Bend This Like Beckham
- Bend This Like Beckham
What is the goal of the beginning of your class film? How provides the director applied film associated with this section of the film to accomplish this purpose? Film techniques are being used by film directors to ascertain understanding of the characters inside the film, and also the general plan. In the film Bend That Like Beckham, directed simply by Gurinder Chadha, the purposes of the film are released and set up through the use of an array of film approaches. Such purposes which are featured especially in the first few minutes from the film range from the issue of stereotypes, the eagerness of an specific to succeed, variations in cultural morals and principles as well as the establishment of different and unique character types in which viewers are able to connect with. These are all highlighted by using techniques such as contrast, voice-over, montage, along with many other film techniques. Costuming is an important technique used by the the composer to highlight the key purpose of first the film, which is to pull attention to the issue of certain stereotypes in gender roles while perceived by society. This is emphasised in the beginning of the film through the distinction in the costuming of the two sisters, Jesminder and Pinky Bhamra. In the costuming by itself, it can be noticed that the character of both sisters are drastically several; Pinky seems to be the unoriginal traditional girl, wearing elegant street have on as your woman goes out to shopping, when Jesminder wears track pants and sportwear. Such contrast in costuming for both characters shows Pinky's femininity and Jesminder's lack of beauty. It also further more emphasise that Jesminder is very different from the common society belief of female, which in turn lead into her passion for soccer that sets her apart from her cultural and gender expectations. It can therefore be seen that although it is only the beginning of the film, the application of costuming as being a technique has proven the main purpose...