Milk was a bad choice
After a fictitious story is created about a soldier called 'Schuman' being captured in the fake war in Albania. The producers start a trend of throwing shoes as a show of support. How is this an example of mob mentality? Can you think of other examples in mob mentality either from your own experience or in popular culture or days gone by?
Viewers are introduced to a typical Australian-Italian immediate family.
A man phones emergency services to call an ambulance for his heavily pregnant wife.
Chris' sister describes the loss experienced by their family as a result of her brother going missing.
Three people sit around a table discussing their breakfast choices ahead of a big day.
In one of the few colour scenes seen in Schindler's List, the film opens on a Jewish family's regular religious observance.
The President's advisor (Robert De Niro) puts it to a Hollywood director (Dustin Hoffman) that 'War is showbiz'. He reels off slogans and images from the past 50 years of war. Does he have a point? Do people remember images and catchy slogans more than cold hard facts?
An innocent kiss of gratitude during drunken birthday celebrations sees Oskar Schindler arrested.
A Chinese immigrant in England goes for a trip to the beach as an opportunity to learn more English.
Stewart's mother recalls how she lost her son and grieves because she thinks noone remembers him.
The Hollywood team members discuss whether they vote or not. Voting is not compulsory in the United States. Do you think voting in Australia should be voluntary? Why? Why not? The President's advisors are happy the scandal is not on the front pages of the newspapers, would it be more difficult to hide a story in this day in age of social media?
Molly criticises Tilly for working too hard to impress other people in the town and suggests she'll never be accepted by the community.
Tilly returns home to Dungatar and asks her mother if the reason she's cursed is because she'd committed a murder as a child, the memory of which she'd repressed.
Day 84: Robyn and the Indigenous elder Mr Eddy travel through Ngaanyatjarra lands, Mr Eddy pointing out and describing country in-language.
Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo meets with Paddy Killoran, who suggests he work for free on his garbage truck instead of leaving the island. Eddie ' Koiki' refuses, saying he won't labour for free. Paddy dismisses Eddie's sense of worth and determination, reminding him that under the Aboriginal Protection Act (1939) it's his role to protect him from himself. Eddie refuses again, saying he is not a slave. Benny, Eddie's father, is worried for his son.
The Capulets and Montagues are reprimanded for their misdeeds. Captain Prince, Chief of Police, makes it known gang rivalries will no longer be tolerated on Verona streets and shall another disruption occur, a life will pay the forfeit of the peace.