Bambino's Sense Of Individuality In The Film La Luna

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Albert Einstein once said, “I believe the most important mission of the state is to protect the individual and make it possible for him to develop into a creative personality.” This quote is truly applicable to the short film “La Luna”. Throughout “La Luna,” a young boy named Bambino experiences many difficulties and arguments with his father, Papȧ, and his grandfather, Nonno. Bambino is coaxed into following alongside his father and grandfather’s footsteps-- sweeping away the stars. However, towards the end of the film, Bambino becomes confident with himself by taking risks and developing as his own person. Although others’ influences may inspire creativity for the better, Enrico Casarosa’s short film, “La Luna,” indicates that creativity comes from a person’s individuality. The film shows various examples as to how Bambino’s creativity originates from his sense of individuality. For example, when the enormous star landed upon the moon, Papȧ and Nonno attempted to dig it out from the bottom. In any case, Bambino would typically follow them without hesitation. Instead, he thinks divergently and looks upon the situation from a bigger point of view. Bambino…show more content…
His surroundings wound up having considerable negative effects instead of allowing him to be like himself. However, Bambino perseveres through, ignoring the negative aspects around him, and finds himself. This also applies to real-world situations, as plenty of people have surroundings that are far from pleasant and are not in any place to allow creativity to flourish. But anybody can be like Bambino and find it in yourself to become who you are, regardless of what those around you say or convince you to do. Another ingenious quote of Einstein caps this off by saying, “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is
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