Cinematic Manipulation of History in "The Last of the Mohicans"
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Natural scenes in film are shown greatly. As from history it is know that tribes in Canada territory were living near to water (Hudson River, Pacific Ocean). There mentality is affected by it and even the name of one character Muh-he-con-nuk means "great waters or sea, which are constantly in motion, either flowing or ebbing’’ shows that nature helped them, was an inspiration to become good warriors. They are shown fast, cruel, aggressive, the one who never get lost in woods, as a great contrast to American and force. However they become interested in European offered goods, in film it’s shown that although they at first are afraid of white people, they somehow make fur exchanging, especially guns.…
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