Witness - Grace Hall Armstrong December 9, 2007 In the...

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Grace Hall Armstrong December 9, 2007 In the movie, The Witness, the main character’s attitude changes through the duration of the film. John Book, a cop in the city of Philadelphia, is given the task of finding a murderer who killed one of his fellow police men. John is a very gruff man who seems to not care about anyone or anything. So when the only witness to the very murder that he is suppose to investigate is a small Amish boy of only 6 years of age, he begins to change. Because the murder turned out to involve policemen that he worked with, John is forced to live in the Amish community to protect himself and the boy who saw the murder. The simplicity of the Amish way of life and the impossible love connection to Rachel, an Amish woman and Samuels mother, changes John from a rude city man to a caring Amish gentlemen. So, what caused this drastic change from an uncouth police officer to a tender hearted Amish type man? I believe that it was the relationships he gained from the Amish people, witnessing what true compassion looks
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PSYCH 2301 taught by Professor Taulbee during the Spring '08 term at Dallas Colleges.

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