Choose a detail, a theme or a scene(s) from the film to analyze. A good way to approach this assignment is to consider a key question or theme that evolves from the screening (and the subsequent discussion) of the film. You might think about how the film â€œfitsâ€ with other, over-arching themes discussed in class
After you decide what aspect of the film youâ€™d like to write about, here are some other guidelines to follow:
1. Critical Reflection Essays should be 12-font, double-spaced. 2. You may include a brief synopsis of the film but no more than a short paragraph. 3. The majority of your essay should be argumentative (it should have a thesis), offer a critical analysis of the detail, question, or theme youâ€™ve chosen. 4. Use scenes (dialog and images) from the film, as well as readings from the class, as evidence to support your argument. Be sure to cite the readings you draw from.