After the screening, take stock of your response. Consider the film from several perspectives: the personal, the political, the historic, and the cinematic.
1. Describe your reaction to the film. Why do you feel this way?
2. What did you learn from the screening that you didn’t already know? How was this information conveyed?
3. How did the film inform your understanding of atomic weapons? What questions do you have?
3. What did you think of the visual approach? How did the cinematic choices impact the power of the work? Was it effective or not? How so?
Type a 2-page response that incorporates the four considerations above. Be certain to include a conclusion that ties all four factors together.