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Prompt #2:At the beginning of the film, Paul places far greater value on protecting his familythan on protecting his neighbors.
Prompt #2:At the beginning of the film, Paul places far greater value on protecting his familythan on protecting his neighbors. However, as the film progresses, his sense of obligation to hisneighbors and his countrymen deepens. Indeed, rather than abandon the refugees he is sheltering,he sends his family to safety while he stays behind.Is his decision the morally right one? Inmaking decisions, how much weight should one give to the welfare of one's family compared tothe welfare of one's neighbors? How much weight should governments give to the welfare offoreign peoples compared to that of their own citizens?