Film Critique 1 - Lindsay Weller SYD3410 Zeller September...

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Lindsay Weller SYD3410 Zeller September 16, 2008 Film Critique 1:  Falling Down Michael Douglas’ role in the 1990’s movie,  Falling Down , makes a shocking example of  how ignorant the common man can be, even in the modern age. In a time where we have  overturned segregation and gays and lesbians are living together and raising families, there is  still a sort of white supremacy in the minds of the everyday working man. He may not come right  out loud and say it. In fact, he will probably vehemently deny such blasphemies.  Bill Foster represents everything that irritates modern day Americans. The scene in the  Korean grocer represents how Americans are gouged by not only convenience store prices but  inflation in general. He can’t even get a soda and change for a phone call out of one dollar bill. 
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2008 for the course SYD 3410 taught by Professor Zeller during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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