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Film Analysis: The Great Gatsby
Director Jack Clayton’s rendition of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby brings to life the jealousy in both men and women, a concept first observed in the 1925 novel. This popular novel has been hailed as a key symbol of the “Roaring 20’s,” yet its themes transcend time in an expression of the human condition. The film's flaws, however, turn it into a glossy disappointment. With its luxurious period costumes, meticulously rich settings and props, and a cast who all look the part, this version of The Great Gatsby has all of the surface elements seductively in place. Francis Ford Coppol…
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