BY JOSEF KALNA
In the film Disturbing Behavior (1998) the filmmakers warn of the dangers of neuroscience as it both sculpts the youth and fails to promote ubiquity. Tune in to hear how the color, mise-en-scene, and dialogue are used to convey this message.
This episode was produced as part of an upper level course on NeuroScience Fiction in Film taught by Angel Kaur during Fall 2020 at UNC Asheville.
None. This episode is a film analysis!
Written, Directed, and Featuring: Josef Kalna
Scientific Research by: Josef Kalna
Additional Sound Engineering: Cat Sawyer
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