Drawing only from information on the Course Moodle, analyze at least 3 items fro

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Drawing only from information on the Course Moodle, analyze at least 3 items from course material (including texts and films) by comparing and drawing connections and distinctions among them. Show what you have learned throughout the course by analyzing the texts and films within the broad context of zones, as well as other concepts we have covered.
Brainstorm and develop a unique theme and thesis statement. Discuss with Jason before finalizing your work.
Your analysis must incorporate at least 1 item from weeks 8-9, 10-11, or 12. This means Parasite, Neighbours, or Pale Blue Dot. You may use first person pronouns (“I”, “me”, “my”), and you may talk about your first person experience. You MUST NOT repeat any ideas or arguments from your previous essay about The Truman Show.
Suggested Approaches:
Indoor and Outdoor zones in the course material
National Zones in the course material
Conspiracies, conspiracy theories, and their impact(s) on the course material
Lockdown changing space
Thinking more inside than outside
Different view of outside and inside zone
(brainstorming)
Parasite/Truman show- walking upstairs “changing zones”
Elevation= class – higher classes unaffected while lower classes struggle with the events
In both films the producers show how they seek freedom. The Kim family wants to get out of poverty and own a large house. On the other hand, Truman wanted get out of Seahaven. Truman was living a world where everything was false. The Kim family was living in world where they struggled to live and it was real. Trying to get out of poverty and seek financial freedom. While Truman was trying to seek freedom. Just dreams on wanting to try to live another life. Both the novella and the film ‘Roadside picnic’ and ‘Stalker’ are speculative and science friction where they is always hope and freedom.
The camera language in the parasite constantly reminds us of the sense of distance and space between the rich and the poor. There are many examples, for example: Ki Taek’s family lives underground, and to go from Ki Taek’s basement to Dong Ik’s villa, you have to walk all the way down. The implication here is that the poor are inferior. And the design of Dong LK’s villa is linear, we can always see various frames. During Ki Woo’s job interview, the wall, cabinet or glass at the back seemed to form a natural dividing line in the camera, separating Ki Woo and Yeon Kyo, which also implied the distance or class between them.

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