Study Guide Exam 2 Fall '08 (1)

Study Guide Exam 2 - Relationship between comedy and social class Characteristics of different comedy types thesis comedy war comedy sex comedy

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Film 180 Study Guide for Exam #2 Know director, screenwriter, cinematagrapher , release date, major plot point and/or themes, lead actor and/or actress for all feature films: Some Like It Hot Dr. Strangelove The Graduate One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Raging Bull Major plot points and/or themes for shorts West Bank Story Tonto Woman Dracula Review notes from Visions of Light documentary Text Characteristics, similarities and differences of screwball and romantic comedy Historical, political and social influences on screwball comedy
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Unformatted text preview: Relationship between comedy and social class Characteristics of different comedy types: thesis comedy, war comedy, sex comedy, black comedy Historical and social contributers to the 1960s counter culture film Race and 1960s Hollywood The women’s movement and the 1960s Hollywood The evolution of the film rating system Blaxploitation films What was the time frame for the film school generation? Artistic influences on the film school generation’s directors...
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course FILM 180 taught by Professor Jennings during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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Study Guide Exam 2 - Relationship between comedy and social class Characteristics of different comedy types thesis comedy war comedy sex comedy

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