Essay on Beyond Borders

1092 Words Sep 15th, 2015 5 Pages
Beyond Borders Directed by: Martin Campbell Written by: Caspian Tredwell-Owen I. Set the Stage

It was all started in London (1984), people are having a dinner party in a charity event. From London, next is in Ethiopia, it is a place/country wherein people are dying because they are lack of food and medicine. Here in Ethiopia, the two main characters met again, they did missions for the Ethiopians. After Ethiopia, it backs to London (1989, Sarah came back here because of her work commitments and family. Due to her torrid divorce with her husband, she decided to go in Phnompenh, Cambodia, for the third time, she and Nick met again. They were also helping the people her due to poverty. And in Chechnya, it is winter time
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| He sacrifices his life to save the baby who was holding the grenade. | Jojo | Minor | -A malnourished Ethiopian child-he was brought by Nick in the charity event. | -he represents the situation of the Ethiopian people who are dying because of hunger and lack of medicines. |

III. Synopsis

It is a story between the two charitable people, an American socialite (Sarah Jordan) and a ruge doctor (Nick Callahan). They meet at a charity event in London. Sarah is still excited from her recent marriage, but she become emotional with Nick’s speech in front of them regarding to the starving Ethiopian child. After that, Sarah decided to help the cause in Africa, she met again Nick there. But it never had been so long because Sarah goes back in London due to the work commitments and family. Years later, Sarah finds herself alone after her torrid divorce with her husband. Again, when she had the chance, she decided to go in the missions of Nick and travel again. In that time, she worked again with Nick. But Nick’s commitment to his work once again causes them to separate. Five years pass, when Sarah receives a call that Nick has been captured and made a prisoner of war in Chechnya. She realizes she has one more chance to rescue her man.

IV. Reaction, Criticism, Suggestion (on the story, the language, the actors, etc.)

This story is good and very

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