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Choose one film to view from the options provided below. Put the title of the film at the top of your submission and the names of the main characters just below, each with a one-sentence descript
Choose one film to view from the options provided below. Put the title of the film at the top of your submission and the names of the main characters just below, each with a one-sentence description. Describe whose story the film was, what experiences the protagonist(s) had, and what changes he, she, or they underwent as a result (100 words). Do not summarize the plot. Next, do a close reading (400 words) of one scene (a series of shots united by time and place that, taken together, form a scene) that engenders an emotional response, and describe what cinematic techniques (camera movement and/or angle, editing, lighting, set, casting, sound, etc.--elements not to be confused with actions and plot) the director employs to the create the desired reaction (joy, despair, confusion, etc.) in his or her audience. Try to stay as much as possible within the word limit. Concision is always more impressive (and harder) than wordiness. What, upon further reflection, do you think the story has to say about the nature of being human? (Each of these films roughly corresponds to forms of love felt at different stages of life.)
- Pocket Change / Small Change / L'argent de poche (France, 1976)
- The Postman / Il Postino (Italy, 1994)
- Kolya (Czech Republic, United Kingdom, France, 1996) *
- Gloria (Chile, 2013)