Antwone Fisher

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The movie we are going to do our report is on Atwone fisher. This movie is a true story about a guy named Atwone fisher. In this report what I am going to write about is 5 different categories about the movie, which are: Courage, Forgiveness, Relationship, Redemption, and abuse. The First one that I am going to start one is Courage. In this movie Antwone Fisher is a boy that has lots of courage. The reason is because this boy had allot to face as a child. Some are that he never knew his family, he got raped by an older woman. Also he got abused by his guardian allot. This takes allot of courage for a child because at the end he came Continue...

He did not take any negative things with him that happened to him. The Reason is because before the psychiatrist met Antwone he was a very lousy psychiatrist, but Antwone taught him how by telling him that he needed more help. And he was always scared to go back because if the ways that he was treated at home. Another relationship that he has is with his psychiatrist. Antwone Fisher redeemed himself fro her guardian and the girl. In this movie he also suffered from very abusive people. The relationship that took part in this movie was with his friend. Every time he was in trouble, or had been in trouble, he would run to his friend. This is a very thought thing because in this movie he was very abused and was hard to live knowing that he does not know her mom. He was a very close friend to him because he taught him the way, and because Antwone showed him how to be a better psychiatrist. He had to live without a mom, and live with a person that was very abusive. And in this part he forgives those that did wrong to him.


Black Masculinity in Antwone Fisher & Malcolm X
Black Masculinity in Antwone Fisher & Malcolm X. Black 1-4. Washington, D. (Director). Antwone Fisher, (Film). USA, 2002: 120 mins. Werner (828 3 )

Black Masculinity in Two Films
Black Masculinity Introduction In two films, Antwone Fisher and Malcolm X, we see two different portrayals of black masculinity that evoke the progress in race (828 3 )

Historical Cultural Analysis
yet again. Antwone Fisher showed that racism and prejudice, if expressed at all in contemporary society, may be covert. To the degree (2908 12 )

Life Experiences
In both Antwone Fisher and Girlfight, we see that Antwone and Diane are exposed to a number of risk factors that act as barriers to their development of (1360 5 )

Social & Psychological Viewoint in Popular Films
demonstrate this broadening of social and psychological perspectives of women and minority groups in American society: Antwone Fisher, Girlfight, Bend It Like (3156 13 )

Historical Cultural Analysis
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