Communication Disorder: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Movie Review Sample)
Four 2-3 page movie reviews of how well a communication disorder is portrayed in the movie you are writing about. You may choose which four movies to review. The review is due in the class following the class that covered the topic of the movie you are analyzing. Reviews should include a brief synopsis of the movie, brief background of the communication disorder and a brief evaluation of the effectiveness of the portrayal of the communication disorder in the movie.
one citation should be the film
Communication Disorder: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
A communication disorder is a condition in which a person is unable to receive, send, process or comprehend concepts articulated to them in verbal, non-verbal and graphic symbol systems. Sometimes communication disorders can be caused by injuries or medical conditions that deprive and individual the ability to communicate properly. A few movies have been released featuring communication disorders as the central theme or part of plot development. In this article, features a review of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly film whilst focusing on communication disorder and how it is portrayed.
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is a film directed by Julian Schnabel and written by Ronal Harwood. The plot revolves around Jean-Dominique Bauby (Mathieu Amalric) who wakes up after three weeks in coma. He was taken ill to the hospital with a spine injury. After thorough analysis by one doctor, he is diagnosed with a rare disorder of ‘locked-in syndrome' that makes him paralyzed but mentally normal. Other than moving his eye, he has no voluntary control over his limbs and muscles. A speech therapist is enlisted to help Bauby make sense of his new world and communicate with other people and
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