Grand Larceny

This documentary explores the inner thought and experience that Reggie Gray went though during his college career. It raises questions regarding how financial well being as a student is difficult and how it is easy to fall off the right path in the process of seeking financial stability. Grand larceny is serious crime yet the outcome of the crime is far from negative. The development as an individual and realizations taught in the process are beyond valuable. A crime is a crime but that does not reflect who you really are. This piece focuses on the inner motives that are not transcribed by the simple fact that he committed grand larceny.

Video Ideas

First Idea

A video that interviews those who went abroad and compare their experiences. Some ideas I want to explore include, why they went abroad what was their objective, what difficulties they encountered and how they changed if they did when they got back. I have a lot of footage from abroad so I can include clips from that as well as how interview my friends who were on similar programs.

Second idea:

Discover what it means to be in a frat and if greek life should be recognized by the school. I would interview my friends in the frat and also interview the administration on its current stance and why they havnt been recognized. I would like to know the pros and cons and what risks the school has. Tackle the question of how Brandeis can overcome its poor social life reputation.