Philadelphia: Film Guide

Philadelphia
Philadelphia

Ages

11+

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

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1 December

A film guide that looks at Philadelphia, a powerful drama made in 1993, when it was daring to make a Hollywood film about AIDS, about a top lawyer who is sacked when his firm learns he has the disease.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including Law, PSHE Education and Citizenship in addition to highlighting themes surrounding equality, ethics, physical health, law and order, North America, love and relationships, and racism and prejudice.

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Philadelphia: Film Guide

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