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Raymond Quezada

on 11 March 2014

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Transcript of Love

Anna is shun from society.
Anna was more in love with the attention then the love it’s self.
The young man made her feel youthful, beauty and desirable.
In the end, Anna ends up by herself because of her selfish needs.
Main Character: Anna Karenina
Selfish and Insensitive
She did not appreciate her husband nor her children
Has a secret affair with the young man and gets pregnant.
Gives up children to be free and live with the young man.
Insecurity gets the best of her.

The Great Gatsby
What Is Love?
Like something very much
: to like something, or like doing, something very much.
Feel tender affection for somebody
: to feel tender affection for somebody such as a close relative or friend, or for something such as a place, an ideal, or an animal.
Feel desire for somebody
: to feel romantic and sexual desire and longing for somebody.
Types of Love We Commonly See in Movies
Family love is the love one has between family. Like brother, sister, mother, father.
Self love is the love you have for yourself and will do anything to get the advantage for yourself than for others especially at others expense.
Pet love is the bond one person has towards their animal companies.
Object Love is a growing emotional attachment to an object.
Relationship Love is the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected.
Love Between Sisters
Sisters Anna and Elsa, from the movie frozen, share a loving bond as family but can be best friends
Anna so desperate for love ignores her sister Elsa strong standing that she does not know about love at all when she tries to marry a man she just met
Anna out of blindness pushes Elsa to the edge and sets her off.
In the end, Ana is struck by Elsa's ice powers and only an act of true love can thaw a frozen.
Anna throws herself in death to protect her sister proving her love for Elsa.
Real life
in Real life the movie Frozen greatly shows the bond that can grow and fall
in my family my brother and sister are more bonded then them and i.
Also my Parents had worked them selves to the bone sacrificing many things for my family.
In the beginning of Frozen Young Elsa quickly learns her snow powers are not all fun and games, and her parents as a way to protect everyone and Elsa they make many sacrifices.
Such sacrifices are they isolate the palace and close the gates
move Elsa into her own room away from Anna limiting there contact
and keeping Elsa's powers a secret from everyone.
Real Life
This movie represents self love in which one puts their priorities on themselves, "Anna", doing anything to gain the advantage for themselves at the expense of others.
Marley & Me
Real Life
Marley & Me demonstrates an example of loving your pet.
This type of love grows throughout time that you had spent with your pet from the moment you adopted it into your family.
Becoming a family member
The family would grow and add three children.
Marley would eventually not be able to continue to keep going.
The ending would show the families emotional attachment to Marley.
A couple adopts a puppy early in their relationship.
No matter how annoying and destruct full the dog got, it was apart of the family.
An attachment grew as more time was spent with the dog.
The puppy would grow into a dog as the couple would also grow and advance in their careers and form a family.
Ted starts off with a boy who receives a Teddy bear for Christmas.
The Boy wishes for his teddy bear to be his friend forever.
His Teddy bear comes to life and they grow up together.
Real Life
The movie represents a boys love for his teddy bear. (Figuratively)
A teddy bear won't come to life no matter how much we try.
Everyone grows attached to an object as a child and eventually loses it.
The feeling towards isn't so great, but we all eventually get over it.
Ted would start to get in the way as a distraction between John's Relationship and their friendship.
Ted would be taken by a obsessive fan
John would go to find Ted in a stadium and ripped apart.
Showing the emotional attachment John had with Ted.
Warm Bodies
The Movie itself represents love at first sight, an aspect of the triangular theory.
A zombie starts to feel emotion after he first lays his eyes on an actual live girl.
Real Life
The Triangular Theory would be shown throughout this movie.
Seeming almost unrealistic.... Love at first site is represented, relating to the almost unbelieved in, love at first sight in our modern day.
Forbidden Love: a more believable love to happen in our modern day where father won't allow their girl's to be with a certain guy.
Forbidden love would also be represented in a movie like this. The girls father hates zombies and fights to keep the human race safe from zombies.
The zombies would become lively again in the end and fight against the "bonies" and that forbidden love would be overseen.
Triangular Theory
The triangular theory of love is a theory of love developed by psychologist Robert Sternberg.
The Three Components of Love
- Feelings
- Drives connected to both
- decision to remain with another
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