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Visual & Performing Arts
Movie Review
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To Kill a Mockingbird". Visual & Performing Arts Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)


Your Writing Assignment MUST include the following elements: 1.Identify and describe the legal issues involved in the film. 2.The name of the Court (or the Movie) observed. 3. A description of the type(s) of criminal court proceeding(s) observed. 4. For each and every stage of the criminal court proceeding observed describe how it is similar to how it is described in the textbook. 5.For each and every stage of the criminal court proceeding observed describe how it is different from how it is described in the textbook. 6.Identify any legal or ethical dilemma(s) presented and how you would resolve them personally. This assignment must meet all other writing assignment standards, i.e.: Be type-written 12 point font New Times Roman, include a cover page and page numbers.


To Kill a Mockingbird
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In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee advances a plot and characters who are loosely based on how she observes people around her and occurrences in 1936 when she was 10, near her hometown in Monroeville, Alabama. Although serious issues like rape and racial inequalities are presented, they are punctuated with warmth and humor; thus, readers are entertained. Legal issues in the story revolve around lawyering in an unjust society. Accordingly, the parent, Atticus Finch, serves as an example of an ethical person to the audience in the practice of law as he tackles the subjects of ethnic discrimination.
In the foregoing, Atticus Finch, a fictional barrister, defends Tom Robinson, a black charged for beating up and raping lady of the Western origin. In the setting of the American South, specifically in the town of Alabama, and in the 1930s, it is not expected that a white man would defend a black man since racial injustices were rife at the time (Banks, 2006, p. 239). 

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