Wall Street – Literary Elements


1.0) What is the point of view of the movie?

2.0) What is the plot of the movie?

3.0) Describe the following characters using the Fox Character Analysis Pyramid which includes name/title, physical appearance, personality, character’s role, character’s problems/challenges, major accomplishments, cultural context, and world view.

 

3.1) Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko

1Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Gekko

The Myth of Narcissus  

9 Signs of a Secret Narcissist | Covert Narcissist Test  

How To Spot A Narcissist – Lesson 1

3.2) Charlie Sheen as Bud Fox

2Charlie Sheen as Bud Fox

3.3) Daryl Hannah as Darien Taylor

3Daryl Hannah as Darien Taylor

 

Gold digger – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

Gold Digger Costumes 1

Sugar Daddy

Sugar Daddy Costume and Candy Bar

Top 32 Famous Blondes

Blondes have more fun, but brunettes sell more lingerie

3.4) Martin Sheen as Carl Fox

Martin Sheen as Carl Fox

4.0) What is the theme of the movie?

5.0) What is the setting of the movie?  How important is the setting?

6.0) What is the genre of the movie?

7.0) Does the movie have any cultural lessons

7.1) Greed is Good

Gordon Gekko “Greed is Good” Full Speech *read the description*

Wealth Inequality in America

Insider trading, explained

 

7.2) 7 Business Lessons to Learn from Gordon Gekko

http://www.wallstcollege.com/7-business-lessons-to-learn-from-gordon-gekko/

8.0) What are the literary conflicts of the movie?

Wall Street Survivor

Worksheet at:

https://www.scribd.com/doc/255420097/Wall-Street-Literary-Elements-Worksheet

 

 

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