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Deconstruction and Film Analysis of the Movie "Eyes Wide Shut"
The sense of surrealism in the movie appears because the events are too irregular. There is a constant confusion of what has just happened there. Rather than one event leading smoothly and logically to the next, the story drifts fitfully to its abrupt conclusion.
Bill and Alice have been married for nine years. Their daily routine has become mechanized. It’s been suggested that the central theme is the contrast between things which are mechanical and those which are spontaneous. It can be said that the underlying concept behind these themes is the danger of blind faith.
Jamie Stuart (2009):
‘In the movie, like life, nothing ever seems to fit together perfectly. [...] trust is the glue which holds all the loose ends together, yet nothing should be blindly trusted...and the whole truth can never be known.’
The narrator is covert:
Narrator does not know everything of the story, the story is revealed by camera following characters from one event to another.
The narrator is heterodiegetic:
A narrator is not a character in the story.
It not very clear if the story is real or if it is a dream.…
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