Political event public figure political theme public profession or law

You can write a paper about a political event, public figure, political theme, public profession, or law as it has been portrayed differently in several different films, and offer an explanation of how and why the portrayals have changed. For example, one might compare the portrayal of the threat of nuclear war in Fail Safe (1964) and Dr. Strangelove (1964) with that in Threads (1984), and Jericho (TV Series—2006).

Political event public figure political theme public profession or law

Firstly, write a paper about a political event, public figure, political theme, public profession, or law as it has been portrayed differently in several different films. Secondly, offer an explanation of how and why the portrayals have changed.  For example, one might compare the portrayal of the threat of nuclear war in Fail Safe (1964) and Dr. Strangelove (1964) with that in Threads (1984), and Jericho (TV Series—2006).

Further, write a paper that explores the similarities and differences between real people or events. Also, the portrayal of them in films. Also, find political meaning in the differences.  For example, how and why is Governor Stanton’s primary campaign in Primary Colors (1998) different from Bill Clinton’s real primary campaign.  Compare the real Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 to its portrayal in 13 Days in October (2000).

Write a paper that explores the political implications of the differences between two or more versions of the same story.  For example, how and why is the film Catch-22 (1970) different from the novel Catch-22 by Joseph Heller of 1962.

Moreover, write a paper that looks at the political meaning in a body of work that produced by a single director, actor, or writer. IE, what is the political meaning of the films that Clint Eastwood and stared in or directed in his career?

Lastly, How and why has it changed over the years?