How do the composers of the Shawshank Redemption and the Crucible establish their views of justice with their responders? The Shawshank Redemption has both justice and injustice features but The Crucible has only injustice features. Within the Shawshank redemption we meet a character named Andy and he is wrongly accused of killing his wife and then when they find out whom the real killer of Andy's wife is they hide it. The techniques used in this movie include the use of voice over from Red, repetition of certain lines and irony. The Crucible is a play written by Arthur Miller about the Salem witch-hunt in 1692. The Techniques include irony, dramatic twists and contrast.
The use of voice over from Red provides us with lots of information which the audience wouldn't otherwise know. This is also a good way of being able of seeing Andy in the way other prisoners do.
The repetition of words is used when Red meets at the parole board every ten years. After a few tries of saying the same thing every parole meeting he decides to give in and say something totally different.
Irony plays a big part in The Shawshank Redemption. The movie the Shawshank redemption Andy quotes about having to come to jail to become a criminal. Warden Norton killed Tommy to keep Andy at Jail So Andy could do Warden Norton tax returns for him This tells us that warden Norton is the real criminal.
The irony in the Crucible is everywhere. The only way they could save them selves is by Confessing that they were witches. If they said that they were innocent and could not prove it they would be hanged. Hale, once proud of innocents been proved had to lie to avoid being hanged.
Dramatic twists have...