The two film is oncorruption, Margin Call (2011) or The Big Short (2015)
OR the BOI/FBI or OSS/CIA, The Good Shepherd (2006) and J Edgar (2011)
see the example that i posted and the PPT for tips
and do not use too difficult words just easy to understand.
Choose one director of American historical films and write an essay that analyses their contribution. What kind of worldview is evident in their films, and how effective are they in rendering the time period or periods they have treated? Oliver Stone (JFK, The Doors, Platoon/Born on the 4th/Heaven and Earth, Nixon), Terrence Malick (The New World, Badlands, Thin Red Line), Stanley Kubrick (Dr Strangelove, Full Metal Jacket), Steven Spielberg (Amistad, Saving Private Ryan, The Color Purple, Lincoln), Clint Eastwood (Letters From Iwo Jima/ Flags, J. Edgar, Unforgiven, Changeling) Michael Mann (Public Enemies, Last of the Mohicans, The Insider) Kevin Costner (Dances with Wolves, Open Range, Thirteen Days) Ron Howard (Frost/Nixon, Apollo 13, Alamo) Martin Scorcese (The Aviator, Gangs of New York), and Spike Lee (Malcolm X, Miracle at St. Anna, Summer of Sam) are all good candidates for this topic.
Review one film or compare two films released at roughly the same era that are about the same era or event in American history, or offer an interpretation of that history. Explain the effectiveness or contribution to our historical understanding that this film or films make. The films do not necessarily have to be in the genre of historical films. A quality drama that is based on events, but uses composite characters and a fictional story can work as well.
This written assignment will be formatted using Chicago style – footnotes and a bibliography. Have a title page and ensure your argument is spelled out in the introduction. See these guidelines for additional specifics on essay formatting, as well as this brief power point on “Effective Essay Writing tips”
NOTE: You may not include Internet sources, unless they are an online version of a scholarly academic jour