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Chicago Hope Essay Chicago Hope is a TV Drama The show uses camera shots and angles lighting dialogue and characters to portray the attitudes and values of the director These are also used to push across themes The values and attitudes that are strongly pushed across in this episode are Relationships Law and order gender and race and Mens health A major relationship that is focused upon in this episode is the one between Dianne and Margaret who is supposedly Diannes lost mother The fact that Margaret gave Dianne up for adoption at birth means that this reunion will be a very delicate one The close up of Dianne in the car before she gets out the car to met her mother shows her feelings and makes it known that this is an important moment for both mother and daughter The extreme close up when Dianne says Im the daughter shows us the full impact of the statement and it makes us feel for Dianne and what she is going through at that moment When Dianne is in the bathroom and she opens the cabinet it frames her face when she closes it and there are two figures in it We are filled with shock and the suspense of what will happen to her next keeps us involved and interested in the show the music that is playing in this scene also adds to the dramatic tension The next part of this story line sees Margaret talking about how she knows abit about medicine because she had a hysterectomy By mixing up the dates we start to feel that something isnt quite right While Margaret is talking about the hysterectomy and how there we complications we are being lead toward the attitude that doctors arent always right nor are they Gods In the shower scene there are sound effects of creaking taps water-running and so on this gives us the impression
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