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Donnie Darko: Critique of Suburbia
Following in the footsteps of movies like Edward Scissorhands, and Pleasantville, Richard Kelly creates a suburbia in his film Donnie Darko that seems out of this world, but in actuality, he shows a suburban town that is so close to real life that it strikes the viewer and forces him or her to reevaluate their own outlook on suburban life. Irony is the tool that Richard Kelly uses to show that the cast of characters, in this almost play-like suburban life, are really the evil that they try so hard to defeat. Many of the characters in the movie are weak minded and are easily influenced in…
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