Techniques of the Movie Freedom Writers Essay

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‘Richard La Gravense’s’ movie ‘Freedom Writer’ is based on a true story of a teacher and one hundred and fifty students of Woodro Wilson High School. This story is taken by the Eva’s diary, a true story of a girl, who suffers a lot in her life because of the racial riot. In the movie all the students are affected by the gang violence and racial tension in their life. This movie shows the effort of the teacher, who reconciles all the student in-spite of big racial wall. To erase the gap between the students she ruins her private life and makes them reconcile. Erin the main protagonist, a new excited school teacher comes at ‘Woodro Wilson High school’ in long beach to teach the students. It is 1994 in long beach California, …show more content…
They fight break out, and eventually most of the students stop turning up to class. Not only does erin meet opposition from her students, but she also has a hard time with her department head. The department who refuses to let her students with book in case they get damage and lost, and instead tells her to focus on teaching them discipline and obedience at school. All the students like combodians, maxicons, latinos, blacks, and one white guy are not ready to listen her in the beginning. They thought that she came here to rule over them and teach them some nonsense thinks. They are not interested here earnest attempt to discuss about Homer, the Greek poet. They hate her. The kids are radically separated along self impose ethnic lines. They fight, quarrel to each other in the classroom in front of their teacher because of their race. They think that all whites are same, cruel and disgusting. Therefore they do not interested and care the teacher advice and words. One day when one student draws a racial picture of another one erin angrily tell them about holocaust and horror of racism and decides them to reconcile. She tells them the historical prism of national socialist Germany and it is bigotry and genocide against the Jews.’ Adolf Hitlar’ ‘Gang’ puts young gang to shame. The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Because of

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