When I’m about to participate in a live-tweeting session, here’s my preparation:

First, I take the time to go through Wikipedia for basic information: the producer, the director, screenplay writers, the actors, the production company, the budget and the amount of money the film did at the Box Office. I will then explore in greater depth, through the Britannica site, the biographies of the director, the producer and screenplay writers. It is, indeed, possible to gather information on the film production through them. Then, I explore critique sites, either newspapers at the time when the film was released or opinion blogs. However, I try to avoid opinion blogs, because the quality and wording of the arguments are less rich than those put forward by journalists. In addition, I browse through scientific articles to link an aspect of the film to a contemporary reality. Finally, I collect all the information and…

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