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The opening scene in Strictly Ballroom was very effective, as it introduced the world of ballroom dancing and the "over the top" atmosphere in which the film would take place.The scene grabbed your attention and left you wondering weather anybody could every escape this tight knit circle of conformity.This 'Belonging' blog is a useful resource for both students and teachers.
Discuss the way in which at least two episodes, sections or events contributed effectively to "Strictly Ballroom" Strictly Ballroom directed by Baz Luhrman is the Story of Scott Hastings and is quest between conforming and individuality.
The film is set in suburban Australia, in the harsh and competitive world of ballroom dancing.
Through Fran and her Spanish culture, Scott is transformed as he learns the value of dancing from his heart, and the true spirit of family and belonging.
To depict the backyard of the Toledo Milk Bar, Fran’s home, Luhrmann uses low-key lighting and creates a romantic, warm and inviting atmosphere.
The site will also assist teachers in the development of interesting, relevant and engaging resources for teaching the new Area of Study 'Belonging'.
People long to be together, to spend time with one another and to connect to other human beings.
The extract from Nerida Wayland’s ‘Slow cycle’ also explores the values of identity and self-expression and their effect on an individual’s ability to belong in a meaningful way in marriage.
To me, ‘Strictly Ballroom’ and ‘Slow cycle’ are worthy additions to ‘Belonging in our Society’ because they explore the emotional impact of rebellion and its effect on belonging in society.
Close-ups of Scott’s softly lit face show his sense of enlightenment and desire to connect with the values of the Spanish community.
Ya Ya taps Scott’s gut and chest, mimicking the rhythm of the heartbeat, illustrating Scott’s realisation of where the real rhythm should come from.