Gwani

Connecting over a film is more about listening and sharing. The questions below only serve as a springboard. 


1.     You can always start with first thoughts or impressions: What do you think of the story? How does it make you feel? Favorite scene?
2.     Observation: What are the tensions Mr. Seif is experiencing?
3.     Interpretation: Who do you think Gwani is? Note: Translated Gwani means from within.
4.     Interpretation: Would you describe Mr. Sief as basically good, bad or either one?
5.     Application: "What "voices" guide your moral conscience?

Habel

Connecting over a film is more about listening and sharing. The questions below only serve as a springboard. 

    1. What do you think of the story?
    2. What one word comes to mind when you think of this film?
    3. Why do you think the shoe shining boy did not want to tell the man what was happening with his family?
    4. Why do you think the man was so disappointed to not have a gift for his wife?
    5. What do you think motivates people to do a selfless act even when it is costly to themselves?
    6. Have you done this or has someone done this for you? How did that make you feel?