Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Rope Topic Sentence

How do words and actions affect who others become in Alfred Hitchcock's Rope?

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  1. Alfred Hitchchchock’s Rope visually shows how words and actions changes others thought and mind because Rupert’s words inspired Brandon to kill.

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  3. In Alfred Hitchcock's Rope he presents that words effect others because when Brandon keeps making everyone uncomfortable they start wondering and ask questions.

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  5. After watching Alfred Hitchcock movie the Rope Shows how words and actions have a huge impact on people because Rupert's words Influenced Brandon to kill David.

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  6. In Alfred Hitchcock’s movie Rope words affect other people because Rupert stated that superior people have the right to kill but Brandon took these words literally and used them as a excuse to murder.

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  7. Alfred Hitchcock's Rope explores how peoples word’s effect others; because Ruperts words got twisted by a psychopath who ended up strangling the life out of a up and coming young man.

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  8. Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rope” shows that words and actions affect who others become because rupert’s words ended up with brandon killing david.

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  9. During Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, Rope, Brandon is greatly effected by Rupert’s words as he twists ’’superior individuals have the right to kill those who are inferior,’’ into an excuse to murder as he chooses.

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  11. In Alfred Hitchcock's Rope Rupert's words affect Brandon so much it convinces him it is OK to kill.

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  15. Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rope” asks the question of how words and actions affect who others become and answers it by telling the story of one man who’s ideas on life influenced another man to inflict murder and convince his friend to help him

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  16. Alfred Hitchhock the director of Rope tells how words can (help) or makes someone do something that is way out of action for example what made Brand to kill another person was the saying “ superior individuals have the right to kill those who are inferior

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  17. After watching Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, “ Rope ,” i was asked how the actions and words of one person affect another. My response to this was, Philip was being very Peculiar around Rupert which led to Rupert being curious and Investigating the scene before he knew if anyone had been murdered. Rupert is the witty guy of the group who is always trying to figure things out and he was always saying, “Davids never late,” so that may have made him curious to why David wasn't at the party.

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  18. Alfred’s Movie Rope shows how people can take something that someone says that has to do with good or bad in to real life.In the movie,Rupert had said a couple of things that made Brandon and Philip Kill David who they thought was wasting space and was worth not having in the world. and at the end Rupert found out and was mad.

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  20. In Alfred Hitchcock's Rope, Hitchcock enlightens society on how such a small saying can affect someone enough to kill another person such as when thought was okay to kill Kevin.

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  21. After watching Alfred Hitchcock's Rope, the story illustrated how one person’s words or actions can be a life long mistake for another because some of Rupert words accidentally convinced Brandon to kill.

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  22. In Alfred Hitchcock's Rope, it shows how that words of a person can affect the actions of another, in the movie Rupert said that "Murder is a crime, but a privilege for few", this effected Brandon and Phillip to actually murder David.

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  23. Alfred Hitchcock's Rope shows how words and actions affect people, I responded to this with the fact that Philip was turned into a whole different person after the killing of David, Philip was so afraid of being caught that he couldn't keep himself together, which led to Rupert solving the murder.

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  25. In Alfred Hitchcocks Rope, Hitchcock enlightens us about how out words can affect others and change there ideas, for example Ruperts quote "killing is a privilege for many but a rite for few" affects Branden and philip and persuades them to murder a inferior classmate.

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  26. Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope explains how the actions of others can change how people think and behave, leading to serious if not deadly consequences as he demonstrates with Rupert's idea that “Superior men have the right to kill.”

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  29. In Alfred Hitchcocks "Rope" Rupert's words “superior individuals have the right to kill those who are inferior” affected Brandon enough for him to kill David.

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  30. In Alfred Hitchcock's Movie “Rope” it shows how words and actions affect others because Brandon herd the words “superior individuals have the right to kill those who are inferior” which made him think it was ok to kill David.

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  31. In the Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" Ruperts words "killing is a right for some and a privladge." affected Brandon by him thinking he was surperior and killing David.

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  33. In Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" the wors of rupert affected the actions of Brandon by stating something Brandon twisted and used against him

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