Wednesday, October 1, 2008

A Civil Action

A Civil Action teaches people that one way to find yourself is to realize that there are bigger problems in the world than just yours. In A Civil Action John Travolta's character only cares about money first. He acts like he cares to the public, but will only take on cases that he will get a big paycheck on. I believe that his turning point is when he is sitting in is car on the freeway where the man described how his son died in the car on the way to the clinic. He was visioning what he thought it looked liked and how he would feel if it were him. This makes him realize that there are things in life that matter more than money. After that point he doesn't care how much money it costs him, he wants the families to get what they deserve. In conclusion, to find yourself you have to remember that your problems are not as bad as some other people's.

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