choose a film. While watching the film, you will choose one individual to write an analysis on, focusing specifically on the issues of human development that are discussed. An analysis is more than reporting. It tells the how and the why: relevance, significance, accuracy, and spiritual dimension are some areas to be covered. Your task is to relate the individual you choose to your understanding of human development and the challenges, experiences, and behaviors you observe. You do not have to create a diagnosis for this person, but look at him or her from a human development perspective. Your review should consist of three to four pages, double-spaced, 12-point, in Times New Roman font. This is primarily an observation paper, as though this individual was your client.