Love is not a reward worth seeking for anyone. We receive what we want after doing everything we can. And that's what Chris does - he gets out there, works himself out and makes it - really makes it, giving hope to a lot of others like him. He has invested all his money on portable bone density scanners, which he personally sells to physicians. So when I chanced upon data a couple of years ago saying that certain Americans were living in a manner that facilitated happiness - while others were not - I jumped on it. Now we all know that u can always imagine but can you believe that this really happened to someone. You must find your path, your focus.
The movie, starring Will Smith, Thandie Newton, and Smith's son Jaden Smith, focused on Gardner's nearly one-year struggle with homelessness. However, success and happiness are solely equated with money in this film, and in real life, yes of course, money is important, but it alone doesn't make you happy. This movie is mostly not a good representation of Chris Gardner besides some life facts. Days after seeing it, memories of certain scenes continue to challenge me in my own occasional moments of laziness or self-absorption. These are important, so let's look at a few.
Kristin Little Author: Tareq Naseer Alsamarh Social stereotypes and happiness The story of the movie The Pursuit of Happyness directed by Gabriele Muccino portrays a family who struggles with finding enough money to pay taxes and afford living expenses. Okay, now, one good way to state the moral premise might be this: Quitting responsibilities leads to despair; but Pursuit of responsibilities leads to happiness. Whatever you're going to do is going to be tough. Certain details and events that actually took place over. Samoyed on December 14, 2006 at 11:27 pm.
The movie takes place in 1981, in San Francisco. When Gardner walks on the street and looks at people, he thinks that all of them are happy. In my opinion it was quite good. His wife places all the blame on his shoulders, although he tries his best to keep his family afloat. This leaves Chris on his knees, with his wife leaving him and moving to New York, with very little money, and being kicked out of his apartment.
Indeed, it is one of the few movies of this decade that has the potential to remain relevant to viewers in decades to come. He believed that success depended only on his efforts, not fate or luck. Many fathers in America today don't know how to spell happiness. The movie takes a place in San Francisco during the 80s. Dad holds the door shut with his foot, and tears stream down his face as he watches his innocent son sleep on his lap. He's produced hundreds of films, television programs and live shows, and has helped novelists, Hollywood screenwriters and filmmakers structure their stories to connect with audiences.
In the movie, he is a hard-working, caring and loving father, who struggles financially to provide for his wife and son. Chris Gardner, who invests his savings to portable bone density scanners. He has wealth, status, and education, and he has followed the commandments. In short Chris Gardner, as a father, is determined to spell happiness correctly with the example of his life, no matter what difficulties he has to sustain. After sucking up his pride, Chris shows up to the interview in sweatpants and a wife beater.
Chris teaches his son word meanings, such as the difference between probably and possibly, and the fact that happiness is misspelled on his day care's sign. Meanwhile, homeless, he has all sorts of difficulties with his son. Our Scripture today from Matthew 19 is the story of the rich young ruler who comes to Jesus thinking he has life all figured out. Both have different causes for being homeless, but share similar effects. He was probably giving his son this advice due to the many failures he had experienced, not just from his failures at the sport but from his failures in life in general.
I feel like a new man now that the burden of prejudice has been lifted. Instead, he is content to work at a fast-food joint. Thus, we really can take from the film the true story of the inspirational homeless man turned millionaire. Almost at the beginning of the movie, his wife leaves him and his son, so he needs to deal with working and caring for his son. Unable to sell many of the bone density scanners he invested his life savings into, he finds himself struggling to pay rent.
One call at a time. So they picked a Puerto Rican!!!!! Then another boat came and he tried to help him, but he said 'God will save me', then he drowned and went to Heaven. Not even me, all right? Despite the financial risk, Chris decides to go for it, frantically juggling his schedule to get Christopher to and from day care each day. He felt devastated and could not see how things could be better. Yet, Twistle rejects Gardner, because Gardner is not college educated. Outside he begins to cry as the busy people of San Francisco walk past him.
You cant write this stuff… on December 14, 2006 at 2:20 pm I agree with the other posters. We all have valid excuses not to try and reach for the things we want in life, it might seem like the odds are stacked too much against us, but we have to learn to ignore the excuses and try anyway. We all have to climb mountains, you know. Rather than following the second myth, The Pursuit of Happyness reverses it. The man in the suit is none other than the real Chris Gardner.