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Can you please continue with my progress on my film paper 2? I need a 5 page essay which is due on Tuesday 2/23/2021. Thank you

FILM PAPER TWO

Instructions

DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. As a form of theft, plagiarism means taking someone else’s work and presenting it as your own. If you plagiarize, you will be sent through a review with University administration, and you will earn a ZERO on the improper assignment.

Avoiding Plagiarism

General Instructions: In a 100-level course, you are asked to write about what you see on-screen. In a 200-level course, you are asked to express what you think about what you saw. In this 300-level course, you are expected to explain why you think the way you do about what you saw, and then justify your position, using references to on-screen material and subjects covered in the LEO classroom.
For each paper, you are responsible for watching a film and writing a 3-4-page long essay responding to a prompt. You will also write one additional page called “My Criteria for Quality in Film,” resulting in a total assignment paper length of 4-5 pages, which does not include any cover. You are required to turn in the assignment to the proper assignment folder in LEO.
Because these paper assignments are analytical reactions and not research summaries, the key is clearly expressing what you have to say about each film, not what others have said. NOTE: it is necessary to give a brief plot synopsis inside each paper.
Putting these assignments off until the last possible moment is a mistake. Each paper requires you to view an outside screening beyond the titles already assigned in weekly modules, so you should leave yourself enough time to view the film, think about it, write a first draft, and then edit and revise your work for maximum impact. 
You must also make any necessary arrangements to view assigned films. Check with streaming services like Netflix, borrow titles from your local library, or rent media from a retail store.
Properly spell the names of cast and crew members or risk losing points on your grade. Using web sites like IMDB.com and Wikipedia can be helpful when researching credit information.
Both papers will be graded based on evidence that you are applying the material presented in LEO. Your work will also be judged according to the clear presentation of your opinions, your ability to offer reasonable explanations and justifications in support of your opinions, and your ability to write a college-level paper (e.g., appropriate spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc.).
You are better off watching these films on the largest possible screen, and at the highest possible resolution.

PAPER TWO

Part 1: View a non-American, non-English-speaking feature film (longer than 60 minutes) by a great director made from 1960-1980 that you have not seen before and that you will not see later as part of this class. If you have trouble determining an appropriate filmmaker, contact the Instructor for advice and further direction.
Assume your reader does not know anything about this movie. Give a simple, short story synopsis and then comment on the film. Pay particular attention to the screenplay, camerawork (cinematography), the editing (montage), and the sound (including music). You may also address special effects. What did you like/dislike about what you saw? Why do you have these feelings of like/dislike? Is the film good?  

Part 2: Now that you have commented on the specific film you viewed, see if you can draw some general conclusions about the work of the director and one of the main actors or actresses. Be sure to comment on the overall impression you have of the film, including how you see it as an example of its genre and time period. REMEMBER: This is not a research paper. I am interested in what you have to say, not in what you can learn by reading up on the film or filmmaker.

Part 3: Go back to the “My Criteria for Quality in Film” page. Based on your viewing of this week’s film, add five new general conclusions. These statements should be numbered (6) through (10), and they should be written as complete sentences, or possibly as a short paragraph. Be sure to include the entire page, including all of your previous statements from the first version of your “My Criteria for Quality in Film.”
The body of the paper should have a one-inch margin on all sides, be doubled-spaced, and use a standard font style (e.g., Times New Roman or Arial) and a standard font size (11 or 12 point).

DUE TUESDAY 2/23/2021
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Arthur 7

Joseph Arthur
Garrett Chaffin-Quiray
ARTH 334
2/21/2021

FILM PAPER TWO
Part 1: Brief plot synopsis and comment
The film I chose for this essay is a Chinese film titled. Fist of Fury (Lo Wei, 1972). This film is centered on a martial arts student of the Chin Woo Athletic Association in Shanghai China, named Chen Zhen (Bruce Lee) who fights to defend the honor of the Chinese in the face of foreign aggression, and to bring to justice those responsible for his master’s death. The film, which touches on sensitive issues surrounding Japanese Colonialism, features realistic combat choreography. It differs from other films in the genre for its historical and social references, especially to Japanese imperialism. On a rainy day after Chen Zhen returns to the Chin Woo Athletic Association martial arts school, he finds out his martial arts master Huo Yuanija is dead due to an illness and that made him really devastated. He runs to the burial ground and lies down on the grave and starts crying. The students try to stop him, but he refuses and finally he’s hit in the head with a shovel and becomes unconscious. So, during the funeral of his master people from Japanese dojo in Hongkou District arrive to taunt Chez Zhen and his fellow Jingwu students. Dojo is a hall or place for immersive learning or meditation. This is traditionally in the field of martial arts, but has been seen increasingly in other fields, such as meditation and software development. The translator and advisor for the Japanese dojo’s grandmaster Hiroshi Suzuki (the villain of the film), taunts Chen by slapping him on the cheek several times and dares him to fight one of Suzuki’s protégés. The people from the Japanese dojo present a sign to the Jingwu School bearing the words “Sick man from East Asia” simply to insult his master Huo Yuanija. Referring to the Chinese as weak people in comparison to the Japanese people.  Again, Chen Zhen and his fellow students are being taunted by one of Suzuki’s protégés who dares one of the students to fight him and promises that he will eat those words “Sick man from East Asia” if any Chinese here dares to fight him and defeat him. Chen Zhen wants to retaliate, but Fan Junxia, the most senior student in the school prevents him from doing so.
Shortly afterwards, Chen Zhen goes to the Hongkou dojo alone to return the sign that read “Sick man from East Asia”. He ends up fighting the Japanese students, defeated all of them, including their sensei, single-handedly. He smashes the glass on the sign and makes the students who taunted him earlier chew up the paper bearing those words.

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