Animal Farm Review

Within the movie "Animal Farm" there can be found an array of political statements and opinions in the actions of the animals and the storyline of the movie.
These clever vices are used to describe political situations found in the real world.
The movie begins with the introduction of mister Jones; a farmer who over -works his livestock with little compensation toward their part. This aspect reflects dictatorship; the overseeing government has total control over the society within the nation. Obviously, through history, people in the society of a dictatorship stand for it very shortly, as the animals do after a secret alliance is decreed between all of the animals in search of a rebellion against the evil and corrupt Mr. Jones. These meetings of all of the livestock present a danger toward themselves as the government watches and checks suspicious behaviour, looking out for any anti-government uprisings that could create a "stir" in the right-wing society.
Just like in the movie, mass numbers in public (suppressed with one ideal) can produce a great force in numbers and over-throw the government through rioting and mass propaganda. Also spreading the word to other nations with the similar environment is presented in the movie.
Much the same as in real life, when the mass succeeds, they draw up a list of new statutes and regulations that fit the basic average of what every person (or animal) wants or sees in a perfect society/economy that would work with their new ideals. It is then that the work must begin; finding out who works where, who does what and who is best fitted for their role in society. An example of this in the movie is when it is decided that the horse will plough the fields as it has expertise in the category of the task at hand. Rather than have the government appoint workplace positions, found in communism, the people of the

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