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It's his off-kilter sensibilities which drive Big Shot's Funeral, and the friendship between he and Tyler is genuinely amusing. As said before, Big Shot's Funeral doesn't end in an entirely satisfactory manner, though the characters end up pretty well. A happy ending seems to be in order for most of the cast, which wasn't really necessary. Plus, the film ultimately gives a lot of weight to the.
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Meanwhile, the office is becoming more stiflingly hot and big flies are buzzing on Meursault's cheeks. It is a scene of punishment — by the heat, the flies, and by the magistrate. Meursault realizes that such odd behavior is far more typical of a criminal, and Meursault, enduring silently, is the criminal. Furthermore, he becomes truly criminal to the magistrate when he admits to a disbelief.
Big Shot's Funeral World Famous film director Don Tyler (Donald Sutherland) is surrounded by hundreds of costumed extras in China's fantastic Forbidden City when a creative drought hits and he has no idea where to put the camera. Tossed off the picture by his studio boss (Paul Mazursky), Tyler's depression is only relieved by his unlikely friendship with down-on-his-luck cameraman YoYo (Ge You.
Quinn ’s father was a soldier who died in Afghanistan. We never learn his first name, though people in the town often refer to him by his nickname, “Saint Springfield.” Quinn’s father was by all accounts a heroic figure who, when he was not on duty, spent his free time volunteering at a soup kitchen.