Charaters In Bride Wars Essay

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Vojna med nevestamaDolžina: 1h 30min / 90minLeto: 2009Država: ZDAScenarij: Greg DePaul, Casey Wilson in June Diane RaphaelRežija: Gary WinickIgrajo: Kate Hudson, Anne HathawayŽanr: komedijaZa analizo sem izbrala ameriško komedijo "Vojna med nevestama". Najprej na kratko o vsebini filma: Odvetnica Liv (Kate Hudson) in učiteljica Emma(Anne Hathaway) sta najboljši prijateljici, ki že od malih nog sanjata in načrtujeta svoji popolni poroki. V kratkem bosta realizirali svoje sanje in vsak čas zaživeli srečno do konca svojih dni. Toda ko napaka pri rezervaciji lokacije poročnih slavij povzroči, da bi morala ena od njiju nekoliko prilagoditi načrte, nobena noče popustiti, zato se vname prava (pred)poročna vojna. Drobna zbadanja prerastejo v niz brezkompromisnih sabotaž, s katerimi želita druga drugi uničiti poroko. Dolgoletno prijateljstvo med Liv in Emmo je pred najhujšo preizkušnjo.Liv je uspešna odvetnica, vajena dobiti, kar hoče, med drugim popolno službo in popolnega moškega,. Zato se lahko zadovolji samo s popolno poroko, o kateri je sanjala vrsto let. Emma, učiteljica, ki ji je šla skrb za druge vedno dobro od rok, skrb zase pa ne tako zelo, odkrije osebnostno "moč" , ko je ogrožena njena sanjska poroka. Najboljši prijateljici, ki sta si vedno stali ob strani, se zdaj brez vsakršnih zadržkov spopadeta, njun spor pa se lahko sprevže celo v vojno, v kateri je dovoljeno vse.Filma ima edinstven in zajedljiv pogled na ženske. Ta dva lika si ne bi mogla biti bolj blizu, čeprav sta značajsko povsem različna. Emma gre skozi življenje malce preveč pasivno. Je zares prijazna, zvesta prijateljica in nekdo, ki se dobro počuti v ozadju. A ko je ogrožen njen poročni dan, se je zanj pripravljena boriti. Prvič v življenju...

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