What do we view contemporary racism by seeing the world through Chris’s gaze?

Respond to my prompts; follow the instructions below. This is the most important component of your discussion work. As the syllabus says, treat the main response like a mini-paper.
Use The Readings:The entire purpose of these discussions is to synthesize the readings (and lectures) with the film. Use quotations, bring in terms or concepts… find ways to illuminate the film by way of applying the readings.Film Images Required: at least 1 from each filmINSTRUCTIONS: For your main post, due Thursday night, respond to BOTH prompts below (one for each film/chapter) by utilizing the questions provided as starting points. I recommend first reading the chapters, then viewing lectures (all of the Qs below are in the lecs!), and then writing your posts. Write roughly 300 words in total, both prompt responses combined.Black Representation — Get Out (Peele, 2016: Write roughly 150+ words in response to one or more of the questions below. Provide at least one screenshot as visual aid/evidence.The following questions are designed to get you thinking. No, you definitely do not have to answer all of them, but the first one (in purple) needs to be incorporated in your post somehow.How does the film address the history of offensive representation in film? What specific stereotypes are invoked? What events or moments recall the history of African American representation in film?How might we view Get Out as a remake or revision of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? What do they share? What does Get Out do differently?What do we view contemporary racism by seeing the world through Chris’s gaze?How does the film address the intersectional or compounded discrimination Chris experiences specific to African American males?How does the film address the contemporary social and cultural context specific to young African American men?Intersectionality: Are there any moments or characters that highlight compounded forms of privilege or inequality based on more than one identity category?Do you think the film supports Ideological notions of gender and race? Does it resist them? If so, how?How does the film’s conclusion punctuate the ideological or counter-ideological content in the film? What’s the final comment on gender and race?What forms of inequality are not questioned in the film?Native/Indigenous Rep — Smoke Signals(Eyre, 1998): Write roughly 150+ words in response to one or more of the questions below, or use them as starting points. Provide at least one screenshot as visual aid/evidence.The following questions are designed to get you thinking. No, as above, you definitely do not have to answer all of them, but the first one (in purple) needs to be incorporated in your post somehow.How does Smoke Signals depart from, mock, or repurpose Native American film stereotypes?How does the film depart from or refer to aspects of The Searchers?How does the filmmaker use flashbacks in story telling? Are the flashbacks supposed to be “true” or imaginary?How are traditional symbols of true America (John Wayne, basketball) repurposed by the characters in the film?What is a “real” Indian to Victor and Thomas?Thomas tells a lot of stories, some of which are not listened to. Why is storytelling such an integral feature in the film?How does the film address the history of oppression?