Bowling for Columbine.
1. Give a short summary of the movie.
2. What is your opinion about the NRA?
3. Give examples where Michael Moore uses humor or irony!
4. What is the difference between USA and Canada?
5. What is the “welfare to work” – program?
6. Describe what happened at the K-mart.
1. Short summary:
“Bowling for Columbine” is a humorous and horrifying film about the United States. The director of the film Michael Moore asks a country, who has plenty of guns, where schools have detectors to screen the students for weapons: what they think about their gun law? He shows us the shooting in 1999 at Columbine school, where 11 students and 1 teacher was shot by two teenagers (Ed Harris and Dylan Klebold). In the movie Michael Moore also talk with the head leader of NRA (National Rifle Association), Michael Moore ask provocative questions about, why the head leader came to columbine right after the shooting at Columbine school, and halt a NRA meeting. When the public of Columbine were still in shock. After that the public blamed their depravity on everything from violent video games, to hard-core heavy-metal rocker Marilyn Manson. They meant that it was his music that got the teenagers mad. Marilyn Manson didn’t take it so hard, he meant just like Michael Moore: that it were because of their law, the teenagers got that mad. And a last we see Michael helping, 2 of the victims, of the shooting at Columbine school. Because they think that it will help, if K-mart stopped selling refills, and they think it’s strange that, K-mart still sells refills when they don’t sell guns anymore. So what the want is that, K-mart stops selling refills. And there prayers are heard: K-mart stopped selling refills.
1. What I think about NRA:
I think that NRA should be shut down; it’s not a fond, who thinks that shooting is wrong. And that’s a bad think for the public to here when almost everyone in the United States has a gun. NRA is not helping anyone to stop the...
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