Further, the script entails the process of conceptualizing and practicing realism in filmmaking (Anheier & Isar 2008:57).
The art tends to manipulate the artistic framework in execution of procedures such that the viewer or reader can establish the message conveyed by the work, whether stipulating economic, political, or social situations. The art representations should follow a sequential motion of play to draw attention from the audience, rendering them the ability to depict an outcome of the whole situation. The film “Taste of Honey” of the 1962 establishes social and economic relations at the same stance. It narrates of a young white teenage girl who engages in sexual relations with a black sailor, eventually resulting in pregnancy. Thereafter, the girl loves white man, ignorant to realize he is homosexual. All these aspects depicted in the film establish a controversy of societal norms, and the reality. For example, falling in love with a black sailor was an antisocial practice since the black race represented the inferior group of the human race. On the contrary, the sailor would cater for her monetary needs effectively, until the girl went on to fall for a white homosexual with no knowledge of the status (Eleftheriotis & Needham, 2006:58).
Film aesthetics in the movie, “Loneliness of a Long Distance Runner” reveals realism in the sense that a person seeks to satisfy many needs at the same time. In context, a rude teenage boy joins a rehabilitation foundation and through passion, he succeeds to rule in the field of long-distance running and draws a spectacle attention from the people and authorities. The problem arises when the athlete seeks to coax the past with the present in pursuit of societal recognition as a reform rather than the obvious bully. The athlete realizes honorary of the state to his performances, and