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Unformatted text preview: some specific examples? 3. What role is played by religion? Do the religious figures in the film all react the same way to the occupation? 4. In what way does the film convey issues of class? 5. In what ways does the film reflect Vichy’s “national revolution”? 6. Are the “Jewish laws” in evidence in the film? 7. The interaction between Jean and Julien is very powerful. Give two examples the way in which the film shows the strength and drama of this interaction. 8. According to you, what is the most dramatic scene in the film? Why? 9. Does the film put in evidence any scenes of concrete, bloody violence? 10.At the center of the film, there is what can be called a “happy interlude” in which cinema plays a central role. Identify that scene and define the ways in which it works....
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- Spring '07
- French, German occupation of France during World War II, Au Revoir, Louis Malle, Julien Quentin Jean Bonnet