Death, White Neige, Walt Disney
Walt Disney was trying to implement the best possible on-screen the fatal outcome of tales which was inspired. Therefore, in its quest for perfection, and obsession to adapt the best possible story, he was inspired by various films, authors, see s character. He looked strong character for one of the most important figures, the queen. It had to be both cold and funereal beauty, of great stature, that of a queen extraordinary who will stop at nothing to kill a child. This character is trying to shape Disney would it not his own reflection ? This queen who seeks eternal beauty, but not only, because beauty also means youth, immortality. However, this quest for immortality is the opposite of his passion for black magic, which turn into old woman symbol of M ort, and send it to spite the fatal outcome as she feared, Death.
Disney wanted his character looks like both the big bad wolf of the three little pigs and that of Lady Macbeth (Annex 3) female character in Shakespeare who goes insane after ordering the murder of her husband. But the face was to draw on paper mache masks Wla dy slaw Theodor Benda  (Annex 4). It is also Joan Crawford  (Annex 5), his eyes and his lips particular that inspired Walt Disney to the Queen  .
[...] But it will veil the passages deemed too horrible s for s representation in animated form, such as multiple attempts of the queen to kill the young woman. Walt Disney will retain only the last one with the poisoned apple. Or the end, which stops Walt Disney kiss of Prince Charming, and Blanche N eige who share with him towards his castle on his white horse, the Brothers Grimm is quite different. Thinking of getting rid of Blanche N eige Queen again asks her mirror who is the fairest of the kingdom. [...]
[...] D onc, it is not necessary that the film eige N White and the Seven Dwarfs is not too explicit at the sinister and violent passages. At the exit of Bambi in 1942, we are in full World War II, not to show an atmosphere of dramatic realism to the public who saw the horror every day, Disney decided to hide the death of the mother of the fawn in the film. Indeed, we do not see, however, the shot we hear echoing in the whole forest. [...]
[...] It is sure of his victory and is ready to pa RTIR looking for White N eige. This last part is particularly morbid and emphasizes transparency describe our p ort M unlike an explicit vision. The scene in which Blanche N eige crunches the apple : This scene also increases the transparency of the words facing the representation of M ort White N eige. When the young woman bite into the fruit you can not see not fall or even suffocated, and plan on e Vieill woman waiting Blanche N e eige meur saying " His breathing is s arrest, his blood will run cold ! [...]
[...] "This quote Jean Cocteau sums up the feeling experienced by the dwarves. After this sequence, it is described as a background of autumn e branch decorated with ocher leaves accompanying text) " Her beauty was so radiant, even in death, the dwarves do not have the heart av to bury. Then the second text as a background of the winter dead branch) " They fashioned a golden decorated glass coffin, sat up Constam ment at the bedside of the princess. [...]
[...] E nsuite comes the queen who turns into old market, old age being a symbol of death. Finally, in the last scene, the old witch tomb of f draw sheet and vultures watching her fall awaiting his last breath to rotate around their new body . The vultures are considered as doomsayers and are mainly related to M ort since they feed on ca rcasses and corpses. C are all scenes are the result of work cutting and perfection, a perfect re imagined Disney shows where the illusion of death to create a fantasy of immortality through his films. [...]
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