6 Word Memoir
10 Rules for a Utopian Society
1) No weapons
2) No fighting
3) No cussing
4) No drugs
5) Don't be rude
6) Be nice
7) No stealing
8) No smoking
9) Be honest
10) Students must have education
Blog Post- Ideals of Freedom
Casting Actors and Actresses for the 1984 Movie
Johnny Depp would play Winston Smith because he can play a person who is smart and can question the society. He would also fit the part because he wears glasses and he can look the same age as Winston. Kristen Stewart would play Julia because she has experience playing a brave and strong girl. She has characteristics that are similar to Julia's like her dark hair and pale face, which would make the role more realistic. Matt Damon can play O'Brien because he can play someone who is very likeable and relatable to others. Big Brother can be played by Jack Nicolson because he is very experienced at playing scary or creepy characters. Also, he looks like Big Brother, which would enhance the character. Mrs. Parsons would be played by Diane Keaton because she can play a dull mother and has great experience in acting. Parsons would be played by Danny DeVito because he can play an obnoxious and dull man. Danny DeVito would also be good for the part because he has the same physical characteristics as Parsons. The Parsons kids would be played by Max Charles and Francesca Capaldi because they can play annoying kids that can act like spies. Syme would be played by Harrison Ford because he is known for playing intelligent characters in movies. Mr. Charrington would be played by Billy Crystal because he can play a nice and understanding store owner. Quentin Tarantino would play Emmanuel Goldstein because he has experience playing bad people, which could make Goldstein's character stronger. Kevin Costner would play Comrade Tillotson because he can play someone who is focused on his work and is very secretive.
I feel like these are the best choices for the characters and that if I were to make a movie, than it would be great!
A New Ending To Pages 92-104
The place where there is no darkness was the imagined future, which one would never see, but which, by foreknowledge, one could mystically share in....
Just then, almost as if the future had folded into the past, there was a loud knock on the heavy brass door. KNOCK- KNOCK- KNOCK. Suddenly there came a familiar feeling to Winston's eyes, the same of which was present when their eyes communicated with each other last week when they were across from each other during the Two Minutes of Hate. Winston could feel that O'Brien had come here to talk to him about what that glance had meant. He knew that they had the same opinion about the government as soon as he met O'Brien. He knew that today was the day that they would tell each other the truth about their feelings toward the dystopian government. Winston could vaguely see the sight of them in the future shaking each other's hands and secretly working against the government to ensure and promote freedom. Winston was very anxious about this moment, and he knew that every second he spent contemplating about opening the door, that that meant there was another moment gone from removing the insane government. With his heart beating in his chest as fast as a cheetah, he slowly took one step at a time, moving in the direction of the door.
"Who is it?" Winston asked hesitantly, while shaking like a leaf on a windy day.
"It's O'Brien." the figure behind the door replied in a monotone voice
Winston sunk as he knew that he had to compose himself while speaking to him. He wiggled his sweaty fingers and slowly reached toward the door, pulling it open ever so slightly.
"Ah!" Winston yelped as he rolled over on his bed, waking up from a nightmare.