Choose a project type. Select a type of final project from the following: (choose A or B)
A. In-Depth Analysis. Write a critical essay that looks at a French or Francophone film in depth. The movie cannot be one screened in this course, but must still relate to a larger theme encountered in the materials. A list of suggested French films is available in the LLC. Your analysis should examine the conjunction of film form and relevant socio-historic trends.
B. Comparative Analysis. Write a critical essay that compares and/or contrasts two different films. One of your selected films must be a movie screened in this course. The other should be an English-language remake of a French film (or vice versa). Both movies should share an important thematic component or subject covered in class.
Use the library to find at least 5 secondary sources that support your argument or shape your project. Create a bibliography in MLA format that lists your sources.
This movie begins on a night setting in Paris where Driss is speeding Philippe’s Maserati Quattro Porte. This attracts the police attention and they are soon followed and nabbed by the police (Laurier). Driss lies to the police that Philippe is in need of urgent medical attention. Philippe then pretends to have a stroke which makes the police escort them to the hospital. Upon the police leaving the hospital, Philippe questions Driss of what is to be done next. Driss replies: “Now let……
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