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· 4-5 pages, double spaced, 12 Times New Roman, 1-inch margins.

· Write a critical analysis focusing on one director, school, theme or issue. Use two or more films/literary texts, one should be from the screening list. Find common ground for the chosen texts which explains why you put them together.

· Develop your own specific topic based on required readings/lectures and class discussions. You are encouraged to present your own original understanding and discoveries of the texts.

· Your paper should identify a central thesis (i.e. a clearly articulated thesis statement) and be argued consistently engaging two sets of evidence: textual (the narrative, aesthetics, and formal dimensions of the film) and contextual (the specific historical, social, and political contexts of the film).

· Try to show the reader how you critically engage scholarship and how you develop from or refine their arguments.

Director: Wong Kar-wai

Film: (In the Mood for Love) and 2046. In the two films, it is same director, which is Wong Kar-wai.


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