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"X-Men" - Relationship To the Study Of History
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6 pages in length. With the not-so-subtle reference to Nazi Germany and the omnipotent power of Hitler, the 2003 release of X-Men illustrates how the study of history is one that perpetually itself; inasmuch as the focus of attention is upon General William Stryker's myopic objective to eradicate the entire mutant population out of a perceived fear, the film serves to mirror the detrimental influence a single individual can have with regard to manipulating the minds of an otherwise civilized society. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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"Zan Boko"
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This 3 page report discusses the 1988 movie Zan Boko. Director and writer Gaston Kaboré explores the impact of modern society on the lives and development of a traditional African people and their lifestyle. He also considers the ways in which an agrarian, subsistence society is forced into becoming an industrialized, commodity economy and an oral culture into a mass media culture. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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12 Angry Men
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3 page discussion of the classic 50's film '12 Angry Men'; an examination of the American system of trial by jury and the role that stereotypes and prejudices can ultimately play in the system. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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12 Angry Men
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A 3 page film review. "12 Angry Men," in its original version, is set in the late 1950s. The principal focus of the film is the guilt or innocence of a defendant, a Latino adolescent, who is accused of killing his father and the prejudice of the 12, white, male jurors. However, an interesting issue of this film is the way in which the leadership of one man, the Architect, changes the way in which the jurors handle their responsibility. This issue is interesting because, first of all, the context of the plot shows how the knee-jerk, first reaction of the jurors is just go along with the prosecution, trusting that the State would not falsely accuse anyone, and rubber-stamp the boy as guilty. Secondly, the Architect is the only juror who takes his responsibility seriously, and third, by providing leadership, rather than coercion or argument, the Architect succeeds in changing the behavior of his fellow jurors. No additional sources cited.
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