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    Archetypes In Iamas

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    International Medical graduates (IMGs) study five to eight years in their country to become doctors. When they come to the Unites States, they often struggle with a new language and standardized tests. For this reason, many foreign doctors like myself, decide to explore alternative pathways into a healthcare career. Nevertheless, even if a foreign medical graduate speaks the language and passes all the test, there is still a 50% chance that they cannot advance their careers compared to the 94% chance Seniors in US medical schools have (Bailey, 2016). Both international medical graduates and US medical graduates learn the same conceptual information. However, there is a point where IMGs are learning practical clinical skills and US graduates…

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    The Graduate was a compelling film that portrayed the cultural and social differences evident throughout the film, as can be seen through the generational, and how Dustin Hoffman’s character acts towards each. This movie came out towards the end of the 1960’s when the social/cultural structure was beginning to change. Children didn’t want to do what their parents told them just because the said so, they wanted to do something that they saw meaning in. This can be seen as Dustin Hoffman…

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    Journal Review 1: “The Graduate” “The Graduate” is a film directed by Mike Nichols starring a young Dustin Hoffman. The movie follows Dustin Hoffman’s character Ben Braddock who is a recent college graduate who has yet to find his way in the world after school. After being given different choices and recommendations for his life after college from his parents and friends Ben becomes noticeably stressed. This stress is portrayed throughout the movie using darker lighting in some of the more…

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    Mike Nichols 1967 film ‘The Graduate’ is a comedy that illustrates a three-act film structure in which both the characters and the events which occur are vital. The film depicts a recent college graduate (Dustin Hoffman), whose life very quickly becomes dominated by his relationship with Mrs. Robinson and her daughter Elaine. In Act one, the key players are introduced, Benjamin, his parents and their friends including, of course, Mrs. Robinson. It feels as though Benjamin is on a different…

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    'The Graduate’ (Nichols, 1967) is a comedy that uses a three-act film structure and includes its major structural elements. The film depicts a recent college graduate (Dustin Hoffman), whose feeling of a lack of purpose results in his life becoming dominated by his relationship with Mrs. Robinson and eventually, her daughter Elaine. Act I establishes the key characters; Ben, his parents and their friends, including, Mrs. Robinson. The audience is empathetic towards him and likely wanting to see…

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    The Graduate was an innovative film during its time because it spoke to the younger generation. The film was made during a time where family oriented films were going out of style and films that were more explicit were gaining success. Benjamin Braddock is an alienated character which is similar to what a lot of young middle class Americans were experiencing. Due to the fact that Benjamin’s story is for the younger generation of the time the scene were Benjamin gets caught with Ms. Robinson is…

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    In 1967, Mike Nichols directed the film, The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman. During the film, Ben, a recent college graduate, is moving back home to California. Upon his arrival, his parents throw him a welcome home party, where he gets to celebrate with all his family friends. One of those friends is Mrs. Robinson, the wife of Ben’s father’s business partner. Mrs. Robinson takes a liking to Ben, and the two begin a secret affair. During their relationship, Ben contemplates his life choices,…

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    The Graduate is a film centered around Benjamin during his first summer after earning his degree at college. He spends his time lounging in his parents pool, unsure of who he is and what he wants to do, much like Neil in Goodbye, Columbus. Both characters feel isolated, lonely, and trapped, eventually falling for women who feel their lives are dull and boring. Goodbye, Columbus and The Graduate are similar stories with similar themes; the difference is in how they are presented. While the former…

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    Superbad Movie Analysis

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    Film Analysis Superbad is a film that tells the story of three teenage boys in their last semester of high school desperately trying to gain sexual experience before going into college. Seth and Evan have been best friends ever since they were eight years old; they share a lot of memories together, but unfortunately Seth was not accepted into Dartmouth so they will not be going to the same college. Neither of the two boys is popular in their high school; they are considered to be an outcast.…

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    Human Distinction In Film

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    author of Viruses of the Mind and within this book he reveals what he believes is the truth about human life, and the root of our being. Two films connect to Brodie’s opinions, forming a realistic visualization of what he attempts to explain. Sam Mendes’ American Beauty and Mike Nichols’ The Graduate bring together Brodie’s concept of being. The films show how the mind controls one’s actions, along with pleasurable activities such as sex or drugs, and how such activities can lead to an…

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