Write an essay analyzing a poem. Analyze a poem characteristics, ie- ode, apostrophe, terza rima rhyme
scheme in sonnets. Discuss your understanding of the poem’s message about, example, about pride.
associated herself with the Indian community in England, but Jesminder is involved with the British community. Jesminder has dedicated herself to playing soccer and being a loyal, committed teammate, but still sees pleasing her parents as a priority. Her choices in life are directly impacted by being born into a cultured family. Jesminder is very persistent and takes risks in order to achieve her goal, and ultimately, she does. If you are willing to work hard and take risks, it is possible to achieve your goal under cultural restrictions. Throughout the film, different shots and costumes are used in order to show the character’s’ emotions during different experiences. The filmmaker uses close up shots to highlight the characters’ expressions. The use of angles in the scene where Jesminder is arguing with her parents about playing soccer in the house allows the viewers to feel involved and reminds the viewers of the cultural conflict presented. The low angle of Jesminder’s mother captures the Indian God looking down over her. She cannot escape her family and their culture. The high angle shot of Jesminder shows that her parents are disappointed with her and are looking down on her for disrespecting her culture. Close up shots display Jesminder’s concern about disappointing her parents, and her parent’s anger about Jesminder letting them and the Sikh culture down. The director uses costumes in a way that represents the character’s’ mood and connects it to an activity. Jesminder’s face is lit up with a big smile whenever she is wearing her soccer jersey. The audience is able to see Jesminder’s big smile in the close up shots. Close up shots show the misery in Jesminder’s sad eyes whenever she is wearing her sari. Jesminder uses soccer as a way to accept her new culture. When she wins the final game, she combines her two cultures by wearing her sari with a smile on her face. In the locker room, the audience sees Jesminder in her sari and her teammates in their jerseys. This scene shows the ultimate contrast between her two lives because we see Jesminder and her parents in a civil place of agreement. (Chadha) Bend It Like Beckham captures the life of young girl with the desire to >GET ANSWER