What changes in society did 1960s movies have?
Some films pushed the envelope morals-wise by digressions into such thematics as homosexuality ( The sergeant, Midnight Cowboy, Gaily Gaily) some films dealt with drug abuse among the film colony- a subject previously taboo- the Jacqueline Suzann novel Valley of the Dolls- made into a film (Sans) Judy Garland, who was originally considered for one of the roles- is also credited with popularizing the term Funny Farm as a synonym for Mental Hospital. On the other hand some rather deep but not action-oriented social problems such as miscegeneation ( race-mixing) and inter-religious tolerance or the lack thereof did not fare well- in the sixties. so it goes.
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Answer . The 1958 launch of Sputnik I was a major change to the US defensive position, and the election of John F. Kennedy with the coming of "Camelot" was another. The Ei…senhower administration had placed into motion such actions as Vietnam and the Bay of Pigs. Kennedy had based the future of his administration on social reforms, and instead found that he would be a wartime President.
One of the changes in the Movie was that the change of teaching style from different teachers ( MR KEATING) == Another is when the characters personality changes e.g. the on…e who falls in love with that girl he changes thoughout the film...
Music in the 1960s had a huge impact upon society. The rock musicand pop were unlike any kind of music in history, and it laid thefoundation for today's music.
Todays Fashion is more attractive and revealing then the fashion of 1960s.
Many changes have been reflected in bollywood movies which occur in society. Such as the technology advancements. There are many other changes as well.
Which change in the us society in the 20th century was an outgrowth of the success of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s?
the creation of new groups to advocate for the rights of other minorities
b. Because scientists found smoking causes cancer
It is more liberal
There are new special effects and the color in which the movies of today are shown in are more advanced than in the 1960s.
Music in the 1960s reflects the changing nature of American society in the sense that music was becoming more experimental and rock & roll than it used to be.
Because of the low cost of tobacco