For this week PSY 3011 Social Psychology assignment, you will work on observation Techniques: Film Analysis. You will analyze a three- to five-minute segment of a movie or a television episode depicting social psychology in the courtroom.

Film Analysis.

Film Analysis. 

We will guide you on how to write a film analysis essay & cinematic techniques.

After watching the movie segment, create a three- to four-page report on your analysis. In your report:

  • Mention the name of the movie.
  • Describe the setting and overall storyline of the movie.
  • Describe the main characters in the observed movie section.
  • Describe the situation that you analyzed and interpret the action of the characters depicting social psychology in the courtroom.
  • Draw conclusions based on social psychological concepts and theories.
In your textbook, Social Psychology, for this week, read the following:

  • Social psychology in the clinic
  • Social psychology in the court
  • Social psychology and the sustainable future
ISBN 9781259822261; Social Psychology – Bundle, 12th ed; McGraw-Hill, Digitalplease relate it the movie to the weekly reading

And APA format 7

A Time to kill is an American courtroom crime drama released in 1996 and is based on John Grisham’s novel of the same title. The film revolves around the chronicles of a ten-year-old girl’s rape. Two white men committed the crime against the young girl of the African-American origin. The rapists were arrested and a suit filed against them. However, the two are murdered by the girl’s father in the courtroom as they head to a hearing, and a deputy is disabled in the process. The move heightens racial hatred in the town and posits a potential conflict regardless of the verdict. A local white non-experienced, young Mississippi based lawyer agrees to defend the girl’s father. Sandra Bullock, Samuel Jackson, Matthew McConaughey, and Kevin Spacey are the star characters (Warner Bros, 2014). On the other hand, Ashley Judd, Kiefer Sutherland, and Patrick McGoohan appeared in supporting roles.