Each student will write a research essay, of approximately 3,000 words, drawing on both primary and secondary materials.
The essay should not be a narrow reading of a film, but instead, a larger and more detailed argument incorporating issues of action mode or genre in global context. You should also apply a particular critical perspective, or use critical essays to develop and complement (or challenge) your own perspective.
Earlier in November, we had to complete a draft portfolio of 750 words along with primary materials, I have received some feedback on that to improve on this assignment, mentioned file is attached. Please be critical in your writing rather than descriptive.