Pub Scene Analysis

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Every director has his or her own little techniques or ways of hinting the audience about the certain characters in their movies.Ron Howard does a tremendous job of revealing John Nash's abnormal talent for seeing patterns, equations, and even coming up with new theories.In the most important scene in the movie, I believe, Howard puts all the pieces together perfectly to explain Nash's Nobel Prize winning Game Theory.
The scene takes place in a musty old pub.Light from the lamps hanging above each table and an eerie cigarette smoke fill the air.The tables are dark brown, old looking, and look like they have been around for a while.Surrounding the tables are red vinyl chairs that have no arms, but have backs that reach the upper back.There is an old fashioned jukebox in the background and pinball machine as well.A pool table is situated in the back of the room; it is surrounding by a bunch of guys that are playing a game of pool at the time.
It starts off with five women, around their twenties, enter the cluttered pub.Among the ladies is a beautiful blonde bombshell.She immediately stands out from the others and all eyes in the pub are suddenly glued to her, especially the eyes of Nash and his four buddies.We now see Nash at a table doing work and his buddies quickly surrounding him to join in staring and commenting on the blonde.Nash then stops his work and goes into a deep stare toward the blonde, but once she looks back at him he get embarrassed and nudges his head down.
Nash's four buddies fill the table with their beer bottles and empty cups of scotch.This creates a very cluttered shot because the table isn't big enough for all five men to begin with.There is also a ton of Nash's work spread all over the table as well.The four buddies start a conversation about who will get the blonde and Adam Smith's economic theory is incorporated with the little competition….