Unformatted text preview: upon his high horse and keeping himself above Isak. However, even with these differences, the two men were actually quite similar. Each man was observing the other, and each was at first closed and gradually opened up to the other. They shared ideas and opinions, and were willing to give things up to the other. It was these similarities that brought the two men into the friendship that they enjoyed, and eventually brought Folke down from his elevated position to the same position as Isak. These similarities and differences in perspective were also the mystery of the film: is one person’s perspective the correct one, or just a different one? Are two perspectives really all that different from each other? Although two people may be very different, this movie argues, they can still share a common bond and become connected in their perspectives, bringing two views into one....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course HON 180 taught by Professor Hatlen during the Fall '05 term at University of Maine Orono .
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