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Look Both Ways!

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Look Both Ways!

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  1. Look Both Ways! “Explore The Ways In Which The Novel Explores The Theme Communication” By Dean Lucas And Martynna Leu 12C

  2. Communication: We will be discussing the way communication is used throughout the film ‘look both ways’ We will discuss how each Character interacts with other people in the film, the way they communicate and the levels on which they interact with others.

  3. Media: • TV reports about Arnow Hill accident is a form of communication. • Newspaper communicates events within the community. • Andy’s articles communicate his opinion to the readers

  4. Meryl’s Drawings/ Paintings: • Meryl expresses her feelings through her paintings • Gives an in-depth view of her inner fears • Relates objects to emotion eg. Birds means freedom

  5. Sympathy Cards: • Communicates main theme of death and sorrow • Suggests grief and loss • Characters communicate with each other through sympathy cards • Shows common concerns such as love, caring and support

  6. Phil: Phil communicates with each of theses characters: • Family • Nick • Andy “This is not about you Andy” “Apparently it’s good to stay up, be optimistic”

  7. Train Driver: The Train Driver communicates with: • His Son • Julia • Own Self Esteem “I’m the train driver”

  8. Nick: • Mum and Dad • Meryl • Andy • Phil “It doesn’t matter how life ends, it matters how it was” “Poverty, war, natural disasters, then back to the mini-bar” “Do you see it when you look at me? Do you see death?”

  9. Andy: • Ex-wife Cathy • Anna • His Children • Nick “Did you do this on purpose?” “Great someone’s gone under a train near your place” “What have you got Cancer for? Cancer, Cancer?”

  10. Meryl: • Nick’s mum • Linda’s (Friend) • Nick “Cancer is always crap, what’s Leo- they’re always having a good time.” “Maybe it was meant to be…. Maybe the right thing happens”

  11. In Conclusion: • Communication is used through-out the whole film • It is used to unite characters in the film • To discover new levels of living life and reaching personal goals • Without communication each character would remain lost in their own problems.

  12. Class Activity: Match the quote to the person who said it! • “Apparently it’s good to stay up, be optimistic” • “Do you see it when you look at me? Do you see death?” • “What have you got Cancer for? Cancer, Cancer?” • “Maybe it was meant to be…. Maybe the right thing happens” • “Cross at the lights, the lights, cross at the lights” • “Did you get my slant?” • “I’ve got Arts Diary” • “Poverty, war, natural disasters, then back to the mini-bar” • “It doesn’t matter how life ends, it matters how it was” • Cathy • Anna • Nick • Andy • Meryl • Phil • Linda • Nick’s Mum • Train Driver • Julia