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Sequence 6: The Golden Age of Japanese Cinema in the 1950s (2)Film: Ugetsu(Ugetsu monogatari, Mizoguchi Kenji, 1953)Readings: Keiko I. McDonald, ?Ugetsu: Why Is It a Masterpiece?? in Ugetsu, ed. Keiko McDonald (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1993), 3–16.Ueda Akinari, ?The House Amid the Thickets,? in Ugetsu, 79–85.
Pick one scene that impressed you most from the film assigned for the week. Explain how and why that particular scene is impressive to you. Refer to the assigned reading of the week and think about how your argument is related to it. Include the image(s) from the scene in your journal. The expression of your paper needs to be clear (correct grammar; clear meanings of words). Your argument needs to have a structure (introduction, explanation, conclusion).
In addition, separately from your argument on a scene, write down the keyword from the lecture, which the instructor gives, in your response paper. Also, briefly explain the reason why that is the keyword of the sequence in one sentence.(?The keyword is XXX because ….?) The reason should be clear by the lecture. You do not need to repeat exactly what the instructor says. Use your own words to explain.
Grading criteria is as follows (10 points total):
On–time submission = 1 point
Length (300–400 words) = 1 point
Pick one scene = 1 point
Originality (your own idea about why and how the scene is impressive) = 1 point
Reference to assigned reading = 1 point
Image = 1 point, SELECT ONE IMAGE FROM THE FILM
Clarity of expression (appropriate grammar; clear meanings of words) = 1points
Coherent structure of argument(no bullet point or itemization) = 1 point
Keyword = 1 point, the key word is Duality, please explain the meaning of it.
Explanation of the keyword = 1 point
THE READING IS IN THE FILE, PLZ CHECK THAT.