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Faihan Alqahtani Ling 102-002 Ms. Coleman September 23, 2009 The Pursuit of Happyness The movie “The Pursuit of Happyness” by the best actor in the world “Will Smith” has been my favorite movie since it came out in 2006. The movie is based on a true story of Chris Gardner that struggled homelessness and the fatherhood while taking care of his son Christopher back to the 80’s. The movie’s plot is about an intelligent African America salesman “Chris Gardner” that makes money of selling x-ray machines and density scanners. Because of his bad job “going around the city all day trying to sell the machines” he starts to have some problems and issues with his family especially his wife Linda. Linda cannot stand living with him anymore so she
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Unformatted text preview: leaves for her new job in New York at a pizza restaurant. Linda wants to take her son Christopher with her but the dad refuses. Chris knows that his wife cannot take care of the son because she would be busy working. Chris keeps his son and tries to get better job. He finds an internship at Dean Witter that leads him to a good job as stockbroker. However there are 19 other nominees for this job and only one position is available. Finally and after six months of unpaid internship that full of struggles, homelessness, and poverty, Chris gets the job. I love this movie because it motivates me all the time that there is always hope if I keep working harder. Whatever happens to me would never stop me from getting and earning my dreams....
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