Woodlawn Film Analysis

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WOODLAWN The “Woodlawn” is an American Christian sports film. Which is directed by the “Erwin Brothers” Andrew and John Erwin. “Woodlawn” tells us the true story of a high-school football player “Tony Nathan”.
“Woodlawn” is based on a true story that is actually happened to the current generations, showing that we can heal, and come together, there is a way out of it and there is a way out of this and that’s Jesus Christ. In 1973, A spiritual awakening heart of every player of the Woodlawn high school football team, including “Tandy Gerelds” the coach of the team. Their dedication to love, unity in a school filled with the racism and hate leads to the high school football game which is ever played in the city of Birmingham, Alabama, the rise of its first African American superstar, Tony Nathan as cross burning. Tandy Gerelds, struggles to ease racial tensions between his players. At a Christian revival meeting. He tells the players to a better things. the entire team, black and white, they give their lives to the Jesus Christ and a spiritual change has
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Nathan such impressive on the football field must deal with the harsh realities and constant facing a black youth distinguishes himself on the particular time. Atone, he refuses to shake hands with the George, an act of defiance that does not go unnoticed. Woodlawn is disappointingly about the particulars of the minor subplot involving Nathan’s more radical black classmate, Even so, the Erwin brothers make a commendably honest effort to provide historical context. As a man who relies to heavily on his faith on the God and support from his family as he mills his unique chance to help make history. In 1974, the match-up between the Woodlawn and the Banks football teams that make a record of 42,000 fans to Birmingham’s legion
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