Prompt I would like to focus my term paper on the topic of exploration of the social construction of the “third world realities” from the

Prompt I would like to focus my term paper on the topic of exploration of the social construction of the “third world realities” from the perspective in the Nepali film “white sun” (2016) Because Nepal’s over a hundred years of class rule and ten years of civil war have made war, gender, and old and new values ​​antagonistic. These themes often found in third-world films are naturally visible in this film. Therefore, the director uses the father’s body to represent the old regime before the war, and death symbolizes the death of the regime. His two sons, although they belong to different political positions, had to join hands in order to carry the corpse, expressing some possibility of reconciliation It is the perfect example for an insight toward a particular third-world reality from a native point of view. !!!!!important !!!!! note that third world cinema is different from third cinema (professors note about the chosen prompt :Greetings, Cynthia . . .  Your term-paper proposal is apt, accepted and with good prospects. In developing it, as the term-paper will demonstrate your ability to formulate original, scholarly, inquiries as well as hone research and analytical skills, put premiums on the structure (introductory paragraph, robust middle, concluding paragraph), depth, logical flow, fines-pun understandings of the issues, integrating other creditable, scholarly, sources in your references and bibliography. So, keep away from haphazard organization, sweeping generalizations, bad grammar, typographical and spelling errors. Go for gold, and, all the best!) refer to these readings and other sources if you find appropriate ones Ciecko, Anne Tereska. Contemporary Asian Cinema (Oxford & New York: Berg, 2006). Armes, Roy. Third World Film Making and the West (Berkeley: U. Of Calif. Press, 1987) Downing, John D. H. Film and Politics in the Third World (New York: Autonomedia, 1986). Pines, Jim & Paul Willemen, Questions of Third Cinema (London: BFI Publishing, 1989). Teo, Stephen. Asian Cinema Experience (New York and London: Routledge, 2014).