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Hello readers! I am Tuan Rosmaizatuakmal Tuan Manan. This blog is an educational blog fro my Digital and Media Communication subject. I currently in semester 5 in Kolej Profesional Mara Indera Mahkota, Kuantan.

Saturday, 18 February 2012

The Pianist, living in the war.

"The Pianist" is the biographical war movie that begins in Warsaw, Poland in September, 1939, at the outbreak of the Second World War, first introducing Wladyslaw (Wladek) Szpilman, who works as a pianist for the local radio. He is the brilliant pianist who can escapes deportation and eludes capture by living in the ruins of Warsaw.
The Polish Army has been defeated in three weeks by the German Army and Szpilman's radio station is bombed while he plays live on the air. This story starring by Adrien Brody 

 At the first site, i thought that this movie will make me boring and how could i burned out with World war II era war, but i get it wrong. Instead, while watching this video definitely make me hard to understand for what is actually they are talking about. But, i force my self to stick with this video and the result is the two hours an half long had give me very good impression about the story line. Especially the rhythm from the sounds of the piano make me feel the qualities of the story. 

When the video reaching their climax where as i saw the old man in the wheelchair had been thrown out from the apartment by the evil Nazis its really make feel the hard time that they are facing by right they such an innocent people who are suppose to get suffer at this World War II. From my observation. the pianist is not for everyone and i don't think also kids are suitable to watch this kind of video because its is coldly brutal and violence. This video also shown the uncensored, unapologetic towards the humankind.   

By watching this kind of video make me feel very thankful by living in very harmony and peace country which is had stay far away from the world war. Instead, The Pianist had play the role about people who had suffered to fight for their right in their own country.

Jack The Ripper was a Serial Killer

      The Jack the Ripper murders occurred in the East End of London in 1888 and, although the Whitechapel Murderer was only a threat to a very small section of the community in a relatively small part of London, the murders had a huge impact on society as a whole.  the best-known as serial killer. One of the things that puzzles many people about this particular long ago murder spree is quite why the crimes are still so famous, even though over a hundred and twenty years have elapsed since they occurred.
      By the video that i've watch, Dramatic reconstructions bring the streets of Whitechapel in 1888 vividly to life, whilst contemporary Victorian photographs and maps provide an insight into what the streets looked like then and of the layout of the district where the murders occurred.
      If, as is generally believed, Jack the ripper had only five victims then he wasn't a particularly prolific murderer compared to many who have come since, and the fact that his so-called reign of terror lasted a mere twelve or so weeks means that he wasn't at large for a particularly long period of time. Yet there is little doubt that he is the world's most famous serial killer. Why should this be?
Several factors combined to help make this series of crimes famous all over the world. Not least amongst them was the fact that the newspapers of the day gave a huge amount of coverage to the crimes and provided their readers with daily updates on them with the result that Jack the Ripper effectively became a menacing media figure.
        Next, the area in which the killings occurred was perceived as being a hotbed of vice and villainy, and a breeding ground for social unrest, squalor and disease. The Whitechapel Murderer, in the eyes of the wider Victorian society, came to be seen as the personification of all the evils with which the East End of London was associated.
          Finally, there was, of course, the name by which the killer came to be known - Jack the Ripper. It was this name - which was probably the invention of a journalist - that had the effect of turning five sordid East End murders into an international phenomenon and of catapulting the unknown miscreant responsible into the realm of legend.