Write a response paper to a film that will be screened in class or to another of the student’s choosing that relates to American Jews such as “The Pawnbroker,” “Yentl,” “Stranger Among Us,” “The Jazz Singer,” “Exodus”, “The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz,” “Gentlemen’s Agreement,” “The Chosen,” “Brooklyn Babylon,” etc. pick any movie you want In writing a movie response, your goal is to explain to readers why a movie is worth seeing by evaluating its strengths and weaknesses in these areas, providing essential background information and giving an overall evaluation. “Brief” is the keyword; it can be easy to get carried away with a summary. When writing a plot summary for a movie response, the author includes the most essential plot points without revealing any information that could spoil the film or its ending for viewers.