Grading Criteria Do you directly address the questions asked? Do you demonstrate

Grading Criteria
Do you directly address the questions asked?
Do you demonstrate a thorough understanding of the course material?
Do you provide a well-thought-out response backed by careful reasoning and evidence, rather than opinion and unsupported claims?
Question
Answer the following question pertaining to the film Pleasantville. Justify your responses with specifics from the film.
C. Reflect on the behaviors of the citizens of Pleasantville and discuss how the film explores the notion of “free will.”
In what ways does the film support or object to Coyne’s argument for the non-existence of free will? Be sure to address both parts of Coyne’s definition of free will (freely and consciously).
Based on what we see in the film, why might some people not want free will to exist? What argument(s) does the film seem to be making regarding the significance of free will?

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