[Get Solution]Film Discussion
1) Choose two of the three films we are watching for this essay cycle to watch . One will serve as the basis for your response and the other for your reply to a peer. 2) Before you view the film, be sure to review the lessons on the critical lenses we are using for this paper (located here: Feminist/Gender Studies & Ethnic Literary Studies- Critical Theory Lecture). 3) As you have view the film, consider take notes on aspects of the film that could be interpreted through the critical lenses we are using for Essay 3. 4) Once you have finished viewing the film, choose a critical lens & key question to serve as the basis for a 2 paragraph (300-500 word) response. Be sure to use specific details (try to quote if you can using the closed captioning and transcript options available through the Kanopy database). Be sure to carefully proofread your composition. 5) Review the responses of your peers in the discussion board and choose ONE peer response based on the second film you watched to reply to. Compose a 1 paragraph reply where you seek to expand on your peer’s argument by presenting additional evidence and insight. NOTE: Be sure to carefully proofread all your work for this discussion board. ============================== For reference, here are the key questions from the critical lenses we are using for this essay. Feminist Criticism, Gender Studies, Queer Theory How are the sexes depicted in the text? What are the power relations between the sexes? How is sex and sexual identity depicted in the text? What sorts of dualisms are present in the text (man/woman, straight/gay)? Does the text present identities that are alternative to the gendered or sexual norms? Does the text present these depictions as accepted or abnormal? In either case, how does the depiction complicate our understanding of gendered and sexual norms. Ethnic Literary Studies How does race appear in the text and how does it shape the way we interact with one another? What is the significance of depictions race in the text? How does the text reflect or undermine dominant cultural perceptions of race? How does the text depict a distinct ethnic identity? How does the text depict the lived experience of an ethnic identity in American society? How does the text depict racism as a persistent force in American society? How does the text accurately reflect the experiences of victims of racism?
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