The Terminal Movie Analysis Movie

713 Words3 Pages
Movie Analysis The Terminal Directed by Steven Spilberg Cast * Tom Hanks as Victor Navorski, a Krakozhian immigrant living in JFK airport terminal. *Catherine Zeta-Jones as Amelia Warren, flight attendant. * Stanley Tucci as Frank Dixon, Director of Customs and Border Protection at JFK. *Chi Mcbride as Joe Mulroy, cargo handler and a friend of Viktor. *Diego Luna as Enrique Cruz, food service and a friend of Viktor. *Kumar Pallana as Gupta Rajan, janitor and friend of Viktor hiding in America to avoid an arrest back in India. *Zoe Saldana as Dolores Torres, an immigration officer, romanced by Enrique through Viktor. Release Date June 18, 2004 This film is…show more content…
He has limited resources and a limited understanding of the English. Dixon is doing everything he can to prevent Viktor from ever entering the country. Meanwhile Victor is learning more and more English and he starts getting to know the staff at the airport. Time goes, Victor is making new friends. He meets a guy, named Enrique Cruz. Enrique is working at the terminal’s food service and he has secret crush on Dolores Torres, an immigrant officer. Enrique want to reach her heart, and he asks Victor for a help. Cruz promises that Navorski will never starve again. Victor is helping employees and travellers. Among them a flight attendant named Amelia Warren whom he sees time by time and becomes attracted to. One day, Dixon pulls Amelia aside and asks her if she she really knows Viktor or what is in his can. Viktor explains to Amelia that the peanut can contains a copy of the "Great Day in Harlem” photograph. His father was a jazz enthusiast who had discovered the famous portrait in a newspaper in 1958, and started to collect the autographs of all 57 of the jazz musicians featured on it. Everybody sent their autographs to his father, but not one, Benny Golson. His father died before he could get the last one. Viktor has come to New York to do so. After hearing the story, Amelia kisses
Open Document