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ethical analisis film suitable for teenagers

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Vicky08 Fri 22-Jul-11 09:33:39

Hi all,
I need to do an assignment on a film suitable for teenagers. I have to talk about how it teaches moral values and do an ehical analisis of it. Really don't know which film to choose, any ideas???

TIA

Vicky

Conflugenglugen Fri 22-Jul-11 09:35:43

The Wave

Conflugenglugen Fri 22-Jul-11 09:36:25

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1063669/

Conflugenglugen Fri 22-Jul-11 09:36:36

Sorry! www.imdb.com/title/tt1063669/

Vicky08 Fri 22-Jul-11 20:46:28

Thanks, I'll check it out

Clarence15 Sat 23-Jul-11 13:59:59

Oh yes the Wave was brilliant, it's in German though just to let you know. What about to Kill a Mocking Bird? Very old but brilliant.

Clarence15 Sat 23-Jul-11 14:02:00

Or Lord of the Flies - think they made that as a film didn't they? We read that one at school.

Conflugenglugen Sat 23-Jul-11 17:51:05

Yes - To Kill a Mockingbird and Lord of the Flies too - I'd second those.

Also, depending on how old the teens are, I'd also put forward "Higher Learning" by John Singleton.

upahill Sun 31-Jul-11 10:32:10

Would 'of mice and men' be any good?

Lots to go at in that film - lonliness, learning disability, intolerance, bullying, loyalty, compassion and so on

swallowedAfly Sun 31-Jul-11 10:35:08

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notnowImreading Sun 31-Jul-11 11:13:03

Try Tsotsi - S African gang culture - or Crash (the Thandie Newton racism-themed one, not the James Spader filthy one!). Or Kidulthood. I was really surprised at how good that one was.

Clarence15 Sun 31-Jul-11 20:11:08

I was thinking of suggesting American History X but it's far too violent for young teens. This is England maybe?

swallowedAfly Mon 01-Aug-11 10:36:09

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kennypowers Tue 02-Aug-11 08:59:51

'Hotel Rwanda'?

Vicky08 Tue 30-Aug-11 00:02:32

Thanks everyone for your suggestions, definitly keeping them all in mind for future assignments. In the end I did "Pay it Forward". Has anyone seen it, it's actually pretty good.

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