Meal and Real

Recognized classic of American cinema, screenwriter and director Billy Wilder simply could not help but touch on the topic in the American media system. Inviting the gorgeous Kirk Douglas and creating another striking, unique image of the imposing correspondent, Wilder is filming a grandiose, emotional, ironic and intensely pressing film performance.

The selfish unscrupulousness on the modern American press appears by using a collective picture of a true master from the pen, trying to understand his irrepressible ambitions, that has devoted his life to your quest for unique material. With sparkling eyes and and not using a shadow of doubt, he fearlessly walks throughout the dilapidated mine, for being the first to have a date with all the one who is going to’win’him the Pulitzer Prize – while using the unfortunate miner, imprisoned by the desire of fate in a very cramped opening involving the fallen stones.

Taking charge of the problem, subjugating the flow of real information, turning the reportage in to a national tragedy – for such a person absolutely nothing is impossible in regards to the reason for his life. As now of course ancient prophet, he broadcasts into your recorder the reality that his personal vanity demands of him.

Like bees flocking to sugar syrup, viewers of afflicted people strives to reach an exclusive attraction. Theater, baseball, cinema – no! Your dream for lifetime is the perfect show using an unpredictable ending. Present day collision, that’s opened its arena in the actual center of prosperous America, is becoming for many people power from a humdrum, routine existence. Carousels, stalls with hot dogs, sun loungers against the backdrop of rescue equipment – a person’s drama inevitably develops in to a booth

Delicately mocking the group, Billy Wilder seems to plunge the normal American into her own ignorance, simultaneously explaining to him the easy truths on the monstrosity of those a mindset to human tragedy, reproaching him for idle curiosity, passive compassion, and predictable reactions for the clever and timely steps of any vain correspondent.

When i was in the actual center of events, the hero of Kirk Douglas unwittingly involves himself within the toughest confrontation – confrontation with himself. The invisible scales of conscience, once frozen at the quality of pathological egocentrism that outweighed decency, begin to slowly hesitate when ending up in the bitter fate of an actual worker, in reference to his ungrateful passion, with a kind, naive old man, father and unhappy mother. At some point, he still cannot cope with the sincere compassion that has awakened in him. And more importantly, about what for such a long time and persistently led his hero Billy Wilder, that was obvious from ab muscles beginning – he has to understand into what insignificance he turned himself over these long years, that no power and money can be placed above human life.

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