Write a brief analytical reflection

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Please choose 2 movies from the list and write 2pages for each movie separately BASED ON DOCUMENTS THAT I UPLOAD

**** ITS NEED TO BE RELATED TO American Working Class Movements

Write an original analytical reflection on your movie experience and how it connects to the themes of the course

by viewing a film and writing a review that links the film to the themes and content of the course

Love and Solidarity: Rev. James Lawson and nonviolence in search of workers’ rights (Bullfrog Films, 2016).

Brother Outsider: the life of Bayard Rustin (California Newsreel, 2002). Biography of the organizer behind the 1963 March on Washington.

At the River I Stand (California Newsreel, 1993). A strike of sanitation workers in Memphis brings Martin Luther King, Jr. to his final campaign.

East L.A. Interchange (Bluewater Media, 2015). The story of LA’s Boyle Heights, a multi-ethnic neighborhood beset by various urban improvement schemes.

American Dream (HBO Video, 1991). A slaughterhouse strike in a Minnesota towns divides families, friends, and coworkers.

Sorry to Bother You (20th Century Fox, 2018). In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe.

Sleep Dealer (Maya Entertainment, 2008). A science fiction story set in the near future about a young man from a small village in Mexico who dreams of moving to one of the big northern cities on the border. When he does end up having to flee his town, he discovers that life in the outside world is much different than he could have ever imagined.

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