His mother was an accomplished pianist and a devout evangelical Christian. His father, who worked as a bank clerk, was also an artist, scholar, antiquarian, and collector of books and pictures. His rare book collection of more than 6, volumes included works in Greek, Hebrew, Latin, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Within the film itself they go by the interchangeable names "White" and "Black". For clarification, Jones is "Black" and Smith is "White". Smithabout a pair of married assassins called John and Jane Smith. Strangely, the trope is only lampshaded once, when Jane asks for a database search on her husband and her assistant points out it's the most common name in the English language.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: Jack Sparrow gives the harbor master a few shillings so he doesn't have to tell his name.
The harbor master thinks about this for a beat, then welcomes "Mr.
Smith" to Port Royal. He later gives his name as "Smith" to two guards on the dock asking for his name, who clearly aren't fooled. The serial killer in Se7en uses the alias John Doe, as it's his "message" that's supposed to become famous, not himself.
Smith", the protagonist of Shoot 'em Up. The fact that his name is an obvious pseudonym highlights the fact that he's like the Man With No Name from The Western.
Subverted in that it may also be a Meaningful Name — it's suggested that he's a former gunsmith. As soon as he is first called that, he immediately demands to be called by his real name.
Two Fathers Justice The mercenary camp the two vengeful fathers join calls all its trainees "Mr Smith" to preserve their anonymity. This comes in handy later on when they have to get past a guard who was also trained at the camp; they pointedly call him Mr Smith and pretend they were sent by his trainer to check security.
Then again given that he was played by Sean Connerymaybe he was referring to another Jones. John Smythe, although not before the person checking his invitation misreads it as Smith. The Serial Killer in 7 adopts the alias "John Doe", to make himself The Spookas he believes his message is important, not himself.
The main character lives his life in one false identity generated after another. When he meets a woman and starts teaching her the tricks of the trade, he tells her that she needs to have a fake name."My Last Duchess" is a poem by Robert Browning, frequently anthologised as an example of the dramatic monologue.
It first appeared in in Browning's Dramatic Lyrics. The poem is written in 28 rhyming couplets of iambic pentameter. Apr 05, · Rat in the Sugar February 4, at pm. Hey all!
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Reading Robert Browning’s poem “My Last Duchess,” students will explore the use of dramatic monologue as a poetic form, where the speaker often reveals far more than intended. Don't be fooled by the reviews claiming this is an artsy giallo. This is a surreal and extremely tactile movie about female sexuality and senses, with no exploitation, by way of an homage to classic Italian horror.
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