Jonathan Z., Iris, Donya and Kraemer

By Immy, Andrew, Kelly, and Toren

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Check out Veronica's Post for a brief explaination:
The scenes in colour are real-life things that happened during the time period that we were studying. Each one of the scenes shows a bit of what British Columbia had to go through to finally join Canada. The black and white scenes, depicting a man walking, is a metaphor for British Columbia having to go through all those obstacles (the colour scenes) in order to come to the very last scene, where a man exclaims that British Columbia is now Canadian. The very last sound you hear is a train, which represents the railroad – a big reason why British Columbia joined Canada. (And to clear up any confusing, the scenes with subtitles are supposed to mean that they’re talking in a different language.)

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