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Films by setting


Setting Films

The film's location is defined as the setting. The following are some types of setting films:

TYPES OF SETTING FILMS

Crime films
Film noir
Historical films
 Crime films
Crime films contain topics related with the negative side of human behavior such as murders, mafia, crimes, etc.
 Film noir
Film noirs describe elegant Hollywood crime dramas that emphasize moral ambiguity and sexual motivations.
 Historical films
Historical films are based on true facts or the life of well-known people with the purpose to know them.
Science fiction films
Sports films
Teens films
 Science fiction films
Science fiction films describe impact of the scientific and technological advances on the society.
 Sports films
Sport films describe the practice of some sport or narrate sport events and situations related with it.
 Teens films
Teens films are based on topics about teenagers such as rebellion, first love, conflict with parents, etc.
War films
Westerns films
 War films
War films are focused on war, daily military or civilian life and battles that can be fiction, documentary or biographical.
 Western films
Western films (cowboy films) are considered as a native genre that describe the old American west life with gunmen, indians, etc.