Discussion evaluating film
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For this discussion, you should view the film Away from her (Egoyan et al., 2006). This week we will use the Munro short story “The bear came over the mountain? (2013) as the criteria against which to evaluate the film Away from her (Egoyan et al., 2006). You will be making a judgment based on the evidence from the story and the film to evaluate how well the film depicts the story and how well the story and the film depict Alzheimer’s.
- Do you think the film accurately depicts the characters in the short story?
- Do you think that the film justifies the themes of the story?
- Does the film accurately depict Alzheimer’s?
- Does the film present as overly sentimental?
- Do you prefer the film or the short story?
You should post a total of three times (minimum) with activity on at least three separate days during the unit.
Egoyan, A. Hirst, V., Iron, D. Mankoff, D. Urdl, S. Weiss, J. (Producers), & Polley, S. (Director). (2006).
Away from her. [Motion picture]. Canada: Foundry Film
Munro, A. (2013, Oct 21). The bear came over the mountain. The New Yorker.
All citations from the film should be: (Egoyan et al., 2006).
Add timestamp number to citations with direct quotes from the film.
Add a para. number to citations with direct quotes from the story.