Section C FM4 Questions

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Section C: Single Film: Close Critical Study
Choose ONE question from this section.
Your answer should make detailed reference to your chosen film.
June 2012
General Questions
17. How far has an awareness of the filmmaker as auteur influenced your response to your chosen
film? [30]
18. How far has particular writing by critics been important in developing your understanding
and appreciation of your chosen film? [30]
21. `The representation of women in Vertigo demonstrates how far this is a film by a man for men.'
How far do you agree?
Jan 2012
General Questions
17. In developing a response to your chosen film, how valuable did you find the application of a
specific critical approach? [30]
18. Explore how far a particular debate by critics has influenced your understanding of your
chosen film. [30]
21. Explore the importance of narrative structure in the development of key themes and ideas in
Vertigo. [30]
June 2011
General Questions
17. Explore some of the ways in which you have gained fresh insights into your chosen film as a
result of applying one or more specific critical approaches. [30]
18. How important have been the responses of others, such as film reviewers, in influencing your
own response to your chosen film?
21. Explore some of the ways in which Hitchcock attempts to manage the audience response to
Scottie as the narrative of Vertigo unfolds. [30]

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Jan 2011
General Questions
17. Explore some of the ways in which placing your chosen film within a broader critical
framework has helped to develop your appreciation and understanding of specific sequences.
18. How far has critical debate about your chosen film shaped and altered your response? [30]
21. Discuss the significance of the recurring image of the spiral in Vertigo. [30]
June 2010
General Questions
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