Gandhi

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The movie that I will be critiquing would be Gandhi directed by Richard Attenborough and released in 1982. This movie was about a Indian attorney travelling first class and gets denied, he then realized that the laws were biased and racist against Indian people. After that racial encountering he then decides that it was time for a change to happen and Mahatma Gandhi was the man to do so. After some time and change, the government finally gave Indians the type of recognition that they deserve and this was because or Sir Gandhi himself. Once that legal problem was out of the way then there was one more problem to solve, the fact that the Indians and their life style was under the tight control of British. Again... View More »

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She would also inspire people, help them and guide them through the times of hardship that they all had to endure through together. Kasturbai was a calm and collected type of person. She was open minded but had her head on straight from the beginning to the end of the events that will soon change her and her husbands lives forever. She was kind to people and though of only what was best for them. Kasturbai thought of what could be beneficial to the others and better for them. She showed a great impact to the story by being there by Gandhi's side throughout all that has happened. When Gandhi was weak, Kasturbai was there to make him strong, when Gandhi was strong, Kasturbai was there to make him stronger and when Gandhi needed someone most she was there to be the one that he turn to. Kasturbai was Gandhi's other half, his better half and was the one who would help him take his steps to making the change in the world a reality
A theme in this movie that shows importance would be to have faith. Faith is the experience of the divine or holy presence, sometimes involving intellectual belief and sometimes emphasizing personal trust. Faith can take you far in places, whether it be having faith in someone and trusting them or have faith in something and knowing that you are putting your trust into good use. When you have faith in someone it means you have trust in them and it means that you ; yourself will also be by there side._ Help them, guide them and show them the way that they could be taking for better paths in their lives.
In this movie faith is portrayed in many ways. ...

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