An artistic work creates an image in a person, uses essential features of the real world, and conveys them to the person through concrete events and social life. The more vivid and tangible the artistic characters portray their individual traits, the greater the influence they have on a person.
Art relates to the physical activities of man. During these human activities, issues to do with aesthetic preferences and the appreciation of beauty arise. One of the major tasks of art is to identify the beauty of life, manifest it in artistic images, and convey it to people in order to meet their aesthetic needs (Phoenix, par 5). The political class uses art to win over support because art is partisan. For instance, contemporary bourgeois art meets the needs of reactionary imperialist forces.
The film Trouble in Paradise is an example of art. The film uses different characters to portray the reality of the world on how people relate in the society. The film dramatically illustrates the exploitative nature and the need for achievement among the characters, clearly creating the picture of how aggressive some people can be in order to achieve their goals. Gaston, the main character, uses several artistic tricks in the film to get the support he needs, this is the partisan characteristic of the film. The film provides an artistic impression of beauty in Mme. Colet’s lifestyle and looks.
A chemical reaction between sodium and water is not art. It does not stimulate mental images of the reality of the world and does not provide insight on social issues. The reaction does not provide lessons on life and presents no aesthetic value of life.
Trouble in Paradise dramatically presents its scenes using varying lighting effects and sounds. The film starts with a dark view of a dark porch in Venice. A doorbell impatiently rings from a darkened hotel room nearby; the use of darkness in these instances is a feature of films noir. The lighting effects and use of