Students Name Professors Name Course Date Whiplash and Black Swan Film Analysis Introduction Whiplash is an American 2014 drama film directed and written by Damien Chazelle. The movie entails an ambitious student who aims at being great in drumming. The student Teller gets an opportunity of being a band co-drummer which is under the aggressive and abusive instructor Simmons. Teller faces various challenges which include physical abuse by the instructor as a learning process. Additionally he undergoes various psychological issues through his learning and training process. However after numerous drawbacks and failures Teller manages to achieve his dream of being a great drummer. The film depicts the psychological challenges and hardships one has to undergo to achieve greatness. On the other hand Black Swan is an American psychological horror movie produced in 2010 with Darren Aronofsky as the director. The movie involves a Nina a dancer who gets an is depicted using passionate medium close-ups. However after it is clear that Tellers girlfriend has no major intention in any arts there is a cut towards a wide two shot that makes emphasis on the difference between the two characters. Likewise In Black Swan the editors create the difference between the black and white swans through various cuts. Conclusion In conclusion both movies make it clear that greatness is not an easy journey. It shows that there is a need for one to make various transformations from the old self to a new dedicated and motivate self. However the movies vividly show that conversion is not quite easy since it entails psychological emotional and physical changes. Therefore the young talented individuals with ambitions of being great should be aware of the physical emotional and mental struggles one as to undergo to achieve that objective. Works Cited Whiplash Black Swash [...]
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