|Steven Spielberg's JAWS, 1975; this particular shot is one of the most important moments in United States history because of the culmination it marks and the political stance it's taking; why?|
I finally saw it for the second time last night and was thoroughly amazed, even more so than the second time! This is not a film for everyone, so if it doesn't look/sound good to you, skip it, but if you are intrigued, give it a try! The film has generated a great deal of discussion in the comment area of my initial post on the film. Instead of making a second post with my secondary observations, I have decided to edit the initial posting to include my additional comments but because my second viewing was so fruitful, there is a bit of research I am wanting to do in fully exploring possibilities so I will let you know as soon as the final version of the post is done! In the meantime, I did find the official press kit of interviews and notations which you may find interesting!
|Without doubt, Jaws is one of the greatest films that has ever been made, and many make the case that is surpasses all other films; this moment, pictured above, is one of the reasons why, and the great Quint Monologue will be examined in full.|