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It is observable that "all characters are affected by the connections created between them — connections that influence both their individual trajectories as characters and the overall structure of the plot".
It shows how a single object can serve as a connection between many different characters or nodes in a network who don't necessarily need to know each other.
Even though the rifle is not passed on any further, it continues to influence the characters' lives in significant ways.
This demonstrates how the smallest actions on one side of the world can ultimately lead to a complete change of another person's life elsewhere, without there being any form of direct contact between the two also see Butterfly effect.
It also creates a small-world effect, in which "characters will intersect again and again"  either directly or indirectly and mostly by accident.
As Maria Poulaki observes, characters in network narratives "meet and separate not because of the characters' purposeful actions but as an outcome of pure chance".
Actress Adriana Barraza , who plays the role of Amelia, is a two-time survivor of minor heart attacks. She nonetheless carried actress Elle Fanning around in the hot desert of Southern California during the summer for five days during filming.
Filming locations included Ibaraki and Tokyo in Japan, Mexico El Carrizo,  Sonora , and Tijuana , Morocco Ouarzazate and Taguenzalt — a Berber village in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains , built into the rocky gorges of the Draa 's valley  , the US state of California San Diego , and Drumheller in the Canadian province of Alberta.
Principal photography began on 2 May and wrapped on 1 December The film's original score and songs were composed and produced by Gustavo Santaolalla.
The closing scene of the film features "Bibo no Aozora" by award-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. It was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score.
Babel was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. In response, distributors administered a health warning describing the scene.
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Richard, the Pitt character, behaves like an ugly American in one sense, and in another like a man terrified of losing his wife.
He is insulting, sometimes without realizing it, to his generous hosts. Nor should he assume no one in Morocco speaks English.
Everything finally fit together, in a very good film, but there was sometimes the sense that we were more disoriented than the film really wanted us to be.
They all have their reasons, they all work with only limited information, they all win our sympathy. There were a few complaints when the film was released that the Japanese plot was hauled into the movie against its will.
Not at all. There is even the theme of adolescent sexual insecurity to link Japan with Morocco. And the behavior of police officers in both countries, who are doing their jobs blamelessly, based on the information they have.
And with various adults, including the passengers on the bus, there is the reality of men accustomed to having their way, finding themselves in a place where no one knows or cares who they are.
But these characters are not idiots, and desperately want to utter that word or sentence, but are prevented because of a the language barrier, b their cultural assumptions, c the inability of others to comprehend what they are actually saying, and d how in that case everyone falls into an established script made of prejudice and misunderstanding.
Inarritu films more in sorrow than anger, and spares most of his characters tragic retribution because he loves and understands them too much to simply grind them in a plot.
This is a film about people who do what we might do — if we were them. The two boys realize what has happened and flee the scene, hiding the rifle in the hills that night.
Glimpses of television news programs reveal that the US government holds the shooting to be a terrorist act and is pressuring the Moroccan government to apprehend the culprits.
Having traced the rifle back to Hassan, the Moroccan police descend quickly on his house and roughly question him and his wife until they reveal that the rifle was given to him by a Japanese man, and then sold to Abdullah.
The two boys see the police on the road and confess to their father what they have done. They believe at the time that the American woman has died of her wounds.
The three flee from their house, retrieving the rifle as they go. The police corner them on the rocky slope of a hill and open fire. After his brother is hit in the leg, Yussef returns fire, striking one police officer in the shoulder.
The police continue shooting, eventually hitting Ahmed in the back, possibly fatally injuring him. As his father rages with grief, Yussef eventually surrenders and confesses to all the crimes, begging clemency for his family and medical assistance for his brother.
The police take him into custody. The family's fate is unresolved. The movie's first plot is interspersed with scenes of Richard and Susan.
They came on vacation in Morocco to get away from things and mend their own marital woes. The death of their infant third child to SIDS has strained their marriage significantly as they struggle to communicate their frustration, guilt, and blame.
When Susan is shot on the tour bus, Richard orders the bus driver to the nearest village with a doctor the village is named Tazarine in the film.
There a local veterinarian sews up the wound to stem the loss of blood. The other tourists wait for some time, but they eventually demand to leave, fearing the heat and worried that they may be the target of further attacks.
Since Susan cannot travel by bus in her condition, Richard threatens the tour group to wait for the ambulance, which never arrives, and eventually the bus leaves without them while Richard is on the phone.
The couple remains behind with the bus's tour guide, Anwar, still waiting for transport to a hospital having contacted the US embassy using the village's only phone.
Political issues between the US and Morocco prevent quick help, but a helicopter comes at last. After five days in the hospital, Susan recovers and is sent home.
Japan Simultaneously, the movie tells the story of Chieko Wataya Rinko Kikuchi , a rebellious, deaf Japanese teenage girl, traumatized by the recent suicide of her mother.
She starts exhibiting sexually provocative behavior, partly in response to dismissive comments from a member of her volleyball team.
While out with friends, Chieko finds a teenage boy attractive, and following an unsuccessful attempt at socialising, takes off her panties and exposes herself in an act combining flirtation and contempt.
Chieko eventually encounters two police detectives who question her about her father. She finds one of the detectives, Kenji Mamiya Satoshi Nikaido , attractive.
She invites Mamiya back to the apartment she shares with her father. Wrongly supposing that the detectives are investigating her father's involvement in her mother's suicide, she explains to Mamiya that her father was asleep when her mother jumped off the balcony and that she witnessed this herself.
It turns out the detectives are, in fact, investigating a hunting trip Yasujiro took in Morocco. Yasujiro is an avid hunter and during a trip in Morocco he gave his rifle, as a gift, to his very skilled hunting guide, Hassan, who at the beginning of the film sold the rifle to Abdullah.
Soon after learning this, Chieko reveals her real motive in inviting Mamiya to her home. She approaches him nude and attempts to seduce him.
He resists her approaches but comforts her as she bursts into tears. Before he leaves, Chieko writes him a note, indicating that she does not want him to read it until he is gone.
Leaving, the detective crosses paths with Yasujiro and explains the situation with the rifle. Yasujiro replies that he did indeed give it as a gift; there was no black market involvement.
About to depart, Mamiya offers condolences for the wife's suicide. Yasujiro, though, is confused by the mention of a balcony and angrily replies that "My wife shot herself in the head.
Chieko was the first to find the body. I've explained this to the police many times. After leaving, the detective stops at a bar to read Chieko's note.
Within the film, the note's contents are never revealed. When Richard and Susan are detained because of Susan's injury, Amelia is forced to take care of the children longer than planned and becomes worried that she will miss her son's wedding.
Unable to secure any other help to care for them, she calls Richard for advice, who impatiently tells her to cancel the wedding.
Without his permission Amelia decides to take the children with her to the wedding in a rural community near Tijuana, Mexico, rather than miss it.
They cross the border uneventfully and the children are soon confronted by the Mexican culture and street scene. The revelry of the wedding extends well into the evening, but rather than staying the night in Mexico with the children, Amelia decides to drive back to the States with Santiago.