Through the mists of my memory extremely vague things emerge about how sometimes people listen to each other and sometimes they don't. I think the word "ethnocentric" was discussed but it was also discussed in my Anthropology class. In fact, I do remember thinking the most valuable things in the class were things that ought to be, and often were in fact, taught in English and Anthropology.
I remember the two movies we watched, of course. I can't remember the title of one of them, which was a documentary about a woman who dressed and lived as a man for a couple years as a social experiment. I remember she wasn't very good at it as before beginning it didn't even occur to her to study men's body language, she basically just wore men's clothes and was quite surprised when everyone saw through what she was doing.
And we watched Breaking the Waves, which of course I love but I remember not being quite clear on what the movie had to do with the subject matter of the class. The teacher seemed to focus on the differences between Emily Watson's and Stellan Skarsgard's cultures, but the movie seems to me more about resolve and torment than about culture shock. If it were me, I might have picked a movie like Walkabout or maybe The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp. But, then, I can't honestly claim to know what would be appropriate for that class.
Considering cinema has been the dominant art form of the past century, it seems rather strange it's not a formal part of the curriculum. Maybe then most modern movies wouldn't be lousy.
Here are some pictures I've taken lately;