References for review essays include John Moscowitz’s chapter on preparing to write about film.
The review should have an appropriate title. It should contain at least two sections. The first section should reflect what Moscowitz calls ‘the boilerplate’.
That section should tell the reader what they might need to know about the film and its producer, director, the setting (time and place), lead characters, production funders and collaborators, etc. This section should be guided by Moscowitz.
Beyond that first section is what we might call the “beyond the boiler- plate” section. Here is where you want to provide the substance of your review/reaction. The issues that grab your attention are the issues to focus on in this section. Relationships between characters, aspects of African culture, portrayals of Africa/Africans, and other issues of interest to you should be the focus. This again should be guided by Moscowitz.
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