Jeries BabishFreedom Writers Influential Moments
“Racial discrimination is similar to a deprived child who grew up wanting someone to offend.”- E. Shohat. Set in California, Freedom Writers locates this bad stereotype of people in the interior of the racial community fit in to a nasty corruption occupied atmosphere. The characters in the movie have its place in a separated society, where every origin is separated into clans. The undergraduates are characterized as a main argument to the movie, and the way they survive to break free from the messy place around them and accepting their colleagues for whom they are quite than their tribal surroundings. The movie has been created in a way that it encourages a philosophy of how the place where the schoolboys live is symbolized as an ethnically suitable culture.
Freedom Writers concentrate on a real story happened in 1994 were a first time teacher played by (Hilary Swank) faces a group of students who have been considered by the government as “un-teachable, at-risk” teenagers. The movie represents street kids who have all observed fights out violation in the company of them as well as assassinations of their own friends and family. Hilary Swank is represented as decided to change the life of these students. As a result, she buys books meant for them, she realizes that the students have no information about the Holocaust and then inquires them to study ‘The diary of Anne Frank. This leads them to keep a diary. Their life will be transcribed on and felt as if they had achieved a goal in their thoughts affecting them to start modifying their lives all over the place.
This chronicle moment changes the common stereotypes which are given to these characters as the students are prepared to leave the gang crime and swap it for books. This portrays how understanding is a thing that acts like an instrument in the film, where all these harmful narrow minded students required was like miss G to give care and not bring…