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psy 210 slumdog - Brian Tharp PSY 210 3/3/11 Slumdog...

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Brian Tharp PSY 210 3/3/11 “Slumdog Millionaire” Reflection I thought that this movie was incredibly entertaining. It kept me captivated for many different reasons. First, the movie was filled with suspense and action. The vibrant experiences that Jamal encountered kept me at the edge of my seat. Also, the game show that Jamal was on was a play off of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire from the American culture. Since I am familiar with that game show it was easy to understand the sequence of the show in the movie and understand how things were progressing. Jamal faced many struggles and hardships through his experiences, things that make a little boy grow up much faster than one is expected to. Jamal's culture seemed to be very difficult for him to assimilate with. His personal morals and values led him to despise and in some ways revolt against his culture. Watching his mother get killed was a traumatizing event that no child should have to witness. But I feel as though this event made him
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