The scene opens with the couples dancing to the traditional Blue Dabube Walt — this is a classical and very famous piece of music by Johann Strauss, it is light and rhythmic and from the very beginning Luhrman has established the "known" world of ballroom dancing.Doug wears monotone clothing and integrates with the background, showing that he does not belong. Belonging refers to a cherished sense of being part of a communiny or fitting in well with the surroundings. We can see Scott is being more alienated from his family and the ballroom dancing community. Two types of scene interact and juxtapose to provide a contrast of the sheer romance and bravery of Scott and Fan dancing against those around them, Shirley, Doug, Barry and Liz. Luhrmann uses costume and body language to stress who belongs and who does not belong in such a world. Close-ups of people laughing are juxtaposed with long shots of Fran and Scott dancing, showing that they are laughing at the way he dances. How to cite this essay Choose cite format:. I took this class because I love dancing even if it in my room in front of the mirror with the door closed. His face is crimson red representing his fiendish ways. The first two stanzas set the context for the poem.
Nineteen Minutes supports and challenges the idea of belonging through exposition diary entries and the different groups represented, the dominant techniques throughout the novel are point of view and structure. Nineteen Minutes is a tragic and emotional novel, but teenagers are able to relate more due to the teenage characters and high school setting.The costumes are traditional, sparkly and colourful and we see the supposed "elegant" side of ballroom dancing. Close-ups of people laughing are juxtaposed with long shots of Fran and Scott dancing, showing that they are laughing at the way he dances. Scott lives in a hypothetical world of dance where his every move is choreographed by the dance academy and his unrealistic mother. Close-up camera and low angle shots are used to show the authority and cruelty of Barry Fife within the world of ballroom dancing. Belcher was having try-outs for Mrs. Fran and her family have an ethnic Spanish background. When Scott is dancing in the Southern Districts Waratah opening scene where the red curtains are drawn and the dancers begin their monotonous, yet colourful routines. At the end of the scene, Scott is spinning, it is a technique which provides a segue into the next scene.
Ironically, Doug has been alienated because of his dancing. As a matter of fact I wasn't even sure what a hobby actually was. The persona then refers to another person who does belong.
Belcher was having try-outs for Mrs. Fran also does not belong. With dancing, you have to do more than Just move your body into different positions.