Violence in Contemporary Drama
As a part of studying the “Themes in Global Cinema”, this essay must be about the usage, varying forms, and purpose(s) of violence in contemporary drama or theater. Only one film from the following list MUST be referenced : "Imitation of Life (1959)", "A Separation" (2011), "Honey and Ashes" (1996), "Fire" (1996), "Brother" (1997), "Aguirre, The Wrath of God" (1972), "Ran" (1985), "Battle of Algiers" (1966), "Waltz with Bashir" (2008), "Spirited Away" (2001), "City of God" (2002), "Metropolis" (1927), "The Battleship Potemkin" (1925), "The Cranes are Flying" (1957). ADDITIONALLY, reference to at least three scholarly articles are required. One of them must be from Martin Esslin’s Essay on "Violence in Modern Drama", which is one of his essays in a collection from his book "Reflections: Essays on Modern Theatre" published in 1971. You will have to find your own remaining 2 articles addressing either the film or element under discussion (which is the topic of the paper, obviously). You may either quote or summarize the author’s arguments or ideas. However, you must cite the authors correctly. All sources must be of academic quality or they will not count. Please use MLA format and do not hesitate to contact me for any type of confusion or need for clarity. Thank you.
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