Why Movies Based on Culture and Creativity are Important
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Different types of movies can have a different impact on every individual. Everyone ends up with their own takeaways from a film they have just watched. They can be very instrumental in providing knowledge about cultures and nationalities. They are often produced by highly creative minds, and some of the best movies are even adapted into games (you can view a list of blockbuster-inspired games here)The following are some prime examples that are great for kids as well as adults.
This is a movie that revolves around music. A young musician named Miguel is out to make a name for himself in the music world. In his culture, however, there is a ban on music. However, Miguel ventures off into the land of the dead and make an astonishing discovery. He finds out that his great-great-grandpa was a famous singer in his time.
Lost In Translation
Here, the setting of the movie takes place in Tokyo, Japan, which gives its viewers some insight into this wonderful country. The story is about a "has been" movie star and a young lady who forms an unusual bond together.
Far and Away
This is a movie about finding prosperity in the United States. It revolves around a man and woman who had to flee Ireland and ended up in the United States. This was just the beginning of a long journey that was to present them with many struggles.
Each of these movies revolves around culture and is intricately produced through the creativity of its producers. Not only are they most enjoyable to watch, there is much to be learned from them.