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Fiction Vs Truth..

Fiction (n.) :

Literature in the form of prose, esp. short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people.

  •  Invention or fabrication as opposed to
  • A belief or statement that is false, but that is often held to be true because it is expedient to do so.

Truth (n.) :

The quality or state of being true.

  • That which is true or in accordance with fact or reality
  • A fact or belief that is accepted as true

Today, im going to talk about movie.

Hayao Miyazaki, a Japanese artist who always centerised awareness messages in his animated films for society to ponder upon in a very unique way which using monster-ish figures to represent the characters.

All the factitious characters in his film are sorts of absurd in ways but the personality of it are based on real characters that we probably counter it everyday in our lives but in very deceitful ways.

Human body forms with many sorts of faces. Poker face.

Have you ever wonder how sometimes films that we are obviously aware that it is a fictitious manmade of presenting messages and ideas that peppered with lots of twisted story to make it fascinating to watch, still some times we feel that we related to it?

Like i always think that Im the Mulan in the other world. Due to her characters that is almost similar to me. The only child, looking forward by the family to uphold the family honor, fighting for what she believe is right without expecting any returns and hopelessly incompetent in love life.

It’s pretty vain to think that way. But i see the resemblance!

Basically, fiction was formed by truth that has been twist and turn, according to ones perception about something, creatively and sneakily, without making it look rubbish.

It is a beautiful lies.

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This entry was posted on June 13, 2012 by in homework, Says the mind, understanding.
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