Themes to explore: Socially outcast: -Blade Runner: Due to mass-migration of asian culture, mass-migration is evident in advertisement

on side of skyscaper being displayed in japanese. Linguistic a nd cultural barrier prevents Deckard from acceptance within the society, this fo reshadows the social rejection the Replicants will face. Wide shot of city in opening scenes of blade runner showing the advertis ement Deckard is unable to communicate with the owner of the noodle shop - Med ium shot showing both Deckard and the owner with the owner being behind a counte r. This is a possible representation of this linguistic barrier that separates D eckard from the asian populus that has overrun the city. In the scene where Pris meets Sebastian there is a medium shot showing Pris in a vulnerable state, evident in her body language, in which her arms are crossed o ver her chest implying she is trying to defend this vulnerability. She says "I'm lost", this indicates the idea that she is outcast by society and is unable to find her way back, the innocence portrayed also exemplifies a human or at least 'natural' quality. Frankenstein: The monsters social exclusion is essentially a focal point of the entirety of th e novel, and hence is referred back to multiple times throughout.The initial por trayal of this notion is clear when the monster is abandoned so suddenly by his creator, leaving him alone and confused. And as he attempted to integrate himsel f with society he was rejected, leaving him isolated and wishful to exact reveng e against the one who gave him life. The raw emotion of rage induced by this ser ies of events equates the monster to a human being. "'All men hate the wretched; how then, must I be hated... Yet you, my creator, d etest and spurn me, thy creature... bound by ties only dissoluble by the annihil ation of one of us.'" The combination of gothicism and romanticism helps to exaggerate these human-lik e qualities possessed by the monster. Victor's obsession with discovering the 'secret of life' led to his self-isolati on from society and his own family, as is evident when he says "I, who had ever been surrounded by amiable companions ...endeavouring to bestow mutual pleasure, I was now alone." Communication/Power of words Blade Runner: "All those moments, lost in time, like tears in the rain" - poetic analogy sugge sts Roy possesses a human nature and hence has been simply fighting for his righ tful place of belonging, within a human society. Close-up of Roy's face shows hi s tears are truly being lost in the rain, aligning this analogy with his own lif e. Close up of Rachel's face when she is told by Deckard her memories are not her o wn, but Tyrell's niece's that have been implanted into her head shows her emotio nal reaction(crying), in this case it is not the power of words but the lack the reof. Frankenstein: As the monster looks at the lifeless form of his creator he says 'In his murder my crimes are consummated; the miserable series of my being is wound to its clos e... What does it avail that I now ask thee to pardon me?' The shakespearean lan

. Wretched devil! .. "Abhorred monster! Fiend that thou art!.." The gothic and r omantic elements present in this quote spoken by Victor Frankenstein portray a s evere hatred for the monster. .. it is as if Mary Shelley is comparing this monster to the likes of William Shakespeare himself and thus amplifying the idea of humanity w ithin the monster.guage form is a representation of the romanticism era and exemplies an intellect ual and human quality.