None of the credits for these films list any choreographer.

WALKING OUT Alex and Andrew J. Smith (“The Slaughter Rule”), chroniclers of their native Montana, direct this lean survivalist film about a father and son (Matt Bomer and Josh Wiggins) whose rare time together turns harrowing after complications on a hunting trip. Bill Pullman appears in flashbacks, and Lily Gladstone (“Certain Women”) turns up briefly.

The town of Willow Springs is the most beautiful part of the film.

A vaguely autobiographical look at a director of gay films whose career is in decline.

Influential American film critic behind the 'auteur theory' ..

The module offers an introduction to various aspects of the Spanish-, Catalan- and Portuguese-speaking cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. In addition to providing a transcontinental perspective, the module will develop your ability to work across different periods through a selection of texts (narrative, essay, drama, and film) from the medieval period to the present. Four of the aspects listed above will be studied in half-semester blocks each year, with teaching consisting of a combination of lectures and seminars. The aim is to provide a broad view of Iberian and Latin American cultural expressions in their contexts, while developing study skills such as research, critical reading and essay writing, as well as cultural awareness related to the second and third most spoken Western languages (Spanish and Portuguese) and Catalan, a language spoken beyond Spain's political borders, all relevant to your future career. The module will be accessible to beginners with teaching based around topics and/or extracts of texts or short texts available in translation. The entire module towards the QMUL Model.

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This module provides students with a broad understanding of the historical, social, cultural, and political forces and ideas which have shaped the Modern World. It provides students with frameworks for reading and analysing texts (including literature, film, works of art, and television) through which they will derive a greater understanding of both the Modern World and the intellectual background of studying at a modern university. The module uses analysis of European and American Literature, Art, Film, and Television to explore Modernity and the Postmodern Condition, addressing issues of ethics, aesthetics, authorship, representation, and the status of art.

contains a beautiful shot of Lucas, filmed through a spinning wagon wheel.
One of the most beautiful features of Lewis films, are the shots through trees.

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This module provides a systematic account of German history in the twentieth century. It aims at a better understanding of the major developments in society, politics, culture, and economy which shaped the country up to today.

In the beginning, special attention will be paid to the origins and consequences of World War I, the challenges facing the Weimar republic, Hitler's rise, the National Socialist Regime, World War II, and the Holocaust. The module then turns to the Allied occupation, Germany's division into two states on opposing sides of the Cold War, the Westernization of the West and Sovietization of the East, and the unexpected reunification.

Class readings include historical research and original sources as well as some literary texts and films. Different approaches, arguments, and controversies will be presented.

Suggested reading:
M. Fulbrook, The Divided Nation: A History of Germany 1918-1990 (1991)

This was common in Hollywood films of the era: for a detailed list and history, see my article on .

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What about Crazy Janet? Perry's Crazy Janet syndrome became clear to me watching Janet Jackson lose her mind in his latest film. It is indicative of the larger representational complications within his oeuvre. My colleague (the film critic) first keyed me into this issue: Perry's portrayal of black women. She finds in Perry a consistent dismissal of black professional women: they are, to be crude, irrational "bitches" who berate their men. In The Family That Preys, I was surprisingly angered by Sanaa Lathan's character, who desires the "white boss" for seemingly no reason, is irrationally vicious toward her working-class go-getter husband, and even seems to hate her children. Gabrielle Union as high-powered lawyer in Daddy's Little Girls only softens after she is basically willed into submission by, yet again, an earnest working-class man. What makes Why Did I Get Married Too bad melodrama is its unevenness: in each relationship with a working black woman, it's her fault: Janet Jackson is a cold professor who pushes away her loving husband, is a lawyer who unreasonably cheats on her loving husband, and is a loud-mouthed cynic who berates her loving husband! Only Jill Scott, who plots behind her loving husband's back, is really noble, and she chooses not to work (even as their family needs the money)! There are counter-examples, of course, but a trend emerges.

A beautiful looking filmin color, it does not on the surface much resemble , made in the same year.

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As the remorseful hero of says, "We are killing other people so we don't have to work!" In general, Lewis' positive films about people who use non-violence are often about social idealists, whereas his tragic, negative portraits of the violent are about protagonists that are less socially committed.