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In the films Batman 1989 directed by Tim Burton and Citizen Kane 1941 directed by Orson Welles there are many Codes and Structures of German Expressionism and Film Noir The films show these through the institution of the American family masculinity history of colonialism and colonization and Film Noir and German Expressionism In the film Batman the institution on the American family is similar This is because Alfred actor Michael Gough would be acting as Bruce Waynes--also known as Batman--actor Michael Keaton father figure Alfred would be like the father because he guides Bruce through life since Bruces real father was killed along with his mother Batmans girlfriend in this movie Vicky Vale actress Kim Basinger would represent his wife since they love each other so much At the scene with the very long dinner table Bruce Wayne is sitting at one end of the table and Vicki Vale is sitting at the other end which are a couple meters apart from one another Bruce realizes that the table is ridiculously long and asks if she wants to move to a smaller table and she agrees This shows them getting closer together and Bruce getting closer to being able to tell Vicki that he is Batman with Vickis trust that she will not tell anyone In the film Citizen Kane the institution of the American family is both similar and dissimilar The beginning is similar at the beginning of the movie when Charles Foster Kane actor Orson Welles was a child and he was a regular kid having fun He has a father and a mother that he lived with Charles parents thought it would be best for his if they let another man raised him that was wealthy so that he would not be living in poverty This is when Charles Foster Kanes family starts to become dissimilar to the institution of the American Family Kane is left with a family who does not
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