Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages
Often, when viewing a foreign-language film, students are unable to pick up subtle cultural cues essential to the film’s message. If, however, students are well-prepared for a film, they become perceptive critics of the larger themes represented in the film. In this article I address pedagogical issues surrounding the use of Cédric Klapisch’s film, Un air de famille [Family Resemblances] based on my experience in teaching a new interdisciplinary course at Calvin College.
Vos-Camy, Jolene, "Teaching French Film in a Christian Context: Cédric Klapisch’s Un Air de famille" (2005). University Faculty Publications and Creative Works. 604.