Intercultural Exploration: (2 paragraphs minimum), communications homework help

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III. Intercultural Exploration:  (2 paragraphs minimum) 

Watch a movie that you have never seen before from the “Movie List” that is on CANVAS under “Stuff You’ll Need for Other Assignments” on the class homepage.  You must choose a movie from the list provided. If you deviate from this list without special permission, you will not get credit for this assignment. Choose a movie about a culture that is different than your own. (6 points total)

  1. Summarize your experience and the purpose/storyline of the event/movie in one paragraph (1 point)
  2. What did you like?  What didn’t you like?  What new things did you learn? (2 points)
  3. How did this experience broaden your world-view?  What stereotypes did you have before that were discredited? (2 points)
  4. How will you engage yourself with this culture in the future, if at all? (1 point)
Choose one of the movie from file which I upload below and answer four questions.

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Movie list for HD 103: Cultural Exploration   Afghanistan: Kandahar – Journey into the Heart of Afghanistan, Rain Africa: Hotel Rwanda, Last King of Scotland, The Gods Must Be Crazy,  The Lost Boys, Out of Africa Albania: Lamerica Argentina: El Hijo de la Novia Australia: Australia, Rabbit Proof Fence Canada: The Fast Runner China: Raise the Red Lantern Cuba: Buena Vista Social Club Disabilities: Children of a Lesser God, Dancer in the Dark (Iceland), Nell, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (France), Glass Menagerie, Miracle Worker, Ray, Scent of a Woman, Antwone Fisher, A Beautiful Mind, Benny and Joon, Girl Interrupted, I Am Sam, Marvin’s Room, Rainman, The King’s Speech France: Amelie  Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transsexual/Questioning/”Queer Culture”:                      Ma Vie en Rose (My Life In Pink) (France), My Summer of Love, Before Night Falls, The Kids Are Alright, Boys Don’t Cry Germany: Schindler’s List, Run Lola Run, Good Bye Lenin, The Lives of Others Greece: Zorba the Greek, My Big Fat Greek Wedding India: Monsoon Wedding, Slumdog Millionaire Indonesia: A Year of Living Dangerously Iran: Persepolis, The Color of Paradise, Rain Israel: Kadosh Japan: Shall We Dance, Tanpopo, Lost in Translation, Departures, Still Walking, Train Man Mexico: Tortilla Soup, Spanglish Native American: Smoke Signals Netherlands: Rent a Friend New Zealand/Mauri: Whalerider Spain: Abre Los Ojos, All About My Mother, Talk to Her Italy: Bread & Tulips Vietnam: Indochine All movies listed in bold have copies available in the BC Library (LMC). *If you know of any movies to add to this list, please let your instructor know! Thank you! ...
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Rabbit-Proof Fence
The film illustrates a true shameful story from the history, 1931 where aborigine children
were forced to be taken or be removed by their families and tribes. They were taught and forced
to be servants in the soldiers’ camps. In the film, we saw their girls; Molly who was 14, her

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