Learning Goal: I’m working on a film discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.On a number of occasions in Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin uses the theft of food as a literary devise. In one particular such scene, where the Gamin steals a loaf of bread for herself and her sisters, a wealthy woman reports her theft to the police and, despite the Gamin’s desperate circumstances, insists that she be arrested. Considering these scenes involving the theft of food, please respond to the following 3 questions: 1) Why do you suppose Chaplin is so focussed on this theft of food issue?; 2) What does the wealthy woman’s conduct say about Chaplin’s view on relations between the rich and the poor?; and, 3) Is it morally wrong to steal a loaf of bread to feed your starving family, if you have no reasonable alternative?Please adhere to the following requirements for the paper: a minimum of 3 pages in length, double spaced, put all id info on a cover sheet (not on page 1 of the Paper).Please make sure to respond to all 3 questions!!!Please do not “lift” material from the Internet.
Requirements: 3 pages
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