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Lars and the Real Girl
With the help of a professional, Lars’s brother and sister-in-law—along with members of the community—look for creative ways to indirectly help Lars. How are these methods more productive than directly addressing the obvious problem?
The timeline in this film appears to span a few months. Is this a realistic amount of time for Lars to resolve his illness? How might media work to convince us that complex problems can be solved quickly?