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Inequalities consequences rebellion education film techniques

Inequalities & Consequences



Film Techniques

Sugar Cane Alley St. Martinique , 1930s

Evelyn, Francesca, Andrea and Ellen


Plantation Owner


  • Economic & Class structure

    Owner’s discontent with the harvest 1

    Workers’ smallest delinquency & injury—O:fine 2

    Child labor

    Workers’ lacking of sugar 3

Flunky\advantaged \Mixed or Black




  • Race

    Leopold couldn't’t inherit White’s last name

    The attitude of school authorities in

    Fort-de-France 4

  • Advantageous position of the elders

    Mme. Leonce’s using Jose 5

Consequences of inequality
Consequences of Inequality

  • Negative


    --Hollywood dream

    --bedroom scene

    Ticket seller

  • Negative to positive


    --the school scene

    --the arrest scene

FL: Those people are hopeless. I really detest that race. H: You shouldn’t say that.F: What? I tell you I hate them. How can I be proud of my color. When I see those people fouling up ever day? It disgusts me. Anyway, except for my color, I’m not black. My character is white.H: I am sure no white ever yelled “I hate my race” when another white stole or even murdered. Then, why, for a trifle, are you willing to condemn all blacks?F: You don’t understand. It hurts me to see someone who is already black do something bad. Even for a trifle, my impulse to hurl my race into the fire.


  • Children Reaction over the Adults

    • Burning off the sugarcane field

    • Jose breaking plates of Madame Leonce

    • Leopold stealing the account book

  • Black Adults’ Rebelling over the whites

    • Using Voices Instead of Real Action

Education jose

  • Medouze

    • Teaching about Nature

    • Black self-identity

  • Grandmother

    • Attitude

    • Her Insist

  • The teacher

    • Test

    • Writing

  • Self education

Film techniques
Film Techniques

  • Opening Images – Postcards

  • Stories within the Narration

    • Medouze telling Stories

  • Setting

  • Color

  • Framing & Style