Examine the theme of discrimination as illustrated in “Places in the Heart”, “Driving Miss Daisy”, and “Thunderheart”.

Examine the theme of discrimination as illustrated in “Places in the Heart”, “Driving Miss Daisy”, and “Thunderheart”. Taken as a whole do these films suggest “progress” in the fight against discrimination? Why or why not?

Compare and contrast the differing facets of was as shown in “The Longest Day”, “Fat Man and Little Boy”, and “Born on the Fourth of July”. Is there such a things as a “typical” war movie? Is one view of war more accurate than another? Why or why not?

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