Select a movie that has deviance as a central theme.After watching the movie, critically address the following points:1. What are the specific deviant behaviors portrayed in the film?2. Consider whether these behaviors are portrayed sympathetically or unsympathetically, as this is often telling. Are we, as the audience, made to understand, identify with or cheer for one or more of the deviant characters in the movie you are analyzing?What characteristics define the character or characters that are portrayed in a sympathetic light? Are some deviant characters or acts of deviance portrayed unsympathetically (meaning that the audience is clearly intended to respond with dislike and disapproval)? What characteristics define these characters or activities?3. What theoretical perspective on crime and deviance best applies to the film? Use specific examples to explain your reasoning.4. What ultimately happens to the deviant character (or characters) and what are the thematic implications of that resolution?5. What acts and forms of social control (responses to deviant behavior, specifically) are present in the film? How do the forms of social control present shape the perspective on deviance presented in the film?6. Given your understanding of deviance from Chapter 8 of the textbook, would you say the portrayal of deviance in this film is accurate or inaccurate? Explain your reasoning.Minimum Word Count: Remember that on all written assignments you are expected to write a minimumof 500 words (excluding assignment instructions), and that submissions of fewer than 500 words will receivegrades of zero.You will be graded on the thoroughness and thoughtfulness of your response.The best responses go beyond mere summary of information and demonstrate the use of analysis.