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Gone with the Wind - Paper 2

  • Date Submitted: 03/24/2010 03:07 PM
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Title: Gone with the Wind
Director: Victor Fleming
Producer: David O. Selznick
Running Time: 224 minutes
MPAA Rating: Rated G
Genre: Romance
My Rating: 9/10: I liked the movie, and I think that it is a wonderful movie. But, I quite didn’t understand the beginning of the movie when I started watching it (it confused me).
The main characters in the movie are:
  Clark Gable as Rhett Butler
      Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara
      Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes
      Olivia de Havilland as Melanie Hamilton
      Thomas Mitchell as Gerald O'Hara
      Barbara O'Neil as Ellen O'Hara
    The main conflict in the movie is between Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler. Rhett Butler is in love with Scarlett, but he can’t tell her that because Scarlett uses love as a tool to hurt people. After all Rhett has done, he still thinks that Scarlett is after Ashley. Basically, the main conflict is that Scarlett has to defeat the problems of life that come in her path. The story is mostly about Scarlett O’Hara’s struggles in life that affected others like two men (Ashley and Rhett). Another conflict was the Civil War that happened. It was a tough life after Charles, shy and loving first husband of Scarlett had died. Scarlett was forced to wear black dresses every morning, and she wasn’t allowed to go to any parties in order to please her society. She had to continue her life being in Atlanta. Because Scarlett was broken- hearted after death of Charles, in Atlanta she got to meet Ashley Wilkes and Rhett Butler. After Scarlett started to hear in the news that Tara is about to be charged and enormous amount of tax, which she thinks that she can pay. Scarlett tries to make Rhett pay, but Rhett knows that she is trying to make him pay for it. Since Rhett didn’t pay, Scarlett decided to marry Frank Kennedy. Scarlett thinks that Frank has enough money to pay the tax on Tara. But when she arrives, she hears bad news that her mother, Ellen, has died. Her...


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