Film Review. Students will choose one World War II-era film from the list below and write a review of approximately 1,000 wordsdue on Lesson 6that analyzes the films depiction of gender roles in the armed forces during wartime and connects the films themes to those of the course.?A Yank in the RAF (1941)?Casablanca (1942)?Mrs. Miniver (1942)?So Proudly We Hail (1943)?4 Jills in a Jeep (1944)?The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)?Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)?Twelve Oclock High (1949)?From Here to Eternity (1953)?Carve Her Name with Pride (1958)An effective film review is a critical analysis of a films themes and, for this course, of the films depiction of wartime gender roles. It is more than just a summary of the films subject. Rather, your review should clearly and briefly explain the films plot, identify the central message of the films martial gender roles, explain how the film establishes these themes, and connect them to the historical and cultural matters explored in our course. In writing your review, consider the films overall tone and how that might shape the ways it characterizes gender. Is the film a celebration of war or a criticism of it? How do the films characters suggest particular types of gender roles? How do scenes suggest the meaning of gender? Be sure to explain how these themes relate to the materials you have read in the course and to organize your supporting paragraphs in a logical manner that clearly supports your thesis statement.