Breaking the Stereotypical Description of Christianity by the use of Life Changing Events Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Breaking the Stereotypical Description of Christianity by the use of Life Changing Events. The films the Da Vinci Code The Grace Card and The Shack are philosophical films which are based on Christian values and beliefs. The films are objectification of the struggle with matters of faith after an experience which leads them to question their belief in God or a relished Christian symbol and ideology. The movie has a common theme in that all the characters have a transformation at the end of the film where they realize the true intended meaning and revelation of the answers to the questions they had been doubting. Transformation in this sense is not physical rather that it is a mental revelation of the aspect of affirming one’s belief on something which had long been having confessions and asking for forgiveness. His family and companions readily forgive him and he is a changed man already moved from his son’s death. The films are based on the aspect of finding the true meaning and worth about some of the events which happen in real life and on historical perspectives. The films are the embodiment of the struggle to understand why some events occur and how they can change a person’s life. In this case the theme of transformation taking a center piece which is the culmination of gaining revelation and insight of how things are from the Christian perspective and belief. References Evans D. (2010). The Grace Card. United States: Grace Works Pictures Provident Films. Hazeldine S. (2017). The Shack. United States: TIK Films (Hong Kong) Limited Gil Netter Productions Windblown Media. Howard R. (2010). The Da Vinci Code. United States: Imagine Entertainment Rainmaker Digital Effects Skylark Productions. [...]
Choose a minimum of THREE PSYCHOLOGICAL MOVIES and discuss THE(only one) psychological theme that they all have in common. Must discuss/mention: Breaking stereotypes, The ideology of the films, Binary opposites within the movies, cinematography used, archetypes and their roles in the films , symbolism that shaped the film, and any big transformations(if any) that were noticed in characters: emotionally or literally.