Lilo & Stitch

Decent Essays

Maria Jimenez
Sociology 101
Prof. Payne
Period 6

In one of Disney’s magnificent motion Pixar, “Lilo and Stitch”, the image of one of the many protagonists brings light to the issue on the mass media portrayal of women. Nani Pelekai, Lillo’s’ sister and legal guardian, carries the burden of supporting herself and her younger sister. Due to her lack of employment, as well as her core focus of taking care of Lilo, her funds are limited. Therefore, she and Lillo face the feminization of poverty, which is the subordination of woman because of limited income and the child rearing of her sister. Based on her accent, skin tone and geographical location, it would seem that her …show more content…

They laugh at her and always quarreling. They find fault to her with her family and her pet Stitch. She is left out of the group and she also felt sad. She doesn’t have real friend who she spends a lot of time together.

In my real life, my friends and I have shared a happy life for a long time. I have many good friends and I like them very much. They give me a courage and vigor. If I don’t have a friend I can’t enjoy my school life. I always have a lunch with them and we enjoy girl’s talking. When I have a problem I ask their advice. They think about it seriously with me and cheer me up. Friends are one of the most important things in my life.

The movie tells me about importance of family and friends. Lilo and Stitch are very charm character. I never can tell what is in store for me and I will meet various people. I will have a good relationship with them. I never forget to thank them in my whole life. I think that Lilo and Stitch is interesting and moving movie. I had never seen it and I didn’t know about Lilo’s life. I was not interested in the movie. I watched the movie once and I knew that the movie has a peculiar charm. This is a movie with a family love and friendships.

Everywhere around the world, in every different culture, people are grouped into families. The word family can be defined as a group of people bound together over time, because of mutual consent, birth and or adoptions/ placement or simply people who consume responsibilities for one other.

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