T. C. Williams 'Remember The Titans'

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Courage exists even in the midst of fear, but one cannot allow it to circumvent him or her from doing what is impartial and unbiased. Consequently, the warm and heart-stopping motion picture “Remember the Titans” depicts so eloquently the sacrifices one has to make to rear up firmly in support of their most cherished, morally sound views, and for some it initiates him or her to examine whether their principles are worth preserving. Thus, this delightful tale of tremendous victory against unprecedented probabilities is an excellent reminder that valor is a virtue that overpowers paralyzing fear. T.C. Williams, a recently integrated secondary school, successfully merged two high school football teams into one team, which became a persevering…show more content…
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