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Title: *Dangerous Minds* Deconstructing A Dangerous Mind Anilitical Article *Dangerous Minds*

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Subject: Music and Movies
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Date: December 25, 1997
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Setting is used in all different ways such as to show if the character is scared, happy, mad, suicidal, ecstatic or triumphing over darkness. The setting in Dangerous Minds really promotes LouAnne as a hero. From her house to the classroom all thing and everything gives the impression that she is struggling to meet the demands of being a successful teacher...

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The setting in the film also demonstrates what background each character is from. In the film there are sequences of very important scenes where LouAnne goes to students homes. Each scene shows her in either a poor or dangerous area. The lighting is always very dark this supports this theory...

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