Film Synopsis Of Forrest Gump

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Forrest Gump Year of release: 1994

Genre: Comedy drama

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Main actors: Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks), Jenny Curran (Robin Wright), Lieutenant Dan (Gary Sinise), Bubba (Mykelti Williamson) , Forrest Gump Junior (Haley Joel Osment) and Fru Gump (Sally Field).

Summary The movie is about a man who is called Forrest Gump. He lives in Alabama with his mother in a big house. His best friend is called Jenny and she is his neighbour. The movie starts with Forrest Gump as a grown man which sits on a bench, and he tells his life story from the beginning to the end to them sitting next to him. Forrest Gump joined the army in Vietnam. There he met Bubba. He and Bubba had a dream to start a shrimp company, bubba died in the Vietnam war. But Forrest did not give up and started a shrimp company with Lieutenant Dan and got rich. In this movie he meets famous persons as Elvis Presley, John
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They are same age. Her father is not kindly against her and her sisters. She has long blond hair and blue eyes. She is a very kind girl, but she hurts Forrest sometimes. In the movie she die very early, but she manage to get a child and married Forrest Gump.

Fru Gump (mama): Fru Gump is Forrest mom. She tells Forrest that "life is just like a box of chocolate, you never know what you gonna get" and that he most find his own destiny. She protects Forrest and get mad on people who says that Forrest is a dumb kid. Fru Gump was 40 years old when she got Forrest. She died of cancer when she was about 60 years old.

Bubba: Bubba meant a lot to Forrest. He was the only one who would sit with Forrest Gump on that bus. They become friends and was in the army together. Unfortunately Bubba died under an attack.

Lieutenant Dan: He wanted to die in a combat. It was a tradition he came from. Forrest saved Lieutenant Dan's life. They was lying on the hospital together and he had to sit in a wheelchair because he lost his legs.

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