Dreaming in Black and White
"For Hannes is disabled and, like the Jews and social misfits the Nazis have labelled him 'Not worth living'" suggests that the genre of the film is an emotional, war drama. " In his dreams, Hannes finds himself back in 1930's Germany" gives the impression the film is aimed at an older audience for teenagers plus, as its from a time in the past that a younger audience wouldn't understand. The purpose of the blurb is to sell Dreams in Black and White as an emotive, engaging film with their use of language and phrases "An invisible net and I'm caught in it myself and struggling."
P- Emotive language
E- "labelled him 'not worth living'
E- This phrase is very hard hitting and emphasises the emotion to engage the reader.
P- Rhetorical question
E- "But what of his father? Has he begun to believe the Nazi propaganda?"
E- These questions add some mystery to the plot without giving too much away to make the reader curious and more liable to buy it.
E- My dream is a fantasy catching the truth.
E- This intrigues the reader and makes them want to read on
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