Film Critique- The Notebook

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Movie The Notebook 1.       While viewing the movie, note the images, stereotypes, attitudes, and perceptions of the elderly portrayed by the film. Are the elderly presented as sick (health issues), lonely, poor, mentally incompetent, senile, childlike, slow, incapable, etc.? Or are they presented as competent, capable, secure, human beings? Are they seen as radically different from younger people or much the same? Is old age seen as humorous or sad? A good time or bad? Is it something to be savored or avoided? In general, make note of both the positive and negative images of aging and the elderly the film portrays. Pay special attention to the use of stereotypes or direct efforts to combat stereotypes. Don’t forget that compassionate stereotypes are still stereotypes. 2.       After viewing the film, write a brief summary of the film, including a discussion of the main characters, the setting and plot, the climax and resolution. Follow this with a discussion of the view of aging the film presents. Indicate whether the film generally presents old age and aging in a positive or negative light, then provide some specific examples of the films portrayal of aging an old age. You should also indicate whether this portrayal is deliberate and intentional or incidental and secondary to the main themes of the film. Finally, conclude with your personal opinion and evaluation of the film. Did you like it? Was it entertaining? Would you recommend it to others?  Guidelines/Rubric 1. States name of video, setting, and discusses main characters 2. Explains the plot & notes health issues the elderly character/s have. 3. Explains the climax & resolution.    4. Describes the view of aging (theory) the movie presents, was aging presented in a positive or negative light. 5. Provides specific examples of the film’s portrayal of aging and old age. 6. Choose a character. Describe the developmental stage and physiology of one disease process demonstrated by the character. 7. Indicates whether this portrayal is deliberate and intentional or incidental and secondary to the main themes of the film. 8. Notes both the positive and negative images of aging and the elderly the film portrays. 9. Clearly states personal opinion and evaluation of the film. Did you like it? Was it entertaining? Would you recommend it to others?  Why?  10. Uses correct spelling and grammar throughout the critique. Each section is named and numbered.

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