Morgan Freeman Month #1: Shawshank Redemption, Seven

Shawshank Redemption:

In 1947, Andy Dufresne, a young banker, was sentenced to life incarceration for his wife and her lover murder. Having beautiful proclaim his innocence, he was imprisoned at Shawshank, the most severe prison of the State of Maine. There he meets Red, a Black disillusioned, held for twenty years. Thus began a great story of friendship between the two men.Frank Darabont was the director and the main actors are Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Gunton and William Sadler, released September 10, 1994. Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) a man wrongfully convicted of the murder of his wife and who will spend almost twenty years at Shawshank penitentiary, enduring various trials but also befriending Red (Morgan Freeman), another inmate.

Indeed, four years ago, he already adapted a novel by Stephen King also about life in jail. In “The Shawshank Redemption” the trial of Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) was the first show we saw, where he was sentenced to life incarceration for murdering his wife and her lover. He will meet in prison Ellis Boyd ‘Red’ Redding (Morgan Freeman) with whom he will be friends. As he would later with “The Green Mile,” Frank Darabont manages never to bore the audience for more than two hours of film.

Almost all the story takes place in the prison; distractions are rare, but there is no dead time. It takes a liking to this Andy Dufresne who says innocent, those hours in detention will not be easy because some inmates may be dangerous. But other detainees may also be good friends, and we will endeavor to progressively with several characters. Moreover, the actors are excellent, and they participate in our sympathy outlet for their characters. The screenplay is written so that it is always something happening and even a surprise at the end which was prepared from the start without one does know. This film deals with several topics. On one hand, the situation of prison inmates who are sometimes not even considered men. On the other hand, hope and importance. Without hope, there is no life. It is quite amazing that such a film, where the characters are constantly locked within four walls, managed to tackle important themes and issues of life messages as quickly.

The narration is one feature of this work. While Tim Robbins plays the main character, yet it is Morgan Freeman in charge to narrate the story. It follows Andy Dufresne but of Ellis perspective Boyd ‘Red’ Redding, it helps to have an approach to the history and the different main characters from other films.
Frank Darabont, therefore, directed his first film about the prison world of high intensity, where emotion is never far away, never bored its audience and reached to deliver healthy messages about life successfully.Seven :The freshly transferred David Mills teamed with William Somerset, a police officer assigned to very close to retirement homicides. They are responsible for investigating a sadistic psychopath killer who methodically planned his murders based on the seven deadly sins.

Seven is an American thriller from David Fincher released in 1995. Andrew Kevin Walker writes the screenplay and distributed by New Line Cinema. The primary roles are assigned to actors Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.In fourth film time, the feat has already begun: chills Survey main roles very well interpreted, and an entirely unique atmosphere. The unhealthy city where the protagonists evolve is built like a cousin of Gotham City, a world without a real identity, plagued by rain and misery. Apart from that, the talented staging of David Fincher operates, as evidenced by the dark and tr├ępignante history, and its conclusion that leaves you speechless. A thriller directed by beauty, probably still one of the largest that we can see today.

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