What aspects of the film stand out to you in watching these scenes? How are the major themes of the story being developed, i.e. what does the film want to communicate to its audience? Does it teach a lesson? Does it encourage certain beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors?
In your response, discuss at least one specific detail of the film – images, sounds, music, words, and events – that you think is significant, and how your chosen detail produces certain effects in the audience.
Question: Friedan reports that between the 1920s and the 1950s, the percentage of male college students, in comparison to female college students,
stayed the same.
Consider the different ways the ending of the film resolves (or purports to resolve) the situations, conflicts, interactions, and relationships set up earlier in the film.
Was the ending expected (based on the film, not on your prior knowledge)? If so, why? Why does the film have to end this way (i.e., how does it match up with the logic of the film)?
Discuss at least one specific detail from the final scenes of the film in your response.