Critical article about the movie “out of africa”

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Critical article about the movie “out of Africa”.

This movie wrote by Sydney Pollack, left in 1985, with the famous actors, Robert Redford, Meryl Streep, and Klaus Maria Brandauer was a dramaticcomedy who takes place in Africa when the Westerners became the First World War. The story begin in 1913, Karen Blixen, a Danish woman, marries a friend for the title of Baroness and they move toAfrica and start a coffee plantation. Things unfold when her husband begins cheating on her, and is away on business often, so she's at home alone, working on the farm and bonding with two men she metin her first day in Africa. She eventually falls in love with the one, Denys Finch-Hatton and goes on safari and whatnot with him. Later, she begins to want more from him than the simple relationshipthey have and pushes marriage, but Denys still wants his freedom. By the end, she's gained a much better understanding and respect for the African culture than when she came.Denys die in a aeroplanecrash and Karen see his farm burn by accident. She was ruin so she had to come back in Europe. Her last mission she had to finish was to found place for her Kikuyus, so she begs the governor of thecolonies to take care of them. She has surely discovered the passion who binds mens of different nation. In my opinion, this movie is a little bit too old for guys who know allof we know today. This movie had so many longuers, and had no action, no fun, no suspense…
The principals’ characters are:
• The narrator - The narrator of the novel. Karen is a Danish female,who generally cloaks her true identity throughout the book. On several minor occasions her name is revealed as Baroness Blixen. The narrator is portrayed as being friendly, kind, brave, adventurous andoutgoing. Occasionally, some of her ideas suggest an inherent condescension towards the middle class, while maintaining that the natives and certain Europeans possess a certain innate aristocracy....