Cinderella Man Analysis

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The movie, “Cinderella Man” is a film based around a family during the Great Depression. James Braddock who is the main character is a wrestler who has faced many struggles through career. Before the Great Depression, the Braddock family had money and was living a good life. Then, money started declining when James Braddock lost his job as a fighter and when the Great Depression hit, the family had to do all they could to save money and food. James Braddock did not give up, he faced his problems and overcame them. I feel I relate most to James Braddock because I am the type of person who does not give up. When I have a vision, I will not give up until I achieve it. One struggle that James Braddock overcame was when he broke his hand. James…show more content…
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