Author:  "Mark Kawakami" <[log in to unmask]> at SMTP-LINK
Date:    12/9/94 1:30 PM
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Films dealing with classicism:
 Well, it's not recent, but "Seven Samurai" not only deals with
class structures, but is a fine work of cinema, which should not be
missed, and assuming the students are flexible enough to sit through it
(which they should be, but should and is rarely are) they will really
enjoy it.
 As for recent films, the recent Merchant-Ivory canon, such as "The
Remains of the Day," and  "Howard's End." Much of the recent prep-school
genre ("Scent of a Woman""School Ties" neither are exceptional, but deal
w/ class).
 I'd like to offer more, but most of the good ones are already taken.
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