A Movie Analysis
Movie PaperYou will need to find and watch the movie “Outsourced”It is free to amazon prime users and available to rent for $3.99 from the following sourcesThis assignment is intended to help enhance your skills of observation and analysis of interpersonal relationships as you explore concepts from the text. You are to select one of the films listed below, watch it and prepare a presentation about the concepts from the text that you observe.Your presentation should include:1) A BRIEF summary of the movie2) 5 SOLID “Key Terms” from the text as illustrated in the movie with examples. I’m looking for…”halo effect, self-fulfilling prophecy, indiscrimination…for example, not… “anger, respect, listening, emotion.” (choose concepts/terms with which you are NOT familiar already.TheseTerms/Communication concepts are the focus of the presentation.In this assignment, the film is only the vehicle to highlight interpersonal happenings in a dramatic way. I’m not interested in plot dissection, info about the actors, direction, etc. Your job is to identify the concepts from the book as they appear in the movie and discuss them, using the movie’s characters and their interactions to support the concept that you are highlighting. Show me that you really understand the text through the examples you choose, don’t choose the easiest, most obvious concepts. You will need at least 4 strong concepts from the movie.1- Name the concept2- Briefly define it. You may need to provide context. Do not copy definition from text3- describe where it happened/who said what- provide specific dialogue or discuss the specifics of the scene if you want us to get the nonverbal picture.*This is the meat of the paper*3) Choose one additional concept and research how it exists in a different country (not India, the US or Mexico) You might want to explore collectivist cultures in Denmark or in Iran. Define the concept and discuss it in the context of the country you chose.4) Final analysis of the concepts explored and how they apply to your life. For example, Is that typical for men/women/people in a certain age group? From a certain culture? Did the grouping of concepts chosen cause the film to be seen in a different way? This is where you tie it all together. What does it all mean???? Hint * you may need to do a little research to explore this section fully.