“Each time, Salva would think of his family and his village, and he was somehow able to keep his wounded feet moving forward, one painful step at a time” (Linda Sue Park p.41) A personal journey is what a character goes through to change or improve themselves. The character Salva from A Long Walk to Water was a young boy that lived in the dinka tribe in Sudan. When he was at school he had heard gunshots and had to leave the country without any knowledge of where his family is. A personal journey is an adventure that teaches a character valuable lesson. In the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park we follow Salva’s journey after he has to flee the country after war breaks out.
Jiya has to endure through the loss of his whole family. When Salva makes his long trip to escape the war he deals with the deaths of Uncle Jewiir and Mariel. he also has to go through almost dying by Ethiopian gunmen. "'Do you see that group of bushes?' Uncle said, pointing.
They passed through Molching as they were going to a camp nearby, camp Dachau. There was this old Jew man who stumbled for several times while walking. Soldiers won’t let him rest. Maybe he’s hungry, tired or thirsty. He looked like anytime he will die.
A low angle shot is seen from the dogs view on the floor to show that the people seemed very big to him and he was frightened so he ran off. Later on, Sparkie saves Victor’s life in a fire but Sparkie dies. The neighbors who hated Sparkie then help Victor bring him back to life with the power of the batteries from their cars. At the very end the camera
Indian Ground It all started with the Womack Family. Many years ago in deep east Texas there was a ranch that the family had purchased. There was more than enough land and the house was unimaginably beautiful. The father who was named Timothy wanted to raise cattle. The mother who was named was tammy wanted to raise a watermelon garden.
A white cop was cursing at him, calling him names, and being all-around rude. All Cube did was walk out of the house. Because of his skin color and location, the cops automatically thought that he was a drug dealer. Another scene where police brutality happened was while they were in the studio working. The five men walked outside, and the police instantly told them to get on the ground.
The morning after Kiowa’s death, the platoon bathed in the mud of the excrement field in order to search and find Kiowa’s body. Cross fuels with guilt and blame for Kiowa’s death and begins to contemplate on a letter to Kiowa’s father for Kiowa’s death. He blames himself for making the wrong decision, finalizing that he should have evacuated his men from the field. He feels that his neglect caused Kiowa’s death.The men find Kiowa’s body constarined between layers of musk, Unable to move it. After ten minutes and more pulling, Kiowa’s body is released from the fecal.
Woodward (Glynn Turman). He is barely alive and he points a gun at all of them to warn them keep this incident secret or they and their parents will die. While waiting for the film to be developed, there’s quite a lot of interesting events going on in town. During the investigation, Jack approaches Nelec due to his overhearing on the military communications on the disturbance of radio wave, but that got Jack arrested. After that, Nelec uses flamethrowers to evacuate all the people who are staying in town.
Such was the conventional method by which belligerent gentlemen feuded in Cairns, via pseudonymous letters in local newspapers. Resolved to first alleviate the nuisance and afterwards contemplate the identity of his antagonist, he hurried to Sandy Gallop and uncovered the source of the emanation. Evidently, some scoundrel poisoned a goat and abandoned the carcase to rot, thereby causing alarm to the equine denizens of town and besmirching the inspector's character. He hauled the dead billy further into the swamp. On Tuesday, 5th September, he returned, resolved to unearth clues to the goat exterminator's identity, but instead of a killer, he located another body.