A Beautiful Mind

A Beautiful Mind - Justin Nelson SPED203 Movie Review A...

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Justin Nelson SPED203 Movie Review A Beautiful Mind The movie starts out with the main character John Nash getting settled into his dorm room. From the beginning he seemed a little odd. Also introduced is his “roommate” Charles. Charles is an outgoing character that opens up John. Other peers of John are brought in as well. In the start of the movie you can tell that something is different with John, but it doesn’t seem too bad. At first John is not very sociable, and keeps to himself. He is an extremely smart person, but so are the rest of his peers. The times he does talk with them he is mostly being made a fool of for acting strange. For most of the school year he stays in his room, and works on an equation instead of going to classes. He almost tried to isolate himself to focus more on it. Once they hang out with John they realize that he can be more open around people. After he got out of school he started to teach at the same school. His style was unique from others. There is a girl that puts the effort in to try to get to know him better. Her name is
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course SPED 203 taught by Professor Kaffar during the Spring '08 term at St. Cloud.

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