argument for the following:
~male students often dominate class discussions
~proponents of Freudian psychology question standard notions of "rationality"
~the film is about the problems of romantic relationships
~im afraid that templates like the one in this book will stifle my creativity
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Clarify your question...
i basically need a counterview to those
DO you think male students dominate the classroom? Then buck up with scientific details/statistics/psychology whatever makes you happy.
No go on Freud.
Is that a thesis? Is there a deeper meaning behind the film?
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theres no meaning behind the film
Nahh, films always have purposes; irrelevant or not. Its based on perspective; good luck.
ok then can u counterview it to the Sopranos
Sweet, what are you asking us to help you with? I don't understand. Tessalinne is quite right; all films have some kind of meaning. If you offer me your interpretation of the viewpoint that the Sopranos offers, I'll be happy to offer a counter view.