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  • 1. Twentieth Century Humanities: HUM2250 Professor Will Adams · Wadams5@valenciacollege.edu Course Blog: hum2250-1800-sm.blogspot.com Office hours by appointment · Building 2, Room 234 Class Meeting: Thursdays, 6:00 – 9:20 PM Name: • Casablanca Film Response • Score: /321. During what time period is the film set? 9. What famous song does Rick have played in the cafe that infuriates the Nazi officials?2. In what city & country does the filmopen? 10. What does Rick do for Victor and Ilsa in the end?3. How would you characterize Rick early inthe film? 11. What does Captain Renault then do for Rick in the end?4. What valuable things does Ugarteacquire by murdering two German mail 12. Would you say that Rick is a strongcarriers? character or a weak character? Why or why not?5. What is the name of the chief of policewho is friendly with Rick? 13. Would you say that Ilsa is a strong or a weak character? Why or why not?6. Why does Victor Laszlo need whatUgarte is selling? 14. What stance does the film seem to take on love?7. Why did Ilsa allow herself to fall in lovewith Rick in Paris? 15. What point does the film seem to make about the role of fate?8. Why is Rick angry with Ilsa? 16. What are the major messages of the film?

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