You will submit a three page paper (1500 words) analyzing the film and cite your sources.
Suggested structure for your paper: Brief (max 1 paragraph) summary of the film
Who is represented and what types of claims (scientific evidence, social values, personal experience) are made in the film? What affect does the representation and the types of claims have on the overall narrative presented in the documentary? Does it create bias towards a certain perspective? Does it leave out important pieces of information? What does this tell you about the purpose of the film?
Verify a scientific claim from the film by looking up at least two peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals.
Has anything changed since the film was made?