Life Is Bueatiful Film analysis

Essay by blingbling22High School, 10th gradeA+, May 2004

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"Life is Bueatiful" is a movie with many different themes. lFirst off, the movie is about human spirit." This signifies that the spirit of us will live on forever, and we must take our spirit to have hope for the future. Hopefully we, people, can take this movie and learn from it a necessary fact; That things will be better for our children (in the future) than they are right now. I can certainly relate to all of these quotes.

Young Joshua had spirit only because his father, Guido, was able to keep his hopes up. If Guido had not told Joshua all the things he did (the Holocaust was really a game, they are all players, and they needed to get one thousand points), then a strong case could be made that Joshua wouldn't have survived long enough to ever see his mother again. I believe it is important to have spirit in times of trouble, no matter how impossible it seems you will survive.

As the movie states, "God is only a servant to man, not a slave." This is important to keep in mind; that He is blessing you everyday with his spirit, although it may be hard to see. There is always hope for the future.

Guido kept hoping that somehow his family would survive the concentration camps. Of course Guido was shot, but he kept the Joshua's hopes up by making a game out of their experience. Also, Guido keeps showing that he loves his wife by getting on the loud speakers and playing music through the window. This shows he has faith that in whatever way their family will remain intact. This for me is hard to feel; I know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, but sometimes it...