Analysis Paper

26Jan 2022 by

Write a 3-page analysis paper regarding the movie “He Even has Your Eyes by Lucien Jean-Baptiste; movie is on Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Google.” In this paper, you are to analyze the interpersonal communicative relationships in the movie. Your paper must incorporate terms from chapters 1,2,3,4,5, and 6. Make sure to explain your understanding of the terms and how they relate to the movie. Provide examples to support your understanding of the terms used in your paper by using scenes from the movie. In addition, your paper must include the following: 
• In-text references of the time of the movie scene you are using as example (e.g. 1 hour 15 minutes into the move, the mayor said…).
• Your paper’s text must be written in Times New Roman, 12 fonts, must be double spaced, and must have a 1-inch margin in all four corners of each page. 
• Your paper must include an introduction, body, and conclusion. 
 
Grading Criteria (Total: 15 Points)
1. Intro, body, and conclusion (3 points).
2. Spelling and grammar (3 points).
3. Written in Times New Roman, 12 fonts, and must have a 1-inch margin in all for corners of each page (1 point)
4. 1ncorporation terms from chapters 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 with examples from the movie scenes (6 points)
5. In-text movie scene references (2 points)
 
5 points, out of your total points, will be deducted for every full page of written text missing. Two-point-five points (2.5), out of your total points, will be deductedfor every half-page of written text missing. (For example, if you submit 2 full pages of written text instead of 3 full pages of written text, 5 points will bededucted from your total score. If you submit 1 full page of written text instead of 3 full pages of written text, 10 points will be deducted from your total score. If you submit 2.5 pages full of written text instead of 3 full pages of written text, 2.5 points will be deducted from your total score. If you submit 1.5 pages full ofwritten text instead of 3 full pages of written text, 7.5 points will be deducted from your total score. If you submit 0.5 page full of written text instead of 3 full pages of written text, 12.5 points will be deducted from your total score).