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An analysis of two themes found the film "Becket," and how those themes can be relevant today. Done as a contemporary to Murder in the Cathedrial and Canterbury Tales.
There are a number of themes that can be extracted from the play based film, "Becket." They range everywhere from loyalty, honor, and friendship to politics and religious views of the time and concepts of secular and spiritual seperations. Many of these concepts presented in the film hold much contemporary relavance.
What seems to be the most prevalent theme in "Becket" is honor. When looking into the film, we are
made to ask the question "what is honor and who through the film has it?" Acording to Thomas a Becket, "Honor is a private matter within; it's an idea, and every man has his…
- An analysis of two themes found the film "Becket," and how those themes can be relevant today. Done as a contemporary to Murder in the Cathedrial and Canterbury Tales.
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