A content-rich review, Nadia - and the way you are able link visual aspects of the film outwards to cultural and social circumstances is very encouraging. You've obviously taken on board a lot of advice of the 'do's and don'ts', because your tone throughout is suitably academic, but it reads easily. Just one small note; the Havard citation is usually just the surname and the date i.e. (Sponseller, 2005) and it always comes after the quote not before. Stylistically, I like the way you introduce the Sponsellor quote by refering to him, but you can do that without the brackets and date as that citation always comes at the conclusion of the quote. Otherwise, this is promising stuff and I look forward to seeing your writing and critical skills continue to develop over the coming weeks. Well done.