Pursuit Of Happiness Movie Analysis

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The Pursuit of Happyness The pursuit of happiness is a film where Will Smith shines is a tale of rags-to-riches filled with love, family, and pursuance the American dream. Will takes the role of Christopher Gardner who was a salesman struggling to satisfy the needs of his wife Thandie Newton and their son Jaden Christopher Syre Smith. With the persistent financial problems, his wife gives up the struggle abandoning him and their son. Things get worse as Gardner and his son are evicted from their residence leaving them with no option but try surviving on the streets of San Francisco. They are compelled to move from one place to another in the bid to get a shelter wherever they are lucky to get one. On one night, they spend their night in a subway…show more content…
The film’s real intentions are to display the challenges of homelessness as well. The film is based on a true story is probably the main reason as to why it is so powerful and moving. The challenges Gardner have to cope with are the same problems facing various people in our current societies. Anyone who has familiarized with Gardner’s story which was featured on ABC in 2003, wouldn’t be mesmerized by the way the movies comes to an end. However, I still grew curious and sought to know more about the end of the movie which surprisingly was the source of the film’s title, “The Pursuit of Happyness.” In truism, we do not see so much happiness in Gardner’s struggles regardless of what became of him. It is through this understanding that the movie lives the audience with warm fuzziest. Instead of people’s expectations, the fictional play relays what is right. It is quite likely that a person will find this film hard to forget…show more content…
The film rotates more on the efforts by Chris to ensure they, together with his son, do not go hungry and are housed. He applies for an internship program in one robust brokerage company. With a clear outline of his dreams and ferociously determined, Chris finally gets into his dream world of luxury. He appears going along to get along, and in one scene, he quickly fetches his wallet when one of his superiors asks for money to hire a
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