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The Artist is a silent film that takes place in Hollywood between the nineteen-twenties and the nineteen-thirties It focuses on the relationship between the two lead characters in the film Peppy Miller and George Valentin George is one of Hollywoods most popular silent film stars and a tremendous idol to many Peppy is a new and rising actress who is struggling to find her place in the Hollywood film industry It all starts when George and Peppy meet at a premiere of his latest silent film Peppy accidentally bumps into George but was it really an accident Or was fate on their side This so called accident turned Peppys life upside down and truly became the start of her road to fame The silent film The Artist is not very silent at all Throughout the film there are a number of things that help to express emotions and feelings that truly make this film unique The most important of these is dance The dances in the film help to make it come alive in way although there is no music while the actors dance this changes the ways of thinking because not every individual can make their own story and have different feelings about both the dance itself and also the dancers facial expressions The dances make the film more intriguing and pleasing to the eye it is also used to show a multitude of emotions from the beginning to the end The aesthetic appeal of this movie differentiates from the typical talkie movies which are full of color and sound This film is captivating and continues to keep you engaged in ways that the new age common films certainly do not When watching a talkie it is easy to predict what may happen next based on what the actors and by hearing the emotions in their voices although there may be a time or two that something led you to anticipate what may happen
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