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Learning ObjectivesEvaluation the WJEC criteria forSection A – World Cinema – UrbanStories: Power, Poverty & Conflict Highlight Key Themes & Social Issues that appear in City of God Watch Elite Squad and evaluate the exploration of Social Issues in relation to City of God
Links to Elite SquadThe WJEC Film Studies specification states thefollowing: Specialist Study 1: Urban Stories - Power, Poverty and Conflict The expectation is that candidates will choose two principal films representing life in difficult urban environments, and that these will be supplemented by two further films studied more briefly. The challenge of this topic is to compare and contrast films which may come from very different social and cultural contexts. You are expected to discuss both La Haine and City of God in detail and supplement your analysis with references to both The Battle of Algiers & Elite Squad
Links to Elite SquadIn your note pads compile a list of the following:Key social issues raised by City of GodNow provide examples of two or more scenes from the film when theseissues are raisedIssue AnalysisCycle of violence within the city The film highlights the never ending cycle of violence within the city through its narrative structure. The film is split in to three distinct chapters charting the progression of crime from the 1960’s. Each chapter is increasingly more violent than the last and the presence of guns more common. The cyclical nature of violence is best exemplified by Lil Ze as we follow his rise from street kid to slum lord. He is ingratiated in to crime at an early age during the hotel robbery, after which he lays out intentions to take over the city. This scene is echoed during Lil Ze’s death as the runts proclaim the same things after his murder. Cycles are again used during the montage of Lil Ze’s drug den. We see the different generations of younger criminals taking over from the older generations.
Links to Elite SquadWorking in pairs create a mind map making noteson the following: Tom / Stephen How are men represented in the film? Matt / Adam Danielle / James How are women represented in the film? Danny / Henry You must include: Key scenes Analysis of Key Scenes Consider the role of the different characters and the locations they appear in An analysis of the different roles they inhabit within the city and the film
Links to Elite SquadEach group must now present their ideas on thewhiteboard and complete half a mind mapWhen you are not at the board you must makes notesfrom your classmates and complete the mind maphandout
Links to Elite SquadUsing the information you have gathered todayyou will now watch Elite Squad and makes noteson how the social issues and themes of City of Godare mirrored in the filmYou must also make a note of the themes/issues raisethat are unique to Elite Squad