Comparing The Red Shoes And Alan Parker's Fame

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Artists make art to satisfy their emotional needs. Their fundamental purpose is to continuously create new beauty, to express inner desire and emotion. Text, painting, sculpture, architecture, music, dance, drama, film and so on all belong to art, and all of them can express beautiful acts. Making art affects artists in very deep ways, which affects what they care and think about. There are two movies that depict how artists choose the road of pursuing art and what does director think about between art, affection and fame. One is The Red Shoes directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger in 1948. The other one is Alan Parker’s Fame released in 1980. The characters of The Red Shoes and Fame all experienced four stages: gain, loss, pursuit,…show more content…
When Page readied to play on the red shoes again, Caster came to the company to ask Page to give up the show and left with his. Lermontov asked Page to stay to let she achieved her desire that became a famous ballerina. Page was a serious conflict in her mind, and she loves Caster as well as loved ballet. Ultimately, She chose to jump off the building to end her life. At the end of her life, Page finally realized what did she want to choose. “Take off the red shoes” express Page who chose love, but that comprehension was too late. Caster and Lermontov also realized that love is not selfish, not possessive. The relationship between parents and students in Fame is also a bright spot. Some of the parents mean reality and some of them symbolize stress. All of them were affecting the children to understand something no matter which type of parents. During the high school, the young people comprehended the gap between aspiration and reality. They knew that fame could blind people’s eyes, and it is axiomatic that life is not always easy. The only way to overcome the difficulties that became strong. Such as Montgomery said, “A real artist must never be afraid of what other people will say about

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