Works for any movie. This is a great way to merge the vocabulary of elements of a story with a film you're watching in (or outside of) class. The worksheet allows students to use their Spanish vocabulary to write a brief book-report style analysis of any film you choose. Students describe the setting, main characters and what they are like, describe the conflict and the resolution. This can make a great sub plan for level 3 and above. For lower levels, be sure students understand the vocabulary and have ample time to write their descriptions. It's a good challenge but not too difficult.