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In each reflection, you will need to choose a keyword (or a key phrase) and reflect on how the various films of the bi-weekly section address and approach this keyword, and support your reflections with proper citations from the readings when possible.

In each reflection, you will need to choose a keyword (or a key phrase) and reflect on how the various films of the bi-weekly section address and approach this keyword, and support your reflections with proper citations from the readings when possible. Alternatively, you can also reverse the process by picking and summarizing an argument made by the readings of the bi-weekly section and give your own thoughts about whether you believe the films support or do not support such claims. Reflection is not a review. You may like or dislike the films, but personal taste should not be the focus of your reflection. Instead, you should demonstrate that you understand the general concerns around which the film revolves (e.g. what issues the film addresses) and, when possible, come up with your conclusion about whether the film is successful in tackling those issues (e.g. form, cinematic language). You may draw from, but not directly repeat without adding your original thought to, readings, lesson notes, or group discussions. Watch the following three movies and choose a keyword to write 1. Chungking Express (1994) https://asian-movies-online.com/comedy/chungking-express 2. The Terrorizers (1986) https://pennstate.kanopy.com/video/terrorizers 3. A Touch of Sin (2013) (Available on Kanopy) https://pennstate.kanopy.com/video/touch-sin