This is a study guide for the movie "Ever After," which I use in my freshman World History class to wrap up our unit on the Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment. It is meant to be viewed as a metaphor, rather than as completely historically accurate. It demonstrates the uses of logic and science, as well as the influence of Enlightenment ideals. It shows life on a French manor, and the lives of the noble elite prior to the French Revolution. I pass out to my students a copy of the handout, with my notes/answers deleted, so that they take notes during the film. I pause periodically to discuss/explain, using my notes that you see here as a guide. It is also a great way to teach students media literacy skills, in terms of analyzing what they watch for content, symbolism, metaphor, allusion, etc.