The effect is one that Stan Link likens to "vertical time", described by the composer and music theorist Jonathan Kramer as music that imparts "a single present stretched out into an enormous duration, a potentially infinite 'now' that nonetheless feels like an instant". He joined the United Talent Agency , where his representative, Andrew Cannava, suggested he write a spec script to "reintroduce [himself] to the town as a screenwriter". He also went hand-held for the excerpts of Ricky's camcorder footage. Lester finds a distraught Angela sitting alone in the dark. Time slows to represent his "voyeuristic hypnosis" and Lester begins to fantasize that Angela's performance is for him alone. Ball was not keen on the more well-known directors because he believed their involvement would increase the budget and lead DreamWorks to become "nervous about the content". Fitts' repression is exhibited through the almost sexualized discipline with which he controls Ricky. The sequence ends with the sudden reintroduction of "On Broadway" and teleological time. Lester's closing narration describes meaningful experiences during his life; he says that, despite his death, he is happy because there is so much beauty in the world.
Shohan said, "All of them are very strained, and their lives are constructs. She asks him to tell her she is beautiful; he does, and the pair kiss. Themes and analysis[ edit ] Multiple interpretations[ edit ] Scholars and academics have offered many possible readings of American Beauty; film critics are similarly divided, not so much about the quality of the film, as their interpretations of it. Angela goes to the bathroom and Lester smiles at a family photograph in his kitchen before being shot by an unseen intruder. Fitts, though all that remained in later drafts was subtext. Fitts' repression is exhibited through the almost sexualized discipline with which he controls Ricky. Fitts later reveals his homophobia when angrily discussing the incident with Ricky. Fitts  —were excised in post-production ;  the writer later felt the scenes were unnecessary, saying they were a reflection of his "anger and cynicism" at the time of writing see " Editing ". Fitts is so ashamed of his homosexuality that it drives him to murder Lester. He starts having sexual fantasies about Angela, in which red rose petals are a recurring motif. Hausmann concludes that Lester's behavior toward Angela is "a misguided but nearly necessary step toward his becoming a father again". In love with another Marine, Col. He said the juxtaposition produced a starker contrast, giving each trait more impact than if they appeared alone. Fitts to delay revealing him as homosexual, which Munt reads as a possible "deferment of Ball's own patriarchal-incest fantasies". Ball was not keen on the more well-known directors because he believed their involvement would increase the budget and lead DreamWorks to become "nervous about the content". He shows Jane what he considers the most beautiful thing he has filmed: The monotony of Lester's existence is established through his gray, nondescript workplace and characterless clothing. The producers met with about 20 interested directors,  several of whom were considered A-list at the time. Booth concludes that the film resists any one interpretation: Fitts reacts with disgust to meeting Jim and Jim; he asks, "How come these faggots always have to rub it in your face? As Birch was 16 at the time she made the film, and thus classified as a minor in the United States, her parents had to approve her brief topless scene in the movie. He also went hand-held for the excerpts of Ricky's camcorder footage. On the cusp of having sex with Angela, he returns to himself after she admits her virginity. Lester discovers Carolyn's infidelity, but reacts indifferently. Fitts' reaction is not homophobic, but an "anguished self-interrogation".
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