#10 FILM REVIEW ESSAY

Write the film review essay here, starting with revised versions of your earlier answers. The relevant number of the earlier assignment for each of the below-numbered questions is noted below. This enables you to write this film review based on earlier feedback. You will still get a chance to make final improvements before submitting the final CAP, based on feedback on this from the instructor, which you acknowledge in #11 Instructor Feedback Journal. But this is the major paper in the course, worth 14 points. Do not forget full APA style references at end. These were not needed before but are now. Come back here and make revisions in the film review based on the instructor feedback, prior to sending the final CAP in #12.

 

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1. Exposition: In your own words, tell the story of the film, i.e. what is known as the storyline. In other words, write a summary in your own words of the film’s storyline and plot summary, including descriptions of the key characters (and who plays them). Focus on telling the story, which is known as expository style. In the next question, you will write in narrative style, which is showing what happened. To help you orient the sequence of plot events, see the storyline and plot details that can be found at www.imdb.com. Assume the reader is not familiar with the film, and this is your way of introducing it to the reader. Find specific key plot elements and character development moments. Keep it short and to the point: about 250 words. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

2. Narrative: In your own words, show what happened in what you feel was the single most powerful moment of the film. Paint a picture of the scene so the reader can visualize it and then use she said, he said, he did something, she did not do something, etc. You should have already briefly mentioned that moment in question 1. Focus on narrative, showing what happened, not exposition, telling the story). For this question, do not reflect theoretically. Stick to showing what happened. It is, ok, however, to very briefly describe how it made you feel, but save most of that for the conclusion section below. About 250 words. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

3. Narrative and Reflection on Human Rights and Human Need: Draw on answers the theory and film answers to assignments 3 and 7, , which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #3 and #7, to answer this question. Copy and paste your answers into here and re-write, being sure to discuss both human rights (their denial, efforts to assert) and human needs (how people strived to address them, how they were denied). Draw on the film to first show what happened in a specific scene and moment within the film that is relevant to the readings (Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Dover (2019) and those Dover cited. About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

4. Narrative and Reflection on Textbook Theories: Draw on answers to Assignment #4, #6 and #8, which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #4. Selectively copy and paste your answers into here and re-write. Draw on the film to show what happened in a specific scene and moment within the film that is most relevant to Chapter 1 and at least one other chapter in the textbook. It must be a scene/movement which you feel illustrates the relevance of one or more of the key theories from the reading. Then draw on those readings to interpret what happened. About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

5. Narrative and Reflection on Intersectionalities: Draw on answers to Assignment #5, which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #5 Copy and paste your answers into here and re-write. Draw on the film to first show something that happened with a character in a specific scene and moment within the film, that you feel is relevant to the reading for #5. It must be a scene/moment which you feel illustrates the relevance of Intersectionalities for the characters. Then draw on that reading to interpret what happened. How does this help you understand the various aspects of the social positions of various characters? About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

6. Narrative and Reflection on Microaggressions and Macroaggressions: Draw on answers to Assignment #9, which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #9. Copy and paste your answers into here and re-write. Draw on the film to first show something that happened with a character in a specific scene and moment within the film, that you feel is relevant to the #8 reading on Microaggressions. It must be a scene/moment which you feel illustrates a moment of Microaggressions or Macroaggression. Then draw on that reading to interpret what happened. Briefly, which of these three sources of injustice do you feel was the source of the micro/macroaggression? (Be brief, you can expand in 7, 8 and 9 following.) About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

7. Oppression: Draw on answers to Assignment #9, which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #9. Copy and paste your answers into here and re-write. Use narrative style to portray the single scene most illustrative of group-based oppression, and then reflect on how theories cited in the reading assignment help explain that moment. What social group is the dominant and which is the subordinate? Is there any sign of resistance against this oppression? Is there more than one social group-based oppression illustrated in this scene? For this answer and answer 8 below, draw on the reading for #8 on oppression. If you can’t find a good example in your film (although the films were chosen with the view there are examples of at least oppression or exploitation or mechanistic dehumanization), please explain this and provide an example from something you have witnessed or experienced in your personal or professional life. About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

8. Dehumanization or Exploitation: Draw on answers to Assignment #9, which you should have revised per instructor feedback on #9. Copy and paste your answers into here and re-write. Answer either 8A or 8B. About 250 words well balanced between narrative and theory. Pretend the reader does not know anything about the theory, so you must cite it and explain it and how it is relevant. If you can’t find a good example in your film (although the films were chosen with the view there are examples of at least oppression or exploitation or mechanistic dehumanization), please explain this and provide an example from something you have witnessed or experienced in your personal or professional life.

 

8A. Use narrative style to portray the single scene most illustrative of mechanistic dehumanization (not animalistic dehumanization, which is oppression). Then reflect on how the theory of Haslam (cited in the reading for #8) helps explain that moment. If there is no such example explain why you think that is the case. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

8B: Use narrative style to portray the single scene most illustrative of exploitation, and then reflect on how the theory of Hahnel or Tilly (cited in the reading for #8) or Dover (2019) help explain that moment. If there is no such example explain why you think that is the case. Write your answer here in bold face:

 

9. Concluding Reflections: You have broad leeway here to discuss how, for you, this film is relevant to your personal, professional, and political values, beliefs, and actions and your plans for your professional and educational future. You will be asked to discuss this answer in the closing discussion, where you play a clip from the film and share your reflections. How did this assignment give you insights you can bring to your social work practice or other future career? Does it in some way enhance your empathy and if so how and towards what vulnerable, oppressed, dehumanized or exploited populations? Why would seeing this film be valuable for students of social work and other helping professions, or for students in the social sciences? Write your answer here in bold face:

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