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Greek tragedies were often seen as the foundation to literature not only for the Greeks but also on a universal scale as well. Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex was one of the more infamous tales because of its provocative and unorthodox nature. The tragedy features a man on a quest to prevent the events of his prophesized…
Donnie Darko Donnie Darko was a 2001 fantasy film. It contained comedy and drama. Darko was a “under the radar” type of film due to its release around September eleventh two thousand one. Since then it has grown in popularity and even inspired many up and coming directors. Donnie Darko has many avenues of interpretation….
Donnie Darko is a movie with deeper, greater meaning than the material that is presented. Throughout the movie, there are many reoccurring themes and ideas. These ideas resurface to remind the viewers of the messages that are weaved within the script. These ideas that constantly resurface quietly and secretly help to shape the character’s within…
A fundamentally existentialist philosophy for living in the world on the part of both protagonists, would be Existence Before Essence. Donnie never have dreamt of doing anything bad to cause harm to anyone, especially those of his family members. His ongoing meetings with the rabbit keep telling him evil plans to ruin someone’s day or…
Belonging is a perception shaped within personal, social, cultural and historical context. While to most the concept only includes acceptance and harmony, there can be two sides to belonging, and Donnie Darko explores this idea through its characters and their context in the film. Donnie Darko is set against the backdrop of the 1988 Bush…