Your responses to these questions will be evaluated and awarded based in part on the following…

Your responses to these questions will be evaluated and awarded based in part on the following criteria:

A.) Is your answer thorough?
B.) Is your answer well written and using proper grammar?
C.) is your answer focused-to the point?
D.) Did you apply the knowledge you gained to a personal example.
E.) Are your responses/explanations clear, relevant, precise, and descriptive?
If this assignment is one class period late, 10 points will be deducted. (I will not accept after one day tardy). Please read these instructions carefully because format is as important as content!

This assignment must be typed, double spaced, stapled, and have one-inch margins. When answering the questions, write complete not fragmented sentences.
Write a minimum of three paragraphs per question, (a minimum of six sentences or more is considered a paragraph). Indent each paragraph. Make certain that every part within a question is

answered and given in-depth explanations and justification. In the upper right- hand corner of each page, type a heading comprising your first and last name, date, course class meeting days,

and class time. No handwriting. Type the movie title and center at the top of the first page. Type the question (in bold) first, and then type your response, below it. Use size twelve (12)

font/Times New Roman. FAILURE TO ADHERE TO ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN NO OR PARTIAL CREDIT! Thank you for your effort.
1. Using your own words, give a detailed synopsis of the movie you watched. Identify at least two examples of ethical/moral dilemmas, tensions/conflict, and/or challenges the characters face

as identified in the film. What is the problem or issue being described?
2. Who were the most significant characters in the movie? Describe why they were important, impressive, or influential. What choices do the main characters face? How do their decisions affect

their own lives and the lives of other characters? Which characters did you identify with most and why? Provide examples of experiences within your own life that might draw a parallel, connect,

or identify with one or more of the character’s lives. …….

3. Why do you think this movie was on the selection list? Why do you agree or disagree with the actions and outcome of the movie? What is the solution, outcome, or resolution of the problem or

issue? What aspects of this film will stick with you over time? What are three (3) things you learned from viewing this film? Explain why these three things are vital to your learning and how this

knowledge will be helpful to you.
<< List of Movies Are On Page 2 >>
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Select one of the following movies:
?• When Harry Met Sally • Transamerica
• It’s Complicated
• Monsoon Wedding
• Madea’s Family Reunion • The Magdalene Sisters
• Kinky Boots
• Milk
• Shallow Hal
• 500 Days Of Summer • Precious
• Hugh Hefner/Playboy/Activist • The Notorious Bettie Page
• Capturing the Friedman’s
• Prayers for Bobby
• Hedwig and The Angry Inc • The Break-Up
• Hard Candy
• Why Did I Get Married?
• If These Walls Could Talk • Saving Face
• Quinceniera
• The Woodsman • Kinsey
• Boys Don’t Cry • Quills
• Philadelphia
• The Birdcage
• Vagina Monologue • Rent
• Beautiful Boxer
• Desert Flower
• The AccusedHUMA 10: FILM ASSIGNMENT
Your responses to these questions will be evaluated and awarded based in part on the following criteria:
A.) Is your answer thorough?
B.) Is your answer well written and using proper grammar?
C.) is your answer focused-to the point?
D.) Did you apply the knowledge you gained to a personal example.
E.) Are your responses/explanations clear, relevant, precise, and descriptive?
If this assignment is one class period late, 10 points will be deducted. (I will not accept after one day tardy). Please read these instructions carefully because format is as important as content!

This assignment must be typed, double spaced, stapled, and have one-inch margins. When answering the questions, write complete not fragmented sentences.
Write a minimum of three paragraphs per question, (a minimum of six sentences or more is considered a paragraph). Indent each paragraph. Make certain that every part within a question is

answered and given in-depth explanations and justification. In the upper right- hand corner of each page, type a heading comprising your first and last name, date, course class meeting days,

and class time. No handwriting. Type the movie title and center at the top of the first page. Type the question (in bold) first, and then type your response, below it. Use size twelve (12) …….

font/Times New Roman. FAILURE TO ADHERE TO ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN NO OR PARTIAL CREDIT! Thank you for your effort.
1. Using your own words, give a detailed synopsis of the movie you watched. Identify at least two examples of ethical/moral dilemmas, tensions/conflict, and/or challenges the characters face

as identified in the film. What is the problem or issue being described?
2. Who were the most significant characters in the movie? Describe why they were important, impressive, or influential. What choices do the main characters face? How do their decisions affect

their own lives and the lives of other characters? Which characters did you identify with most and why? Provide examples of experiences within your own life that might draw a parallel, connect,

or identify with one or more of the character’s lives.
3. Why do you think this movie was on the selection list? Why do you agree or disagree with the actions and outcome of the movie? What is the solution, outcome, or resolution of the problem or

issue? What aspects of this film will stick with you over time? What are three (3) things you learned from viewing this film? Explain why these three things are vital to your learning and how this

knowledge will be helpful to you.
<< List of Movies Are On Page 2 >>
??????
Select one of the following movies:
?• When Harry Met Sally • Transamerica
• It’s Complicated
• Monsoon Wedding
• Madea’s Family Reunion • The Magdalene Sisters
• Kinky Boots
• Milk
• Shallow Hal
• 500 Days Of Summer • Precious
• Hugh Hefner/Playboy/Activist • The Notorious Bettie Page
• Capturing the Friedman’s
• Prayers for Bobby
• Hedwig and The Angry Inc • The Break-Up
• Hard Candy
• Why Did I Get Married?
• If These Walls Could Talk • Saving Face
• Quinceniera
• The Woodsman • Kinsey
• Boys Don’t Cry • Quills
• Philadelphia
• The Birdcage
• Vagina Monologue • Rent
• Beautiful Boxer
• Desert Flower
• The Accused ……. QUESTION TITLE :- The Magdalene Sisters

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