Discussion Questions Relating to Ethical Issues will facilitate the use of this film to teach ethical principles and critical viewing. Additional questions are set out below.
(Be kind; Be compassionate and show you care; Express gratitude; Forgive others; Help people in need)
See question under Romantic Relationships.
4. Gather snippets from YouTube and various readily available sources on the Internet and compile a brief look at Woody Allen as seen in some of his films and interviews. Present your project, along with a brief biography, to the class for comparison to the characterization of Allen as seen in the acting of Owen Wilson in Midnight in Paris. Lead a class discussion on the topic.
See also Additional Assignments for Use With any Film that is a Work of Fiction.
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Selected Awards, Cast and Director
Selected Awards: 2012 Academy Awards: Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay; 2012 Golden Globe Awards: Best Screenplay; 2012 Academy Awards Nominations: Best Picture, Best Direction, and Best Art Direction; 2012 Golden Globe Awards Nominations: Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical, Best Director - Motion Picture (Woody Allen), Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical (Owen Wilson).
Featured Actors: Owen Wilson as Gil, Rachel McAdams as Inez, Kurt Fuller as John, Mimi Kennedy as Helen, Michael Sheen as Paul, Marion Cotillard as Adriana, and Nina Arianda as Carol.
Director: Woody Allen.
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