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It offers been asked, "Are reflexive or cinema vérité documentary movies even more accurate at truthfully representing actuality?” This question could be answered many ways. One apparent path is to side with reflexivity, since it is honest about the shortcomings of filmmaking. However, we can not be therefore quick to assume to learn what the query is asking. The question should be broken down first to be able to come to a reasonable answer. First, a simpler thought process about the phrase “truthfully representing reality” is “truth.” truth and Fact are synonymous because by requesting what’s true, one is asking what's. Second, classifying movies as reflexive or vérité is sloppy for the intended purpose of this question. Any given film shall contain components of multiple modes of film, and for that reason assigning it one setting shall unnecessarily correlate the reality of this specific film using its assigned mode. Quite simply, if analysis were to prove the film SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL to be the most truthful film ever, it will be wrong to also say cinema vérité may be the most truthful mode, because High School isn't pure cinema vérité. To illustrate this true point, consider the fitness center teacher’s handling of delinquents in these film. In a single instance, he lectures a learning pupil on the need for addressing him as “sir. ” In instance later, another misbehaving student addresses him as sir and he's upset by the “fakeness” of it. The fitness center teacher significantly contradicts himself and even more, handles the same subject material on separate occasions in a different way. His inconsistent treatment of students in the same situation isn't unlike Betty’s inconsistent treatment of the same story in Betty Tells Her Story (which is most classified as a reflexive film). As a result, to answer.