Le Film "Signs" Essay

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Le titre du film est Signs. Les caractères principaux sont Mel Gibson comme Graham Hess (le père et un prêtre), Joaquin Pheonix comme Merrill Hess (le frère de Graham), Rory Culkin comme Morgan Hess (le fils de Graham) et Abigail Breslin comme Bo Hess (la fille de Graham). Le reglage a lieu sur une maison douce et son champs de maïs dans le Comté de Dollars, Pensylvanie. La femme de Graham et la mère de Morgan et d'odeur corporelle avait passé loin dans un accident de voiture, et pour quelque raison étrange, la famille a su qu'elle avait la capacité une espèce de télépathique, mais au lieu de donner de sagesse de Graham, elle celui a dit d'eux're les mémoires d'un jeu de baseball. Que seul a fait Graham questionne sa foi et a enseigné se qui il n'y avait pas Dieu. Donc il cesse est prêtre. Quand même, Merrill s'est déplacé dans avec son Graham de frère pour aider hors. Premier, la famille de quatre se rend compte que les choses sur la ferme ont été différentes dernièrement y compris le maïs étant courbé dans une espèce de "l'art," et les chiens qui agissent étrangement, mais ceci n'inclut pas l'étrange "l'eau de robinet" l'odeur corporelle d'incident avoir keep on. La famille remarque alors des créatures bizarres entourant leur maison, et bientôt découvrent ils sont des étrangers. Les petits changements sont bientôt remarqués comme l'audience des voix d'étrangers par-dessus le moniteur de bébé et regarder la télévision et regardent les autres conceptions soignées dans les champs faits par l'extra-terrestre. Prochain, la famille et le repos du début mondial pour accepter du fait qui il y a une autre forme de vie sur la planète qui essaie d'envahir. L'odeur corporelle, Morgan et Merrill commencent à faire alors la recherche sur les créatures et découvrent que les étrangers sont hostiles que qui signifie qu'ils essaient d'utiliser notre terre pour habiter parce qu'ils ont épuisé tout le de ressources sur eux'possède de nouveau la planète. Graham chiffre alors que les étrangers pourraient attaquer,...

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