Watch the movie “The Emperor’s Club”(NOT a documentary) that portrays a gifted child or young adult as a central character. Write a short paper addressing (a) the significant social/emotional characteristics the character displayed, with discussion of how those characteristics affected the child and interacted with his or her cognitive (and other domain) characteristics;

Watch the movie “The Emperor’s Club”(NOT a documentary) that portrays a gifted child or young adult as a central character. Write a short paper addressing (a) the significant social/emotional characteristics the character displayed, with discussion of how those characteristics affected the child and interacted with his or her cognitive (and other domain) characteristics; (b) what special needs the character had, based on his or her affective characteristics; and (c) how significant people in the individual’s environment responded to the characteristics, positively or negatively. Then write a brief critique (1-2 paragraphs) of the movie from your perspective as a developing professional in gifted or general education – does the movie help to create stereotypes, dispel them, or both?