Watch any movie you want, just make sure its appropriate and answer the following prompt:
* Importance of careful description of mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, and sound;
* The specific aim of a film *essay* (versus a review): you’re writing for a reader who knows the film and you want to compel them to see the film in a new light. Share an engaging and nuanced reading of the film in light of key details that may have been missed during a first screening.
* Your careful descriptions of the film should be motivated by a thesis that does *not* simply reduce the film to a cliché, but rather highlights elements that make the film unique, complex, and even profound. But always keep film style at the forefront of your argument because this is a film essay and it should always feel that way.
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