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La Luna

In the film La Luna, the beards and broom stlye symbolize how serious a character is in the story. The dad keeps his hat straight, indicating that he is more strict or straight forward. This is shown with the way he pushes around the stars. He uses a broom to neatly put them into spots where he wants them. The grandfather uses a mop, as he is more loose and chilled out. He taps them away with a flick. He also allows his beard to grow out longer and less kept. The kid uses the rake, implying that he wants to be like both his dad and his grandpa, whilst still being special in his own way. The kid wears his hat backwards, showing everyone that he enjoys being different.

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