Gender/Sexuality: Blue is the Warmest Color, Boys Don’t Cry, Juno, Tough Guise, Moonlight, Gender Revolution, Moonlight, A Danish Girl
Race: Jungle Fever, Do the Right Thing, Dear White People, Malcolm X, A Separation, Black Power Mixtape, Moonlight, OJ Simpson Made in America
Authenticity/The Examined Life: Blue is the Warmest Color, Waking Life, Examined Life, La Dolce Vita, Blade Runner, Ex Machina
Then apply the film to the philosophical issue it addresses (examined life, authenticity, gender/sexuality, race, etc.) while using a Platonic, Cartesian, Existentialist, Feminist Existentialist, or Critical Race Theory lens to examine the issues in the film. Write a 2-page paper that explains what the film is about for the first half and then the second half explains how a philosophical lens can be applied to the film, and what issue(s) does the film focus on.
– 2 pages, times new roman font, double-spaced, 1 inch margins, 12 point font
– Textual quotes from philosopher you are using
– Be specific about the film
– Explain concepts with philosophical baggage (explain philosophical concepts in your own words)
– No secondary sources, only the film, the text, and your brilliant minds!
JUST IN CASE, FOR “Textual quotes from philosopher you are using” she mentioned.
I will provide some pdf file which is a book;
Sartre, Jean-Paul, et al. Existentialism Is a Humanism = (LExistentialisme Est Un Humanisme) ; Including, a Commentary on The Stranger (Explication De LÉtranger). Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning, Alternate Formats, 2016