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  1. Team Take 2: Sindus Alattar, Sarah R Connors, Cassandra Hutchinson, Tammy James, Andrew Krespan Eat, Drink, Man, Woman

  2. SummarySindus Alattar

  3. Tone: • Pushing and pulling effects throughout the film • Themes: • Family, Joy, Love, Food • Symbols: • Food and taste buds CASSANDRA HUTCHINSON Summary Con’t

  4. Characters and Portrayals Sarah R Connors and Andrew Krespan Mr. Chu Jia-Chien, Jia-Ning, Jia-Jen

  5. Formalism • The synthesis (or lack of synthesis) of the multiple elements of film production, and the effects, emotional and intellectual, of that synthesis and of the individual elements • Examples: 1) Shot selection going from wide to short and tense 2) Length of shots decreases as the sequence progresses towards its end and the music builds ANDREW KRESPAN

  6. Formalism (con’t) • Uses the language of film, such as editing, shot composition, camera movement, and set design to emphasize the image • Focused on the formal, or technical, elements of a film. • Example: lighting, scoring, sound and set design, use of color, shot composition, and editing. ANDREW KRESPAN

  7. Food in Chinese Culture Sindus Alattar • Classification, Arrangement, and Diversity • Harmony and Balance • Social Interest

  8. Culture and theme: • Asian and Mexican-American • Food as a force: • Keeping tradition alive SARAH R CONNORS Culture, Theme and Food as a Force

  9. Mr. Chu is a good father figure to his daughters • He wants to make sure his daughters are well taken care of • Mr. Chu uses food to bring his family together • His family gets together every Sunday for dinner CASSANDRA HUTCHINSON “Wise Patriarch Trilogy”

  10. Human Desires and Societal Restrictions • Human Desires • Money • Sex • Independence • Tensions • Cultural obligations • Family • Patriarch • First Son • Tradition • Marriage • Roles for men and women TAMMY JAMES

  11. Technique • Use of Camera Techniques • Close-up shots • Focusing on each characters feelings and reactions • Focusing on the food • Builds anticipation • Two -Shot • Creates intimacy • Establishes mood TAMMY JAMES

  12. Point of View and chosen scene SINDUS ALATTAR

  13. Sceneshot Analysis

  14. TORTILLA SOUP EAT, DRINK, MAN, WOMAN • Mexican-American Family • Theme(s): Love, keeping traditions alive, independence and family • Cultural values: Education, seeking parental advice and direction • Asian Family • Theme(s): Love, keeping traditions alive, independence and family • Cultural values: Marriage before pregnancy, seeking parental advice and direction Tortilla Soup vs. Eat, Drink, Man, Woman Sarah R Connors

  15. EAT, DRINK, MAN, WOMAN THE BIG NIGHT • Wise Patriarch • Father • Obligation • Tensions • Human Desire versus Culture • Generation gap • Modern • Traditional • Food • Culture • Family tradition • Sunday dinner • First born son • Father in training • Obligation • Tensions • Human Desires versus Culture • Culture clash • Acceptance of American culture • Food • Culture • Tradition • Restaurant menu TAMMY JAMES Compare and Contrast: Eat, Drink, Man, Woman and The Big Night

  16. 1. What was the oldest brothers name in the parallel film The Big Night? a. Giovanni b. Primo c. Antonio d. Secondo 2. What food was Mr. Chu eating when he regained his sense of taste? a. Fried Rice b. Noodles c. Soup d. Fried Wonton Quiz

  17. 3. What are the 3 crucial elements in Chinese culture regarding food? a. Preparation, quality, arrangement b. Classification, arrangement, diversity c. Décor, color, quantity 4. When Mr. Chu gets his taste back, what does this symbolize? a. Joy b. Family c. Love d. All of the above Quiz

  18. 4. When Mr. Chu gets his taste back, what does this symbolize? a. Joy b. Family c. Love d. All of the above 5. In the parallel film Tortilla Soup, what is the value that Maribel rebels against? 6. Formalism uses which of the following in films? a. Lighting b. Scoring c. Color d. All of the above QUIZ CON’T