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I took a Danish film class with Prof. Tangherlini (for some reason that wasn't an option; I didn't take EAS 19), and it was one of my favorite classes at UCLA. It required a lot of outside time, because films weren't shown in class except to go over scene by scene, and we had to write informal reviews each week, plus do a 10-12 page paper at the end. Still, it was incredibly interesting, and all the material was fun to watch. He is really friendly and easy-going, and is generous with grades. He seems to be one of the professors who is fine with letting you decide what you want to take from his classes; as long as you put in the work and show up, he seems to be fine with giving out A's. Plus, no tests! Take his classes, they are great.
If you (like myself) like your professor to be organized and to present the class material in an efficient way then DONT take any classes with Tangherlini! Sure he is fun and interesting, but that doesnt really mean all that much when you are trying to figure out how to write a 10 page paper when nothing has been covered! Trust me, it is not worth it, the class is not as easy as people say.
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