History of Tamil cinema

Movie styles from ancient times are always inspirational for a filmmaker. The limited technology did not prevent manufacturers from exploring international trends. The typical Tamil cinema is still in the editing style and presentation. The former cinemas belonged to silent films and theaters were rare. The electric theater seemed to be the earliest theater to show films. Gramophones, tent cinemas and budding Indian talents paved the way for bigger clicks at Tamil cinema.

The location of the mythological films was dramatic and the silent films had a certain charm about Tamil film. 1916 is marked as the arrival of the first Tamil cinema that promised a lot of renaissance in the coming times. The original films like Eratha Tilagam, Maniyosai and Pana Thottam had a distinct South Indian taste. Shivaji Ganesans, Gemini Ganesans and Saroja devis benefits are still remembered by all of us.

Tamil movie songs are about pure melody that concentrates on the classic touch. The music in some production houses was also typical. The old production houses were Kamala Theater, AVM productions and Saravana Films. The transition in Tamil cinemas was also gradual and the actors also gradually evolved. The latest actors are more finely ground in western dance forms and yet the songs seem to give the beautiful lyrics.

Tamil cinemas nowadays are also very much about color and emphasis. Experimental actors such as Kamal Hassan's contribution with his appearance in Thevar Maghan and Apurva Sarvodagal were inspirational for other regional film producers to remake the films in their respective territories. Price functions in the south also recognize the rich contribution of the technical team.

Various collaborative companies in special effects and animation are based in Chennai. Their fantastic work is seen in the latest films and appropriately motivates our confidence in the technology field. The presence of many cinema halls in Tamil Nadu is sufficient evidence of the growing movie crushers who love Tamil films. The campaign plans are also characterized by huge cuts and unique propaganda to reach the film to all centers.

"What? Do you think a first-class girl can't drink?" In the movie Titanic, written and produced in James Cameron in 1997, depicts women's situation in 1912. The film shows a dynamic love story between a Caucasian - poor artist boy and a wealthy independent love. It also showed the history of one of the most remembered disasters in history.

The story started on the current year 1997 where treasure hunter Brock Lovett is looking for a necklace with a rare diamond, Heart of the Ocean, on the wreck of the RMS Titanic. They found a drawing of a young woman wearing the necklace naked. The woman appeared to be Rose DeWitt Bukater ---- Rose Dawson Calvert. Then she came up to Lovett and shared her experiences about the Titanic. The story continues as a 17-year-old, Rose DeWitt Bukater, first-class passenger in 1912 aboard the Titanic. She was forced to marry a rich man named Caledon Hockley, which gave her the conclusion that ending her life is the way to escape it. When she was about to jump, a man stopped her and offered help but authorities thought it was a rape and when they found his innocence Cal had to invite Jack to dinner with the other first class passengers. The story goes on, Rose and Jack fell in love despite the warning from her mother Rose, Ruth DeWitt Bukater. Afterwards, Cal knew everything and locked Jack away from Rose. Then the Titanic hit an iceberg, and the ship begins to sink, and Rose made his way to rescue Jack. Leaving both does not save as all life boats already left. Because of the wooden panel where Rose went in, she was rescued for one of the lifeboats to come back. While Jack died due to hypothermia. After being rescued, Rose decided to change her name as Rose Dawson and follow her heart and leave all the wealth she has before. The story came back to the present, Lovett and his company hearing the story were touched and dismissed the idea of ​​the Heart of the Ocean necklace. The movie ended with the old rose holding the necklace and throwing it to the sea.

Rose is simply someone who is an representation of an independent woman, fell in love with a poor artist, rejected her family and hubby, abandoned her past life and lived her own life. She proved so many things through the film; women have knowledge of things too and they are not just beauties, she is a woman who has her own opinion and is not afraid to share them because she thinks she is just expressing her own, she is willing to try new things that do not think what will other people think of her, she doesn't care about how people define femininity, she gave up a new definition of strength, she's convinced of her own body, she doesn't need Jack to save her but otherwise she just risked her life to save Jack. Rose proved that heroes not only wear coats, they also wear dresses.

Overall, the movie marked Titanic for me as it shows women's empowerment. That may not be the main focus of the story but somehow it gave me a different perspective if you will look at that area. Titanic is worth a thousand tears. The actors and actresses portrayed their roles well which gave more flavor to the film. The production team and the other technical staffs did a great job of producing a blockbuster movie that so far touches the hearts of their viewers. The music complemented the flow of the story well, which gave a good story to the story. Therefore, the film suits my taste and I can say that it is a very dramatic but meaningful movie to watch.