Role And Conflict Paper

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Role and Conflict Paper Tina Norwood BSHS 385 MAY 04, 2015 Sharnisha Wheeler Role and Conflict Paper The movie I chose was Legally Blonde. Just like anyone else Elle Woods wanted to be accepted or like by someone. Rather if that’s by their parent(s), friend, or boyfriend/girlfriend. Elle was a normal young lady, who is petite, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Not only did she have the looks, but she was also rich. But she portrayed as a dumb blonde. So once her boyfriend broke up with her, Elle went and join Harvard Law School, in order to get Warner back. Once into Law School, you can’t miss all the disputes, self-disclosure, and power amongst each characters. In my paper, I will share my opinion on what the movie is showing…show more content…
When the first power point hit in the movie, it was when Warner feels he’s better than Elle, because he goes to Harvard and that’s somewhere that Elle may not get accepted because she wasn’t as start as him. Power point (2) was when Warner and Vivian became in engage, she felt she was on top of the winner circle for being engage to Warner. Another great part of the movie I find very powerful, was when Elle became the attorney for Brooke Windham, which was on trial for the murder of her husband. In the beginning Elle feels very afraid, but she gain her confidence and won the case. With this big win not only did Elle gain confidence, she also receive power, which was the two main things she was lacking when she first enter into law school. Main conflicts took place within the entire movie. Many were big and some were small. The first of many conflict was when Elle and Vivian first met. Next was when Elle’s teacher tried to make moves on her. But the one I feel was the biggest of all conflicts was the on Elle was battling within herself. In her eyes she wanted to provide to everyone that she could make it into Harvard Law School, but in order to do this she had to stop doubting herself first. Therefore, when Elle met this guy name Emmett, he help Elle to gain some self-esteem for herself. With his help, this help Elle want to do better and win the case she was handling as the attorney for Brooke which was charged with murder. With her new found self-esteem, this made
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