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_Jeanne Dielmann_ and _The Wizard of Speed and Time_...

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Scott Andrew Hutchins
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On Sun, 27 Feb 2000, Donald Larsson wrote:

> Aysen Mustafa requests:
>
>
>
> > Hoping SCREEN-L members can provide me with suggestions of film titles to
> > study as text in an English class (Year 12 or 17 year olds).  Looking at
> > narrative in particular and the choices adults make in their life.
>
> A few that come to mind (how "appropriate" some are for this age and
> class probably depends on your school administrators):
>
> Capra's IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
> Zinnemann's HIGH NOON, THE NUN'S STORY, and A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
> Stevens' A PLACE IN THE SUN
> Welles' CITIZEN KANE
> Mulligan's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
> Ritt's THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD and NORMA RAE
> Rafelson's FIVE EASY PIECES
> May's THE HEARTBREAK KID
> Lumet's SERPICO
> Coppola's THE CONVERSATION
> Fosse's ALL THAT JAZZ
> Kasdan's THE BIG CHILL
> Armstrong's MY BRILLIANT CAREER
> Beresford's TENDER MERCIES
> Weir's WITNESS
> Ouedragoao's SAMBA TRAORE
> Mambety's HYENAS
> Mizoguchi's OSAKA ELEGY and UGETSU
> Kurosawa's IKIRU
> Imamura's INSECT WOMAN
> Oshima's MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE and CRUEL STORY OF YOUTH
> Bergman's WILD STRAWBERRIES and THE SEVENTH SEAL
> Sautet's UN COUER EN HIVER
> Ivory's THE REMAINS OF THE DAY
> Renoir's THE CRIME OF M. LANGE and GRAND ILLUSION
> Chabrol's UNE AFFAIRE DE FEMMES
> De Sica's BICYCLE THIEF
> Lean's GREAT EXPECTATIONS and BRIEF ENCOUNTER
> Reiz's THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT'S WOMAN
> Sayles' EIGHT MEN OUT, MATEWAN, LONE STAR, and LIMBO
> Spielberg's SCHINDLER'S LIST
> Allen's CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS
> Scott's THELMA AND LOUISE
> Avnet's FRIED GREEN TOMATOES
> Eastwood's UNFORGIVEN
> Robbin's DEAD MAN WALKING
> Thornton's SLING BLADE
> Dreyer's THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC
> Von Trier's THE CELEBRATION
> Scorsese's RAGING BULL and THE AGE OF INNOCENCE
> Babenco's KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN
> Puezo's THE OFFICIAL STORY
> Szabo's MEPHISTO
> Verhoeven's THE NASTY GIRL
> Jordan's THE CRYING GAME
> Leigh's SECRETS AND LIES
> Lee's THE WEDDING BANQUET and EAT DRINK MAN WOMAN
>
> Also, some "coming of age" films that might be of interest to this
> audience:
> THE LAST PICTURE SHOW
> AMERICAN GRAFFITI
> GOOD WILL HUNTING
>
> Don Larsson
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> Minnesota State U, Mankato
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