The Pursuit Of Happyness Movie

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The film “The Pursuit Of Happyness”, directed by Gabriele Muccino in 2006, depicted a responsible and hardworking salesman Chris Gardner struggles for life and try his best to improve the quality of his family environment. In spite of facing various difficulties, Gardner never gives up and he manages to pull through in sense of determination and finally obtained his “ happiness” in his life. After watching the movie, I agree on the point that one must ready to sacrifice and works really hard in order to achieve his/her dream as there is no shortcut to success. In the following paragraphs, I will describe some interesting and meaningful scenes in the movie and explain how these scenes could actually bring some moral values or inspiration in…show more content…
Gardner tries so hard to look for homeless shelter for his son and he even quarrels with others to fight for the last room. Despite facing these hardships, Gardner still stays optimistic, plays jokes with his son and brings him to the playground, trying to make him happy. In real life, I like to stay optimistic even if facing problems as I know that there is nothing cannot be solved. On the other hand, a pessimistic person will only make things become more complicated due to their negative thinking and eventually bringing more problems.

After six-month of training, Gardner is selected from 20 competitors to work as a stockbroker in Dean Witter due to his excellent performance during the intern. In one scene, Gardner is called up to the meeting room, and he is informed by the director manager Mr. Frohms as he is officially getting a position of a stockbroker in Dean Witter. Gardner is so happy as all the hard work he had done is finally paid off. In this part, he called his life as “Happiness”.

In conclusion, “The Pursuit Of Happyness” is not only a movie but it is a real situation in our life that in pursuing our dreams we must have gone through difficulties and sacrifice is needed for the dream to come true. We must always keep in mind that there is no shortcut to success and even it does, it is just temporary. Like a quote says, “No pain, no
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