Seabiscuit Movie Analysis Of The Movie

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Seabiscuit is a movie about struggles, grief and second chances. The movie begins with a teenager that is great with horses. His wealthy parents give him up for someone else when the great depression struck. Leaving him angry at the world and become a drunk and a fighter. On another part of the story, a man starts a business on repairing bikes when he left from a company that assembles bikes. One day, a man arrives with a broken car, he asks if the man, Howard, could fix his car. Howard begins to take apart the car and reassemble it, making it better. It was then that he got the idea of assembling and selling cars. When he had a family and a son, he teaches him how to drive. The son drove off, got hit by a car and died. This left a scar on him. Howard takes a risk and buys a horse that is seen as a failure. When he looks around, he sees a boy that is disturbed as much as the horse and hires him as a jockey. That was when seabiscuit started winning. When Howard became confident, he wanted a one on one race with the Admiral, a race horse of a millionaire from the East.Seabiscuit wins…show more content…
The people who were brought down by the stock market crash, loss of jobs and separation of families found something that they can connect to. The story of Seabiscuit, a horse that was against the odds and who has been through alot. Not only the horse, they also connected to the jockey, who experienced financial and family hardships during the great depression. When seabiscuit won, they felt like a part of them was winning too. Life can have its own struggles but everyone should keep going. Following his or her dreams and working toward it. Everyone should take a chance at every given opportunity and sometimes themselves or others a second chance. After all, as Tom Smith said to Howard, speaking about a hurt horse, “..don 't throw a whole life away just 'cause he 's banged up a

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