Unbroken: Movie Analysis

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“A moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory.” Louis Zamperini dealt with bullies at a young age when his family moved from France to America. He began to get in trouble with the authorities, often running from them, but when his brother noticed he could run, his life changed. Zamperini joined the school track team and excelled, eventually moving on to the Olympics. However, in a twist of events, Zamperini joins the army and finds himself stranded at sea, then stuck in a Japanese Prisoner of War Camp. Will he remain unbroken, or will he fall? Unbroken directed by Angelina Jolie and produced by Legendary Pictures Jolie Pas 3 Arts Entertainment was distributed by Universal Pictures and starred Jack O’Connell as Louis Zamperini, Garrett Hedlund as John Fitzgerald, and Luke Treadaway as Miller. Unbroken was made in 2014 and has a 7/10 rating. The movie is about Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner that joins the army during World War 2. His plane crashes in the sea and he and a couple friends are left stranded, where they are finally found by the Japanese and sent to a Prisoner of War Camp. Louis Zamperini’s family moved from France to America where he had a tough time adjusting at first. …show more content…

An ordinary little boy that has some trouble, begins running and goes to the Olympics, only to join the war and get taken by Japanese. Zamperini went through bullying at a young age and managed to go to the Olympics for running. He turned his troubled past into a better tomorrow. However, he then decided to be even more inspirational and enlist into the war. Unfortunately, he crashes and is stranded at sea until he is found by the Japanese. Zamperini still holds strong throughout his entire stay at the Prisoner of War Camps and makes it home to tell of his tale. The “idea” motivates you to turn your seemingly bad situation into a positive one because as he said, “A moment of pain is worth a lifetime of

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