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Dr Strange, Movie Breakdown
Fri 28 April 2017, 18:00 – 20:30 BST
Hollywood has a habit of borrowing stories from other cultures but representing them as their own: Disney's Lion King was based upon an orginal African folk tale, Christopher Nolan's Inception borrows heavily from Japanese anime movie Paprika, James Cameron's Avatar is very similar to Studio Giblhi's Princess Mononoke. Dr Strange the movie based on the 1970s comic is chock full of obvious and discrete references to African and Asian culture. In this interactive film analysis, we will cover:
- Ancient African symbols
- Egyptian myths and legends
- The Iron Man connection
- Who is the real Mordo?
- The Black History of Thor
- Black dance influence on the magic
- Astral projection, real or imagined ?
About the speaker:
Since 1994, Andrew Muhammad has been conducting history tours nationwide and internationally to Egypt, Tunisia, Ireland and Spain. Andrew has also designed what is widely known as the ‘Hidden Truth Movie Breakdown’. This delivery is based on the Chinese proverb that a picture paints a thousand words.
The movie industry has perfected the art of using signs and symbols to convey many hidden truths to a very unsuspecting and susceptible audience. This type of communication was first invented in Kemet (Egypt) and was used throughout their society. Many Hollywood blockbuster films and cartoons such as The Matrix and Lion King contain secrets that will amaze the viewers.
More info on Andrew Muhammad here http://theinvestigator.org.uk/the-investigator/