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Dances with Wolves is a movie of the journey of one mans life and dreams In this movie the lead character ventures on an epic journey of the body and mind He was a soldier sent to an abandoned post without any knowledge on an intense spiritual journey This spiritual journey did not start smoothly however it began with a bit of friction and harsh words But it gradually progressed with basic communication and ceremonial dances The movie uses several cinematography techniques to strengthen the message that is the journey The purpose of this movie is mainly to entertain and make money in the box office however I feel that there is a deeper reason for it This movie has a strong message of journeys and change it is a very emotional and spiritual movie This story shows us what men are and what we would do for power but at the same time shows us how peaceful we can be This movie also shows us about friendship and how friendship is something that should be valued as John who is in solitary finds the need to have friends This is evident with the scene where he meets the wolf Two socks At first he is frightened by him but then after a while is glade to have some extra company as the loneliness was staring to get to him There is no one particular audience for this text as it suits different people for different reasons but in general this text is for the general public focussing on the Americans Key groups that this film is aimed at could include those who are lonesome and need to find new friends the film suggests to the viewer to not be scared to make new friends I say this because in the scene where John decides to go and make an appearance at the Indian village he was not afraid and went there looking
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