Analysis Of ' A Beautiful Mind '

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I chose the film “A Beautiful Mind” produced in 2001.
The main character is John Forbes Nash, Jr. portrayed by Russell Crowe.
The heart, not the mind is where the true meaning of life is found. A mathematical genius who is fixated on finding an original idea to ensure his legacy embarks on a mission with the belief that mathematics will lead him to a higher truth. “I cannot waste time with these classes and these books, memorizing the weak assumptions of lesser mortals. I need to look through to the governing dynamics. Find a truly original idea. That 's the only way I 'll ever distinguish myself. It 's the only way that I 'll ever [matter].”
An inspiring journey to self-awareness and a first-hand look inside the mind of a man that struggles with love, solitude, desperation, determination and delusions. In “A Beautiful Mind” is where you will see how real, and how completely supportable the delusions of a schizophrenic appear to the person afflicted. Genius and schizophrenia can both exist in the same personality. He had been looking for the meaning of life in the logic of the mind and reason, but found it rather in the “logic” of the heart and the love of another human being.
Very rarely will a film allow us to observe mental illness such as schizophrenia from inside the mind of the afflicted. "A Beautiful Mind" does this very well by appealing to our moral sense. Throughout the first half of the film, we are introduced to characters and situations that we are led to

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