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#### Utah Valley University - THEA 1023 JURASSIC PARK Study Questions 1)Instead of being at the meeting between Juanito and Gennero, John Hammond has been called away due to a problem with his daughter—what is it?   According to Gennerro, the family of the dead worker has brought suit against Hammond

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JURASSIC PARK Study Questions

1)Instead of being at the meeting between Juanito and Gennero, John Hammond has been called away due to a problem with his daughter—what is it?

1. According to Gennerro, the family of the dead worker has brought suit against Hammond. What are the TWO resulting problems that may cause the park to close down?

1. What is it the money people insist be done even though Hammond hates them because they slow everything down?

1. What does Juanito hold in his hand at the end of the scene AND why is it important?

1. Why does Hammond need Drs. Grant and Sattler to come to the Park?

1. Ian Malcolm is a mathematician with an unusual specialty. What is it AND explain it? The “Chaos Theory”. Chaos theory is a branch of mathematics focused on the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly

1. What is amber AND how is it related to the creation of the park?
2. How do Hammond and company control the gender of the dinosaur population?

1. According to the hunter--Muldoon--what is wrong with the dinosaurs AND what does he say should be done to solve the problem?

1. At the end of the dinner scene it becomes evident that the scientists are NOT on Hammond’s “side”--why not?

1. Upon their arrival at the park, Hammond’s grandchildren gravitate to Dr. Grant. Why do they do this AND why is it a problem for him?

1. The amber at the top of Hammond’s cane is a cinematic symbol of both his power AND his weakness.  Explain.

1. Earlier in the film, Dr. Grant had used a raptor claw he carries to scare a little boy. Now, while sitting in a tree with Timmy and Lexie he drops the claw. Implication is that he no longer ‘needs’ it to ward off children. Why not?

1. What does Dr. Grant find that leads him to conclude that the dinosaurs ARE breeding-- AND how is it possible?

1. Explain the “lysine contingency.”

1. Who is Grant sitting with on the helicopter--ANY why is this significant?

1. When did Spielberg begin storyboarding?

1. What are “animatics?”

1. According to Spielberg’s crew, which creatures are the closest living links to dinosaurs?

1. What was the “classic” film which most inspired Spielberg in making Jurassic Park?

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