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Guns and Roses A documentary Guns and Roses is a documentary about domestic violence Domestic violence is a major and recurring issue in society The documentary shows us the effects and consequences of domestic violence The victims of domestic violence are interviewed to do that the main focus is Melody Melody is a victim who ends up killing her husband by defending herself The angle at which the documentary is aimed at shows that the film maker is favouring the victims and is against domestic violence The film maker may have chosen to do this topic to enforce has values and attitudes and to make others aware of the seriousness of the issue Domestic Violence is a major concern to society and is an ever-occurring problem A narrator is absent in Guns and Roses therefore the subjects that are interviewed have a strong influence to our interpretation of the images shown on the screen By using such techniques we are enabled to relate to the images in similar ways the interviewee does and we are also able to relate to the subject more When Melody was being interviewed the film maker chose to show clips of Melodys wedding The use of flashback enables us as the reader to acknowledge the way Melody reacts to that situation and her feelings towards her marriage and the way it turned out While seeing the clip of the wedding we here Melodys story of her previous marriage and that she married Brian because he promised to treat her well and to not hurt and abuse her We could see on her wedding day how happy she was to be married to Brian however we could hear in the background how unhappy she sounds By doing this the film has made me feel a sense of irony towards the situation and sympathy for Melody Brian in fact is not a good husband he does not do his husbandry
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