Why Is Life Is Beautiful

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Almost everyone loves movies, whether it is action, comedy, romance, fantasy, horror, suspense, and animated. Everyone has their own preferences, but despite of these preferences and different genres, every film has an ending. The endings are either happy, sad or even comes with a cliff-hanger. However, the ones that have sad endings are the ones that really touches and leaves a thought to the people who watches it. If it has a happy ending, then people would just know that it ended nice and the characters get to do or live how they want, if it ended with a cliff-hanger, some viewers get frustrated and would give a bad review about the movie, but they would still wait for the sequel, but if the movie ends extremely depressing, it just give…show more content…
The film was so loved by the critics that it won Grand Apis at the Cannes Film Festival in 1998, and three Academy Awards, including the Best Actor for the main lead, Roberto Benigni. The film was a success despite of its subject matter. Set in 1939, a Jewish man named, Guido, falls in love with a woman named, Dora. They later got married and had a son named, Giosue. Unfortunately, their little family life was cut short when the World War II breaks out and the Jews were forced to train and be taken to a concentration camp, where people are imprisoned without due process of law. Men and women are separated so Dora never gets to see her husband and son. In order to survive, Guido tells his son that they're in a complicated game and that he must follow everything he tells him. Tasks like hiding and being quiet will earn him points and that if he cries, whines, and complains, he will lose points. Since they're in the middle of a war, Guido told his son to hide inside a box and to not come out until everybody's gone, Guido then sneaks out to find Dora but was unfortunately caught by German guards and got killed. This is the most tear-jerking part of the film, it is also the end. It shows how the father sacrificed himself in order for his family to be saved. A heroic act done by the far in the middle of the war makes people just want to sob like there's no
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