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Taxi Driver tells the story of a post-Vietnam veteran Travis Bickle a loner suffering from insomnia was driving in the mean streets of New York City and was slipping slowly into isolation and violent misanthropy Camera 8544 Taxi was driving through the mist against the black background Then the mist expanded From Travis Bickles eyes we can feel that the streets full of the neon-lit were like a hell strange and horrible Then he found a job to drive a taxi to pass the endless hours of sleepless turmoil During his work time he saw the scum on the streets every day he even encountered the passengers who have had violent sex on his taxi The uses of the low-key lighting of the interior settings and the flashing neon lights are to show the black elements at the beginning of this film Camera 8545 Travis Bickle liked a beautiful girl Betsy After his persistence in inviting her to see a movie she agreed at last Unfortunately the date ended in a disaster after Travis took her to a porn movie There were a group of people men and women black and white making love together in the movie which seemed very sick It shows the unhealthy side of the main characters psychology Camera 8546 The film director Scorsese appeared as a husband spying on his wife whose silhouette appeared through a window He was sitting in the back seat of Bickles taxi claimed his wife was having an affair with a nigger Then he went into a long monologue where he discussed inserting a gun into his wife and pulling the trigger It shows that he is very angry and anxiety as a pessimistic and crazy character in the film Camera 8547 After Bickle had a talk with Iris after their fifteen-minute transaction he gave the money to the man walking from the shadow I regard the money itself is the
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