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MRS DOUBTFIRE Mrs Doubtfire is the creation of a man unwilling to accept the role of being a weekend father Daniel the father is determined to spend more time with his children and goes to extreme measures to do so When Daniels wife Miranda starts divorce proceedings he impersonates a middle-age female English nanny Many of Daniels original traits and characteristics are in jeopardy when he has to learn a new way of presenting himself to his family His verbal and body language must change as well as his perception of others Daniel also finds his way of expressing emotions not suitable for the role he takes on In the beginning of the movie we find a fun-loving father with no real boundaries Daniel explores life with his children and shows little discipline As Mrs Doubtfire Daniel becomes firm yet loving demanding homework be done house kept clean and manners used He talks fast and does not seem as self assured when he is himself nor does he choose his words as carefully as when he becomes Mrs Doubtfire Daniel swears and expresses his anger in a loud aggressive manner but as Mrs Doubtfire he is able to slip in subtle jabs to and about his ex-wifes new boyfriend As Mrs Doubtfire Daniel initiates heart to heart talks with Miranda and hears things he was unable to hear as himself Daniels body language also changed I noticed that when he was Daniel he walked swiftly with his head up A sharp contrast to Mrs Doubtfires slow rounded shoulder gait and eyes to the ground As the childrens father Daniel is loving but he isnt all huggy He touches in a manly way unlike Mrs Doubtfire who cuddles with the kids and is much more comforting to them I liked it when Mrs Doubtfire was dancing with the vacuum He started out dancing as a woman but as the music tempo sped up Daniel
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