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Character Evaluation 1 Character Evaluation Nichole Armstrong University of Phoenix Axia College
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The character I chose to evaluate for this assignment is Angel from the movie RENT. Angel is by far my favorite character from the movie and I feel he would be very interesting to look at for this assignment. In terms of the five trait clusters (OCEAN) I think that Angel is pretty easy to sum up. As far as openness to experience, I do not think it is possible for Angel to be any more open. Angel is a “drag queen,” a homosexual, and he has AIDS and he does not hide any of this from anyone. In one scene he comes in on Christmas day dressed from head to toe and starts singing in dancing and using his drum sticks to play a beat on random things from pipes, to buckets, to tables. This shows that Angel is very fanciful. He is also very in touch with his feelings and has good values. He shows this when another character, Tom Collins, is jumped in an alley way and Angel helps him to recover from it.
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