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Movies are made to entertain and to show different perspectives of lif Stepmom does both This move is 124 minutes long and rated PG-13 for language and thematic elements Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon co-star in this drama that was released in the year 1998 by Columbia Sony Pictures Stepmom is based on a novel written by Ms Gigi Levangie and is directed by Chris Columbus The purpose of this paper is to analyze the plot characterizartion and special effects techniques used in the production of Stepmom In addition reviews of the film upon release will be discussed Stepmom opens with a panaramic view of New York City Isabel Julia Roberts a young fashion photographer wakes up and starts searching for Ben her boyfriends son She runs into Ana Bens sister and starts making breakfast She finds Ben who hid in a cabinet Jackie both childrens mother comes and takes the children who are ecstatic when they see her Jackie throws away the lunches Isabel made and they all go into the car At Isabels studio everyone is waiting for her to arrive She starts taking pictures of the caterer who is not hired for the photo shoot with many models surrounding him She then digitally adds a suit using special effects with the computer and she sells the advertisement to the company The next scene takes place in the deans office Lunk Jackies ex-husband is introduced The shot is a medium shot which is a middle distance and is natural looking The two are in a meeting to discuss Anas behavior in school The dean suggests that it is because of the way the two are acting towards each other When Jackie returns home they discuss why Ana lied to her school In the following scene Luke and Isabel are talking and Isabel wants Luke to thrust her with the children he eventually agrees During
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