The Awakening Movie Analysis

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The human spirit is more powerful than any drug and that is what needs to be nourished: with work, play, friendship, family. These are the things that matter”
The inspiring quote above is uttered and was given justice by the character of Mr. Robert Williams (Dr. Malcolm Sayer) in his film entitled “The Awakening”. On my own opinion, and based on what I have seen in the movie, I could therefore say that this movie is that type perfect for a student enrolled in a health-allied course like I do and that the movie is a visualization of our future profession especially on how to treat and cure patient diagnosed with a certain disease through the use of our acquired knowledge. The movie is suitable not only for students enrolled in the said profession but is also suitable to anybody who has this passion to nurture life and to make a person’s existence a meaningful one.
The story is revolving around the catatonic patient treated by Dr. Malcolm Sayer. As many medical researchers has stated that this
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We have experienced the feeling of being at our worst but yet here we are still standing and believing that things will go on our way, the way it is destined to happen. We love to be with the company of many groups that are of our age and those that share common interest with us. We find it interesting to talk about love topics especially those that marked our personality and our being. We are sensitive in the way that we do not want anybody most especially ourselves to be left behind. We want involvement and belonging especially with our peers. There is something in us that we do not want to feel that we are alone because every time it happens it seems like there is no one that would care about us and that everyone has turned their back on us. That would have been the worst feeling a person could ever

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