Literature Review: FILM Review (Hlelphia '

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FILM REVIEW PHILADELPHIA Subject – Law & Language Submitted to – Mr Manav Kapur Mr Sidharth Chauhan Professors, Law & Language Submitted by – Shubham Sancheti First Year, Semester - I Roll No. 2014-57 NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 PLOT 4 About protagonist 4 Transformation of behaviour 4 ANALYSIS 5 Concealment of disease-only way to survive 5 Discrimination leads to sympathy 6 Impeccable arguments in the court 6 Oscar winning performance 6 Symbolism 6 PHILADELPHIA AND ITS IMPACT ON PEOPLE 8 My viewpoint 8 Discrimination in even same disease 8 CONCLUSION 9 Resemblance to present day situation 9 Male chauvinism 9 Natural rights 9 Tone of arguments 10 Language in the courts 10 INTRODUCTION “The noble lover of beauty engages in love wherever he sees excellence and splendid natural endowment without regard for any difference in physiological detail.” Aforesaid lines say Love doesn’t see the physical characteristics but it sees the natural penchant, care etc. Everyone says Love is a wonderful feeling, but is it compulsory that love should be heterosexual, certainly not. Then why are the homosexuals lambasted at each and every stage of their lives? Don’t they have any freedom to choose whomsoever they want as their partner? In fact, the Constitution also says the laws are equal for all men, but it doesn’t say Law is equal for all straight men. ‘Philadelphia’ is a film which clearly shows the discrimination faced by a homosexual in

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