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Not a good idea. But it could be worse. Have you watched additional Ripstein's movies? I love them, but they can seriously depressed anybody.
Could you give me some titles?For some reason, I put on 3 very sad movies in my 3 classes this semester. And they are all about old people. I have no idea why.
What about the Torrente saga? Lear
"Profundo Carmesi", "Principio y Fin", "El lugar sin limites". Hay mas, pero estas son faciles de conseguir.
If they don't complain about the irreverence, "El dia de la bestia" by Alex de la Iglesia is a great movie to show. It's funny, and you can talk about Spain transformations in the 1990s.
Oh but depressed students would be more reflective (and probably kinder and more sensitive) while writing evaluations. =)
"El dia de la bestia" is actually one movie that I have seen. It's really good. Thanks for reminding me about it!
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