1. On p. 113 of Natural Born Celebrities, Schmid argues that most serial killer films are successful because they allow "their viewers a way to disavow their involvement" with any violence. What does he mean by this, and how do we separate ourselves from the violence we see in Natural Born Killers specifically
2. Using one of the more abstract moments in the film (the opening restaurant, the sitcom TV home, the hotel sex scenes, or the rattlesnake dream, etc) detail and analyze the way Stone's film form differs from other films we've seen. Why this different approach here
Before answering this week's questions, you should view the film Natural Born Killers (1994), and complete the reading from Natural Born Celebrities
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