However, with these many themes, do not get confused.
Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” is lurid, shallow, glamorous, trashy, tasteless, seductive, sentimental, aloof, and artificial.
It’s an excellent adaptation, in other words, of F. Luhrmann, as expected, has turned “Gatsby” into a theme-park ride. He hasn’t tried to make the novel more respectable, intellectual, or realistic.
Instead, he’s taken “The Great Gatsby” very seriously just as it is.“Gatsby” is hard to pin down.
Nick Carraway moves to West Egg and later goes on to visit her Cousin Daisy and her spouse Tom at East Egg.
He meets people like Jordan, a golfer by profession, who depicts a luxurious life than what Nick is accustomed to.
Wilson went to Gatsby’s and shot him and turned the firearm to himself.
None of Gatsby’s friends, even those invited to his lavish parties, showed up to his funeral.
However, the entire narrative does not address their love story only but has several themes plus issues like wickedness, confidence, greed, plus social prejudice which were real emerging issues during the ’20s.
Those that have read the novel connect to it and feel like it has some influence in their lives.