He outlaws drugs and begins to try to figure out how to undo all of the misdeeds done by the former Eldests and how to build a future with Amy.
Her boyfriend got killed in the riots in Detroit. The thing to notice is even though they come from diverse backgrounds, they still shared similar emotions, values and goals.
Lucy gives Max a draft letter from the army.
The dance if you can call it that is well framed but the song drags. Jude meets Max briefly. The majority of the people, "Feeders," are told what to do, when to do it, and when to mate. We have this anti-war march before the war starts and later in the movie we are deep into the war.
This division of the classes ends when Max needs help escaping from a group of fraternity brothers. Paco gets beat up, Jude sees Lucy at the demonstration, he gets his ass beaten and arrested. The reader is introduced to the operators of the ship - Godspeed.
Actually all of these drugged out scenes could have been left on the cutting room floor and it would not affect anything. Jude works at a shipyard…lame joke about one guy thinking he would be long gone from that job when he was The current Eldest is a hard man.
The story moves forward to years later. It is supposed to show almost a stranger in a strange land aspect but since JoJo is from a major Across the universe analysis it does not work as well as they intended. Jude gets sent back to England. We get another lame joke with Max smacking a fan with a hammer.
As top scientists, it is vital that they agreed to be frozen and reanimated years in the future. Next scene we are in a laundromat. I think the movie would be better with say twenty to thirty minutes cut from it. Paco and some other anti-war people are building a bomb.
Also they touch on the temptations of the city like drugs, prostitution and so on, but JoJo already being from Detroit makes these temptation references pointless.
Next we go into a drug trip scene, actually two. The next scene feels forced, so does the Prudence character. This entry was posted in Movies.
After a while, Amy decides to go ahead with the procedure even though it is going to be painful. Orion is frozen by Elder. Everything after we see Jude on the beach again feels like padding. We then see the riots in Detroit.
This is when a lot of historical events get crammed into the time frame of two years in the film while these real events took place over nine or ten years. Jude leaves to do his art in another room.Across the Universe Army Draft Scene Close Analysis Essay Assignment One Critical Film and TV Perspectives Sophie Fletcher Across The Universe (Taymor, ) is a tribute to the great s band, The Beatles.
Sep 14, · Evan Rachel Wood is Lucy, and Jim Sturgess plays Jude in Julie Taymor’s “Across the Universe.” Credit Abbot Genser/Revolution Studios. From its first moments, when a solitary dreamer on a.
Across the Universe Summary & Study Guide Beth Revis This Study Guide consists of approximately 32 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Across the Universe.
1 Final Report This project was supported by Award No. ZA-BX, awarded by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. This is a scene by scene description and analysis of Across The Universe: Jude sitting on a beach, parallels a scene later in the movie.
Maybe this scene is that part and the entire movie is in the past up until what happens after this point. The film Across the Universe takes place in the ’s. The scenery follows the dockyards of Liverpool, the war in Vietnam, the twelfth street riots of Detroit, Princeton University in New Jersey, and The rock and roll scene of New York.Download