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The yellow brick road is a fictional element in the children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by American author L. Frank Baum. In the novel's first edition the road is mostly referred to as the "Road of Yellow Bricks ".
In the original story and in later films based on it such as The Wiz , Dorothy Gale must find the road before embarking on her journey, as the tornado did not deposit her farmhouse directly in front of it as in the film.
The following is an excerpt from the third chapter of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz , in which Dorothy sets off to see the Wizard:. There were several roads near by, but it did not take Dorothy long to find the one paved with yellow bricks.
Within a short time she was walking briskly toward the Emerald City ; her Silver Shoes tinkling merrily on the hard, yellow road-bed.
The road is first introduced in the third chapter of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The road begins in the heart of the eastern quadrant called Munchkin Country in the Land of Oz.
It functions as a guideline that leads all who follow it, to the road's ultimate destination—the imperial capital of Oz called Emerald City that is located in the exact center of the entire continent.
In the book, the novel's main protagonist, Dorothy, is forced to search for the road before she can begin her quest to seek the Wizard.
This is because the cyclone from Kansas did not release her farmhouse closely near it as it did in the various film adaptations.
After the council with the native Munchkins and their dear friend the Good Witch of the North , Dorothy begins looking for it and sees many pathways and roads nearby, all of which lead in various directions.
Thankfully it doesn't take her too long to spot the one paved with bright yellow bricks. Later in the book, Dorothy and her companions, the Scarecrow , Tin Woodman and Cowardly Lion discover that the road has fallen into disrepair in some parts of the land, having several broken chasms ending at dangerous cliffs with deadly drops.
In the end of the book we learn the road's history; unlike in Walt Disney's prequel film Oz the Great and Powerful , the Emerald City and yellow brick road did not exist prior to Oz's arrival.
When Oscar Diggs arrived in Oz via hot air-balloon that had been swept away in a storm, the people of the land were convinced he was a great "Wizard" who had finally come to fulfill Oz's long-awaited prophecy.
Since the recent fall of Oz's mortal King Pastoria , and the mysterious disappearance of his baby daughter Princess Ozma , Oscar immediately proclaimed himself as Oz's new dominant ruler and had his people build the road as well as the city in his honor.
In the classic film, a red brick road can be seen starting at the same point as the yellow brick road and is entwined with it, despite seemingly going in a different direction.
This version of the road does not exist in Baum's books. Also, at the cornfield where Dorothy meets and befriends the Scarecrow , there is a fork in the yellow brick road leading in different directions.
Luckily they choose the correct one of the three branches that leads to Emerald City. Roger Moore. Underwhelming finish explains zilch, but good perfs, atmospherics and use of backwoods locations make Yellowbrickroad an intriguing cipher.
Dennis Harvey. A well-shot, multi-dimensional, and unexpectedly cerebral little horror story. Scott Weinberg. A disturbing and unsettling bit of word to the wise that sometimes the unsolvable should remain unsolved Felix Vasquez Jr.
Victoria Alexander. It's rare these days to see a refreshing approach to backwoods horror, but YellowBrickRoad once again proves that there are still original and terrifying stories lurking in nature.
Heather Wixson. In the end, YellowBrickRoad is just another pathway for people who go into the woods, go crazy, and get killed. Staci Layne Wilson.
YellowBrickRoad not only offers a mystery with no solution which isn't such a terrible thing by itself , but also a story with no clear sense of purpose.
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How did you buy your ticket? As far as I am concerned, The Wizard of Oz has exerted the most profound influence on filmmakers around the world who refuse to see the cinema as a realist medium, but rather view it as the art form that comes closest to our dreams.
In The Wizard of Oz , reality — as represented by Kansas — is literally colourless. But once we enter the Land of Oz we are plunged into a world of vivid Technicolor and extraordinary painted sets that make no attempt to hide their artifice.
Even the cloyingly sentimental return to Kansas in the final few minutes cannot hide the true message: the imagination is far more interesting that reality can ever be.
It should come as no surprise then that one of the finest riffs on the film comes from the doyen of American surrealist filmmakers, David Lynch. There is more to these allusions than a mere doffing of the cap, however.
The references serve as a reminder of how America has changed. Perhaps the most extraordinary nod to The Wizard of Oz comes from closer to home.
A Matter of Life and Death was a fantasy film written, produced and directed by the team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger in Commissioned during the final months of the Second World War to help mend the strained relationship between the British and their American allies, the film is set in two realms: Earth and heaven which may or may not be a figment of a the imagination of a bomber pilot with brain trauma.
Following the lead of The Wizard of Oz , Powell and Pressburger decided to distinguish between these two realms by shooting one in Technicolor and the other in monochrome essentially black and white produced by undyed Technicolor film.
Filmmakers, audiences and critics alike have generally accepted the paradox that the real world may be in colour, but on film black and white is more realistic — so by showing heaven in monochrome, Powell and Pressburger seem to be telling us that our imagination is more real than the real world.
Such a bold and subversive gesture would have been unthinkable, however, had the The Wizard of Oz not come before and showed filmmakers the imaginative possibilities of the medium.
Brian Hoyle is a senior lecturer in film studies at the University of Dundee. This article first appeared on The Conversation.
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