Within this contemporary-fairy tale, Whale Rider also entails a spiritual bond that the main character, Paikea, has with a quasi-mystical creature, represented as a whale.Through the story of Whale Rider, viewers able able to receive a positive take on religion.Whale Rider is a beneficial movie to anyone who watches it.Rebirth and Resurrection also play an important role in Whale Rider, particularly when Paikea rides the whale, Taniwha.A famous Critic, Bob Berney, presented Whale Rider with high ratings.
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First things should be a little Koro toes part become Whale Rider.Koro and the ancient cattle whale Kahu told the ancient bull whale indirectly to fulfill her destiny, but also to ensure that Kahu is the future of Whale Rider.Second, a person who can negotiate the whale on behalf of his / her next, Kahu, she will speak of the whale, which is the the Kahu fate of the ability of future chief.This quotes is very important, because Kahu You can communicate with whales.Fate is very important Kahu fulfill her dream to become the next Whale Rider.To meet Kahu fate of almost help her become the first woman Whale Rider.
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“Whale Rider” is a contemporary re-telling of the 1000-year-old legend about legendary first ancestor named Paikea.So “The Whale Rider” shows deep levels of character development: as we see Koro’s great sadness, Nanny’s love for the family, and how Pai’s .The film ”Whale rider” is considered to be a personal and family drama, showing that families even in the most far away parts of the world have similar relations and personal problems.“Whale Rider” is a drama film of the 2002, based on the novel of Witi Ihimaera, and directed by Niki Caro.“Whale Rider” shows so many interesting and emotional themes: failure and hope, strength, and determination, all of them are witnessed in the points of past, present, and future ideals.
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Paikea: “My name is Paikea Apirana, and I come from a long line of chiefs stretching all the way back to the whale rider.“Whale Rider”shows emotional experience of a young Maori girl, Pai, who is the main character and the most bright personality in the film.“Whale Rider” is a unique, untypical and fascinating film.“Whale Rider” is a great example of the problems that many cultures and families are facing around the world.“Whale Rider” is a drama film of the 2002, based on the novel of Witi Ihimaera, and directed by Niki Caro.
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Ihimaera does a great job of manipulating the motivation of the reader and intertwining it with the motivation of the characters while also leaving a prism in the middle of reality and literature where some of the gaps and missing pieces are left to be filled with the reader’s empathy, curiosity and imagination.Those years keep Kahu a “question” and make us, like Rawiri, unable to wait for her to come of age and either become the whale rider or not.Whale Rider carries itself primarily on motivation towards “the end”.For Rawiri, Nanny Flowers, and even Kahu herself, it is for the end of Kahu’s childhood and for the answers to be revealed.In Witi Ihimaera’s novel “Whale Rider” we follow Rawiri as he goes through his life watching the growt...
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Xplore Inc, 2013.Newmarket Films, 2003.As seen in the eyes of Paikea, from the movie Whale Rider, a leader is a guide, someone who guides his or her people in the right directions, someone who does all he or she can do to improve his or her land.Keisha Castle-Hughes, Rawiri Paratene, Vicky Haughton, Cliff Curtis.“Antigone.” McDougal Little Literature: American Literature.
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Koro later realises the error of his ways and acknowledges Pai as their leader, “Wise leader, forgive me.Koro’s epiphany is thus one of the greatest differences between the two texts, as he is able to surpass the greatest obstacle in his journey and move forward, whereas Okonkwo is unable to change, leading to his death.Similar to Okonkwo, Koro progresses on a journey, beginning at the height of power, with Caro using several symbols to signify this, such as the whale tooth.Works Cited: .[Film]”The Whale Rider”.
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At the heart of any religion is the ability for an individual Works Cited Caro, N. (Director).King, L. W. (2014, April 30th).(2014, April 30.th).TAKITIMU: The Gods of Maori.This shows that because religion/s around the world have practiced their core beliefs in an attempt to guide humanities behaviors, yet , as we can observe with the “Whale Rider,” even the most influential community and cultural leaders can become miscued in their ideologies.
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The luxurious photography which is taken underwater and enhanced by digital effects and models together with the energizing rhythms of performance, editing and sounds depicts the transformation of Pai into a whale rider.Whale Rider is a contemporary fairy film, which depicts our celebration to our spiritual bond together with our natural environment.In the film there are no whites and there are only children t-shirts and some music which comes from a boom box that suggest the encroaching force of the majority who had control (Rountree, pg 98-99).The film has is thrilling as it unfolds seamingly with Maori music and rituals which bridges the spoken language.Whale Rider never becomes a saccharine because it is partly a straight tale and al...
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Throughout the movie, Whale Rider, Pai persistently strives to show her grandfather her strength and even goes as far as trying to join the school Koro establishes because she wants to learn the proper way to be the leader of the Maori culture.When Koro tests the male students at his school and none of the boys succeed in finding the whale tooth and Pai does, Koro chooses to overlook the fact that the gods choose Pai as the next Maori leader.The stories both have women trying to persevere in a world where they have less rights, and strong leaders trying to suppress them.Whale Rider portrays the story of a young Maori girl who is trying to become the leader of her tribe.The tragic heroes in “Antigone” and Whale Rider, Creon and Koro, are ...
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Whereby dan foreman didn’t have any legitimate auothority after some one took his place .even though his colleagues remains silent and listens to him .. Dan foreman came from the old school of thought about life this illustrates by foreman’s married life and his kids ,the life style at home and his successful career in the movie .he was some one who believed in trusthworthy ,honesty and etc .The legend prophesizes that another whale rider will be born to lead the Maori people.This leadership position in the whale rider is a part of the Ngati konochi, residents of the small fishing village of Whangara New Zealand (where they filmed the movie in reality).When the whales happen to stranded on the beach, Koro is sure this signal an apocalyp...
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“Forgive me, I am just fledging new to fight” Koro knows he has done wrong and has changed his attitude completely towards the situation.In this scene extreme close-ups and close-ups are used to create a sympathetic mood and provides interaction between the characters and the viewer.The film Whale Rider I about a young girl named Paikea.In the room when they are both alone, Pai is unconscious when Koro says to her “Wise leader” this shows that Koro has faced the facts that Pai is the born leader.There are many physical examples shown in the film whale rider, especially shown in the scene at the beginning of the film at the hospital.
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As seen with Ralph and Jack, there are many differentials as well as similarities between each other because everybody has their own techniques in handling situations and the way they react to such complications like being stranded on a deserted island.Koro is a man of great strength, power, ability and faith, “when you extend your tongue you are saying to your enemy I am going to eat you.” In the film Koro goes in search for a new leader of the Maori people however does not realise that the answer to his problems is right in front of his face.Through close observation of the characters and how they were portrayed in each story it is easy to assume that adolescence is a time of great change, not just physically but also mentally and soci...
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All of the events combined would have the story seem a bit repetitive andcontinuative, but the narrative structure of the three acts enabled the story to flow thoroughly.She then finally proves her worth to Koro by riding the whale out to sea, which saved its life.Her courage and fortitude finally gets through to Koro, who accepts her as his successor as chief.Whale Rider uses narrative structure in many forms to better describe the story to the viewer.These three techniques and others in the movie clearly gave it more rhythm and meaning, which helped the viewers go deeper into scenes than the third person events on the screen.
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Kord and Krimmer write “commercial pressures….influence today’s film industry” .3) Counter cinema and female-gaze cinema are both forms of film that are opposed to the dominant forms in Hollywood.Her actions lead to cultural change, as Koro realizes that empowering women is not a weakness, but it allows for more powerful societies.The problems shown range from issues relating to bodily functions, to the issues that go along with attempting to break out of the mold that society seems to put us into.This movie portrays woman quite realistically, and their realistic problems as well.
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She is brave enough to jump into the sea to get her grandfather’s whale tooth, which clearly describes her quality of bravery and courageous above all her determination to becoming a leader.This leadership situation in The Whale Rider: The movie is set in New Zealand in the fishing village of Whangere.Pai and Koro lives are surrounded with culture (Moari) and tradition example the whale riding story of Paikea, chanting and their knowledge (Mead, 2006, p.14).The movie ends with Koro accepting Pai as a Wise Leader, and the people and the whale following her commands.His downfall is he did not listen to anyone’s ideas and thoughts being the whale rider.
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By inserting comic relief, there is a variation in the mood throughout the novel and thus the readers do not feel perpetually a sense of pressure and tension, and are able to feel relaxed.Lastly, he also provides comic relief which help to lighten the mood of the novel, especially during times of tension.For example, when Nanny felt indignant and unfair regarding the exclusion of women during school sessions, Rawiri managed to lighten the tense atmosphere through his comical phone conversation with Cheryl and bringing Kahu to the movies instead, with the girls ‘assessing whether I (he) had now become marrying material’.By providing humour, it lightens the overall atmosphere and learn more about the characters.Furthermore, he is the one w...
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The film ends with members from all three generations participating together in Maori custom by setting out to sea in a traditional longboat.She also takes it upon herself to memorize many of the traditional Maori chants and dances.Through her example, and ultimately the brave act of whale riding, which leads to her acceptance as future chief, she sparks a cultural revival within this modern-day Maori community.Paikea respects and admires her grandfather, and holds a deep and mysterious connection with the tribe s ancestral line; particularly her namesake, Paikea the Whale Rider, who was the first of his people to arrive in New Zealand, after journeying from Hawaii on the back of a whale.As one of the lone members of the younger generati...
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The film “Whale Rider” took me on a whale of an emotional ride.It was a joy to see him figure it out in the end, and head out to sea alongside Pai, who was everything he yearned for but couldn’t see that it/she was right in front of him.The scenes that stood out for me were the ones that showed Maori culture: Rawiri, and later, Pai, demonstrating their taiaha skills, Pai’s performances, and the final scenes of boat-launching festivities.It was fun to see Rawiri’s passion for teaching Pai the “old ways” carry over to influence him to clean up his own act.I also appreciated the awkward, mostly silent dinner scene after Koro caught Pai taiaha fighting with Hemi, the humorous scenes with the under-achieving boys, and the imaginatively shot a...
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Tesco took its decision to stop selling whale products shortly after their second meeting, and indicated that it had immediately stopped purchasing whale meat.According to Tesco they took the decision due to lack of customer demand .These groups made statements such as contaminated whale products being sold , threat on human health and for these reasons alone, Tesco should stop endorsing such products.However in theory, they stopped selling because of the high pressure from these groups who successfully influenced a change in their behaviour.EIA and Greenpeace met with Tesco representatives on two occasions and told Tesco the UK s leading retailer to immediately withdraw all whale meat products that were being sold in at least 45 of thei...
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Whale sharks... .The whale shark is the only species in their family, Rhincondontidae.A review of the biology, fisheries and conservation of the whale shark Rhincodon typus.The closest relatives to the whale shark are nurse and zebra sharks.Whale sharks were named Rhincodon typus by Andrew Smith, in 1828.
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Ethics & International Affairs 26.1 (2012): 103-12.Review Of Policy Research 28.6 (2011): 631-634. Business Source Alumni Edition.A once lucrative industry around the world, overfishing of the whale population globally has led to the near extinction of many species."Irreconcilable Differences: The International Whaling Commission And Cetacean Futures."Journal Of East Asia & International Law 4.2 (2011): 419-447.Academic Search Premier.
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Many Indians died on the travel west due to starvation, disease, and weather conditions.Hides were also used in the making of the lodging that the natives inhabited.All in all, I have found that Native Americans were equals in the struggles that they faced.The clothing these tribes wore was similar in many ways, because a large majority of their clothing was made from animal hide.Just like American today, languages are slightly different from the Far East to the Great West and everywhere in between.
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With demographic information attained about PART Express riders, it is recommended that the results be used by the Marketing department to promote PART services to retain current riders, and to acquire potential riders.Potential areas that are not currently served need to be examined to see if there is potential ridership available.Many route, schedule and service recommendations were suggested and will be reviewed.The average PART rider saves $5,850 per year by riding.PART will review survey responses and categorize results to distribute to appropriate departments for further examination.
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... middle of paper ... .The presentation of the biological reasons shows the scientific aspect of why c... .I believe the authors have completely valid sources that they used to compose their sections from, thus helping the book’s ethos to be significant and accurately put together.Each section is well written and although a little wordy at times, they are fairly easy to read and understand....of worldwide growth or manmade efforts, but others are due to the natural biological changes.
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In a survey conducted, it was found out that 91.4% of whale-watching tourists would not go to countries whereby they hunt whales for commercial purpose to engage in whale watching; and that 79% of them would even boycott visiting the country (Parsons and Rawles, 2003, cited in (Parsons & Draheim, A reason not to support whaling – a tourism impact case study from the Dominican Republic, 2009)).Science education .This is important as in some of the areas, commercial whale-watching boats have a relatively high frequency of collisions with the whales, contributing high noise levels around the whales, disrupting whale behaviour and reducing the reproductive fitness of the whale (Wiley, Moller, Pace III, & Carlson, 2008).With the growi...
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On the other side they review for their want objectives.The point value for One Whale of a Story is around 97.There are no chance for new characters or merchandise.Profit around 18% ROI are low.One Whale of a Story .
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Apart in the movie makes... ... middle of paper ... ...t productive.More or less when they stop is when we see more evidence of aggression.David Kriby writes an article on takepart and talks about how SeaWorld responded to video of Cowperthwaite.SeaWorld is not asleep at the switch they have made a deal with the state of California to build an ocean pen for the orcas outside of their park in San Diego.Even though this new deal means that they cannot breed other orcas in the area to be trained for entertainment.
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He was a natural motivator.When someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, “If I were any better, I would be twins!” He was a unique manager because he had several waiters who had followed him around from restaurant to restaurant.The reason the waiters followed Jerry was because of his attitude.However, practically both cows and whales are completely opposite situations and different treatment.But, how about cows?
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Despite all the evidence in support of evolution and against the idea of the biblical creation as being anything more than a myth, we can be certain that the argument in support of the biblical creation as being the real story and representing the real facts will not go away.In other words, during development, the developing embryo goes through some of the same stages that humans went through as the species developed from lower animals to humans.While the evidence in support of the evolution of whales is plentiful, much evidence exists for evolution in general, including in humans.Humans being what we are, we will always be faced with living with the Genesis myth as if it were fact, and coping with those who insist that the earth all the...
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