Allegory Of The Night Movie Analysis

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Camilo J Montoya Hindsight is a Cruel Lover Most folks who enjoy movies expect to see the main character struggle; ultimately, watching the hero standing victorious at the end. They normally don’t see the subtle notions of why there is even a problem. During the course of one’s lifetime they will face monumental adversity that appears to be unsurpassable; however, despairing those events may seem there is undoubtedly ways for them to be circumvented. The real trick is making sure situations never evolve to such a cataclysmic point. In 2008, the cinema picture City of Ember was released, it is an adaptation of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave targeting an audience of young children and teenagers. It portrays a scenario where for some unknown reason the planet’s surface is no longer habitable and that only drastic measures will save mankind from extinction. Therefore, in secret, a single city was built underground to house humans for a minimum of 200 years. The decedents of the city’s original 100 adults and 100 children would return to the surface without any knowledge of…show more content…
He wants to find his own path in life, basically not just sit around waiting to see what happens and is not ok with the mentality “If it’s not my job, it’s not my problem.” Doon’s father Loris Harrow tells him “The main thing is, pay attention. Pay close attention to everything, everything you see. Notice what no one else notices, and you'll know what no one else knows. What you get is what you get. What you do with what you get, that's more the point.” That how things should be seen. One should never rely solely on others for the things that are held to be true. While Doon is learning his trade as a pipe fitter he asks Sul his mentor what something does and Sul’s response is “It’s not my job!” That turns out to be Sul’s answer for every question Doon asks that isn’t part of his

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