An eight-page viewing guide for Roberto Benigni's film Life Is Beautiful, this guide divides the film into seven clips (times for each clip noted on guide). Each clip has a section for students to record what they see and hear, as well as corresponding discussion questions. This approach makes film-viewing a critical, active process rather than a passive experience. Though showing a two-hour film in this way takes more class time, it yields rich discussion and insights. This guide will help you teach students how to analyze this film, rather than just view it.