1. Provide a brief description or synopsis of the movie. (1 or 2 sentences)
2. Which Social Psychology topics are illustrated in the film? Using your textbook or lecture notes for examples, list several topics you observe. Examples may include: self-esteem, self-presentation, attributions, attitude change, attraction, friendship, love, aggression, prosocial behavior, group behaviors, prejudice/discrimination/stereotypes, conformity, compliance, and/or obedience.
3. What would you describe as the “turning point” in the film from the standpoint of social psychology? This may include a major change in social relationships, a character who learns a valuable lesson about society or relationships, or an obvious incident involving one of the topics from the chapter.
4. What did you like and dislike most about this film?