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Review of "Last Tango in Paris."
In, Last Tango in Paris, Marlon Brando's character, Paul, is shown to the audience using the films different motifs and numerous different uses of mise-en-scene.
One of the main ideas Paul brings forth throughout the film is his desire to forget the past. There is no better example of this than the conversations that occur with Jeanne in their apartment. For instance, when Jeanne is telling a story to Paul, and states a name, Paul subsequently becomes enraged at her, yelling that there are no names in that apartment. Later he states that he has been called too many names over the course…
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