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Essay on the movie "SAY ANYTHING"
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Say Anything Name Institution Say Anything Lloyd, a laid back, simple and friendly guy is interested in a brainy and beautiful lady called Diane, who is the class valedictorian; Diane is clearly out of Lloyd’s league, and has been for over four straight years.
Diane is also very close to her father, whom she looks up to for encouragement; her father encourages and supports her to focus on her education, and has even helped her in mapping out her future. As opposed to Diane, Lloyd has not future plans with regards to academics; he clearly has no plans for graduation. He is only aspiring and interested in kick boxing, and in dating Diane. After several nervous tries, Lloyd finally manages to ask Diane out on a date during graduation; a request which Diane accepts reluctantly (Crowe, 1989). This marks the beginning of a mismatched, and intense relationship between a somewhat underachiever, at least with respect to academics, and an overachiever and ambitious girl. This relationship between Lloyd and Diane can be said to a perfect exemplar of opposites attracts; an epitome of epic romance. It is this relationship between Diane and Lloyd, as well as that between them, individually and their friends and families that form the basis of this classical romance movie. Communication is important and is the focal point of this relationship. The relationship between Lloyd and Diane is one that embraces the main relational parlances, which include Stability-Change, Separation-Integrations, and Expression-Non-expressions; it exudes both external and internal dialectics. ...
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