Forrest Gump Essay

2202 Words 9 Pages
In this piece of work I will be writing about the film ‘Forrest Gump’. In this essay I will be writing about Forrest’s life journey as a child to an adult and how his life can be compared to a box of chocolates.
Firstly, the film “ Forrest Gump” is a story about a man called Forrest Gump who has a low IQ as well as suffers from weak legs as his spin has muscle problems.
However even though Forrest Gump has many disadvantages it is safe to say that he has achieved many incredible successes in his life.
Forrest has undertaken a long journey that can been seen as remarkable for a person who has an IQ of a mentally disabled person, Forrest can been seen as a lucky guy as well as an unlucky guy as he has faced sadness far worse than most
…show more content…
In addition, he proves that he is capable of taking care of him self and possibly take care of others by showing them honesty, love, kindness, and bravery.
Forrest Gump is an independent man who has can not been seen as a stereotypical without other but it is clear and safe to say that Forrest Gump is a kind and conscientious man who has the ability to show true love to those he truly loves.
Most people might see this to be a some kind of a joke but even though Forrest Gump Is not very smart like most and he is not able to understand what most things in the world mean but it is clear to say that he knows what love is and what it means.
In addition if he finds the world to be too much, evidence can clearly state that he has a strong mother who has supported him growing up and been able to explain everything he can not understand in a simple way that he might understand even if it meant saying it over and over.

Furthermore, his mother has done things that even Forrest would never understand, for example in order to get Forrest into a good school that all the other children goes to, she was forced to do something un imaginable like sleeping with the school principle and in doing so it shows just how much she cared for her son and wanting him to be treated as an individual just like the rest.
In the film Forrest

More about Forrest Gump Essay

Open Document