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International Film CritiqueUse the following format for your international film critique; answers must be typed below thequestions and all questions must appear in full on your final copy. You can use this document asyour template. Pay careful attention to the required number of words for those questions thathave them. Failure to follow the instructions here and on your syllabus will result in asubstantially low grade. Minimal answers poorly written are a D grade or less. Elaboration ofpoints, excellent arguments, and good writing garner higher grades.Name: Gage Heninger Class period/section Humanaties 11001) Title of Film: Train to Busan2) Year of release:2016 _________3) Language of original film: Korean4) Director: Yeon Sang-ho5) Actors: Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-Mi, Ma Dong-Seok6) Give a brief plot summary {150-250 words. DO NOT plagiarize from the web!]:
7) Analyze the social and philosophical issues the film addresses. Make sure you include thepoint of view of the movie, the context of the movie, what audience the movie is targeting, and
why. (i.e. you should address and reflect upon the “argument” or “meaning” of the work. Thisshould be analysis, not just summary of issues in the movie). {at least 500 words}A: One of the largest social issues that I detected in the movie difference in attitude and respectbetween the rich and poor. In South Korea there is a large class gap between people with lots ofmoney, and those who barely scrape by. A main character in the movie was a COO of a largecorporation, and obviously a wealthy businessman. He is made out to be the villain of the filmThroughout the film he is constantly making choices that put others in harms way as he tries tosave himself. This shows that often, people with more money, look down on others and tend tobe more selfish. In the end, the man gets several people killed, all while trying to make sure he

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