Although they are entertaining which is an important aspect of theatre culture, they also are often misguiding. Many spectators take movies at face value, without considering that they may not exactly qualify as primary source material. Even when an historical event is fabricated to teach or enhance a moral message, it still doesn’t compensate for bending the truth. Moviegoer’s may have a positive experience and gain some skewed historical perspective, perhaps better than what they knew before the movie, but they loose out on the truth and therefore, a genuine understanding of the historical event, and its significance.
Chinua Achebe unfolds a variety of interesting connections between characters in the Novel Things Fall Apart. Relationships with parents, children and inner self are faced differently, however the attitude that Okonkwo gave them determined what kind of outcome he generated from these relations. Okonkwo looks at everything through his violent and manly perspective and is afraid to show his real feelings because he thinks that he may be thought out as weak and feminine this paranoid attitude lead him to self-destruction. Okonkwo the son of the useless and unimportant father Unoka strives to become rich and successful in the Ibo, unlike his father who was simple, poor and always was in debt from all of the people around. Okonkwo tries to forget everything that his father’s life meant and creates his own principles.
Since Charles was a better match for the show Herbert was told he had to lose the next show and the question had to be simple. Although Herbert did not want to he did. He then became outraged because Charles had became the "Gentile" the beat the "Jew". Charles was well liked and won much more money. To get revenge Herb spoke with a District attorney office labeling the show a fraud.
Biff, on the other hand, had it worse because his father sold him lies about his importance in the business industry, which forced Biff to admire Willy and strive to be like him one day. Willy’s consistent stroking of Biff’s ego misled Biff into thinking that he could get away with anything simply because he was “popular” and “well-liked”. However, when Biff accidentally stumbles upon his father’s adultery, his world crashes in on itself as he loses his sense of identity. He quotes, “I realized what a ridiculous lie my whole life has been” (Act II). Willy wasn’t much better with his “friends”.
Not everybody has enough courage to compromise their happiness, when the option of pursuing your happiness is available. These two ideas continuously conflict with each other and lead to risky choices made by the characters Robert, Oliver and Tyler. This modern drama explores the idea of how these individuals deal with numerous dilemmas choosing to either compromise their happiness, or letting personal desires come first. Bruce Bonafede, displays many ways in which the characters of this text make difficult choices throughout the play, in order to protect those who they care for, make the safer decision which also is beneficial to the individual. The characters accomplish this through sacrifice and compromise.
Hal is trying to regain his position in society by defeating Hotspur. Although Hotspur starts with a better reputation, Hal is more superior in communicating with people because he is sneaky, manipulative and conservative about his plans. On the other hand, Hotspur’s bold and impulsive language depicts a fierce impression which scares his family and friends away. Hotspur and Hal are greedy and determined to reach the throne, but whereas Hotspur makes his boldness and bitterness open to everyone, Hal attempts to appear his appearance as foolish and immature until he gets the chance to be the king. Furthermore, Hotspur is indiscreet about the rebellious act, which causes the king to know about the rebellion.
Willy was a deluded idealist who at a very early age taught his two sons to believe that, “…the man who makes an appearance in the business world, the man who creates personal interest, is the man who... ... middle of paper ... ...of her very persona and individuality. Linda was forced to live a lie, which caused her great pressure, because she knew if Willy were to leave his false dreams, he would commit suicide. Linda was willing to go great lengths in order to prevent Willy from committing suicide, even if it meant emotionally hurting herself along the way. Finally, Willy’s delusions robbed her of her husband and left her to take care of her two sons as a widow. Willy’s fabricated dreams affected both him and his family negatively.
In order to ‘motavate’ the contestants to continue to work out the trainers yell obscene commands, “You’re going to die before your children grow up” or “We’ve picked you out a fat person coffin” (Callahan). These backhanded comments humiliate the contestants about their weight, but Hollywood okays this because it gets an entertaining reaction out of the contestants. In addition to this harassment contestants are forced to disclose personal information and have emotional breakdowns on national television. The Biggest Loser does this in order to ‘help’ the contestants to lose weight, but exposing their private lives and discovering their flaws increases the level of entertainment. According to William Egginton, a professor at John Hopkins University and author of the article “The Best or the Worst of Our Nature: Reality TV and the Desire for Limitless Change”, “we raise false idols only to bring them crashing down, we allow ourselves both to maintain the star culture in all its vapid vacuity and to wreak our revenge on it at the same time, by replacing the stars with those who are, in fact, their truth and mirror image, and then thrilling to their humiliation” (Egginton).
This movie is important in showing Us why forgiving is the best way but not always the easiest. Forgiving means not that you’re still Angry but that you’re willing to let go of what is killing you inside and setting your mind free of What you can’t change. Most people can’t do this since they believe what’s behind them was Greater than what’s in front of them and they do not see the light at the end of the tunnel. Justice is another big reason why someone is not able to move on from what
3. To much worried about the future Sometimes thinks too much hard about the future makes us afraid to move. The future is not to be feared, but to be faced with all the challenges that exist. *Write down some simple plan in your life, and try to make it happen. Success is begin with the small steps, and in the and it can lead you to many ways in your life.