The movie began to get more interesting when Cecil received a call from the white house that was a position that he never replied for. He was scouted out at a bar where he was working at by a white man who hired the help in the white house. This man would later show prejudice and discrimination when it came to the blacks that worked there. After having a interview with Freddy Fallows...
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...thers and gets his Masters in law. Cecil begins to realize that he hated his son for nothing all this time and he needed to find a way to get back in his sons life. So, he decides to retire from working at the White House, he went to a rally that Louis was having and supported him 100%. They both later got arrested but it was worth it for the both of them. In 2008, Cecil, Gloria, and Louis were all able to witness the first black president to be elected in office. Obama changed things for all black people when that happened, gave everyone a sense of hope and encouragement that everything is possible. At the end of the movie Gloria passes from old age leaving Cecil a widow but that did not give him a reason to give up it. He continued to push on with life and later met President Obama. I would definitely suggest this movie to others to watch it’s a walk into history.
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