# 论文代写：电影场景介绍

#### 29/09/2017

In this story, Mills and Somerset try to catch Serial killer Doe. Mills is a rookie cop and Somerset is the aging cop with a lot of emotional issues. The character Doe tries to kill people for their seven vices (Browing 85). Each of his killings has a central theme. Doe is disgusted by the complacency of the society and acceptance of these evil values by the society. Each killing has been for a particular vice of the person. Doe feels that it is a symbolic representation of the society that people live. The societal members have imbibed each vice into society that it has become acceptable (Browing 87). Doe feels that society is indulging in these vices and ignoring how it affects the society. Owing to this, Doe feels that he has taken a noble pursuit of killing the vices in Society by actually killing the person. He thinks that he as a strong positive motive and tries to create patronage for his actions. Doe is a smart man who eventually plans his own killing. There are a lot of intriguing elements to the characterization of Doe. Mills and Somerset are perplexed about how Doe is acting. They are not able to assess Doe or predict his actions. Doe on the other hand had more knowledge and eventually outwits the cops in his own unique way. Cops however kill Doe and they feel that they have won in this situation. But Doe tries to reiterate that anyone can be persuaded to kill if they have motive. In this case Mills actually acts as to what Doe wants. But Mills kills Doe in a moment of extreme emotion. There is a dark prevailing theme in this story line. In this story Mills tries to learn from the senior cop. There is absent father figure and a certain level of isolation in his character. Main protagonists in this story line are Mills and Somerset. In this story, the final climatic scene can be interpreted in many forms. No one can explain if the main protagonist has truly won in this scenario.