would be rather exciting to meet a pirate. • I refers to Elizabeth SWAN : Elizabeth, I want you to accompany the boy. He's in your charge now. You'll watch over him? • I refers to Swan • You refers to Elizabeth • He refers to the boy
  12. 12. JACK : None? Very well. You've rumbled me. I confess: I intend to commandeer one of these ships, pick up a crew in Tortuga, and go out on the account, do a little honest pirating. • You refers to Murtogg and Mullroy • I refers to Jack MURTOGG : I said, no lies. • I refers to Murtogg MULLR0Y : I think he's telling the truth. • I refers to Mullroy • He refers to Jack
  13. 13. REAL AND UNREAL THINGS • Caribbean (real) • • • • • • • : refers to a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western hemisphere. Port Royal (real) : refers to a city located at the end of the Palisadoes at the mouth of the Kingston Harbour, in southeastern Jamaica. Fort Charles (real) : refers to military fort on the Caribbean island. Dauntless (real) : refers to the second ship of the Type 45 class of air defence destroyer built for the Royal Navy. Tortuga (real) : refers to La Tortuga Island, in the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela. Black Pearl (unreal) Interceptor (unreal) Isla De Muerta (unreal)