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Ghost Throughout any media production there is a thin line between verbally communicating and any other form of conveying thoughts or feelings to one another Body language and underlying meanings are everywhere you turn Sometimes when you look at the things people own and what they wear you can tell a whole lot about that person In the 1990 movie Ghost many things can be told about the characters Sam and Oda Mae just by looking at their belongings Oda Mae is a phony psychic that owns a lot of voodoo materials in her place of business What this portrays about her is that she believes in the spiritual world In order for her to properly run her business and fool her customers into getting their fortunes told she must uphold her image of a spiritual person by having these objects all around her The clothes that Oda Mae wears are loose and patterned clothing This shows that she is a very abstract person because the things she wears are not in anyway plain Sam on the other hand is a very casual person He wears very neat and well- put together clothes but at the same time he is comfortable He is a jeans and plain t- shirt kind of guy This says that he is a serious yet laid back type of person Sam has normal belongings in his home in the sense that he is not artsy nor modern Some other forms of communicating nonverbally are body language spiritually and invisible connections between two people who love each other Sam and Molly both portray all of these different structures The love that they share for each other is evident at the start of the movie Their body language is evident all throughout the film During conversations with one another they are always facing each other and seem actively interested in what the other is talking about Spiritually Sam and Molly unite after
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