Achievements Of Disabled People By Robert Zemeckis Essay

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Achievements of Disabled People
Forrest Gump is a biographical film which was made in 1994. It was directed by Robert Zemeckis. Tom Hanks plays the role of Forrest Gump who is a simple man with a low I.Q. but good intentions. He born in Greenbow, Alabama. In the movie Zemeckis shows that Forrest has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother. Sally Field plays the role of Forrest 's mother who raises him after his father abandons them. Zemeckis show that she is a woman who loves her son unconditionally. Also, he explain how Mrs. Gump always instilled in his son a winning attitude, saying "do not forget that you are equal to others”. Forrest is definitely a momma 's boy, and one of the ways we see this is in his favorite phrase, "My momma always said ..." Zemeckis appears how his mother always supports and encourages Forrest to do the better in his life. She dedicates herself to giving him a normal life and convincing him that he is as good as everyone else. They live in a place in Greenbow, Alabama. The major theme that I will explain people with disability can achieve their goals and be successful in many ways.
Despite of his disability, Forrest able to finish his college. He may not be a smart boy, but his mother is not going to let that get in the way of his education. She tries every way to let Forrest enter into public school and after a “struggle” Forrest gets to attend regular school that eventually leads to a university…

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