Present a research question, identify its relationship to the course readings, and propose to answer the research question through the analysis of one or more films. You may write about any film NOT screened in class, provided your research question is related to the course readings. Be sure to propose a question that can be answered through the textual analysis of a film, unless you plan to engage in another form of research. You will present an argument that is substantive, contestable, and specific, and you will support your argument with evidence that is accurate, clear, precise, sufficient, and representative.
You can use outside SOURCES.
You have to focus more on thesis.
YOU DONT NOT HAVE TO SUMMARIES THE FILM.
YOU CAN ONLY HAVE 4-5 SENTENCES IN THE INTRODUCTION TO TELL BRIFLY ABOUT THIS FILM.