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ith Honors The film With Honors is a clever film in which five characters collide and are transformed left with loses and gains all for the better Four of our characters are Harvard University seniors desperately trying to write their final theses The fifth character a bum a man who left his family to live on the streets fighting a lung disease in the cold northern weather This is a strange scenario having four young students just heading out into the world and one man on his way out of it Our characters Jeff Monty Everett and Courtney are all strangers to forgiveness and expressing their emotions without a mask to hide behind Jeff is so wound up in his mothers concerns that he has no identity He feels the way Simon looks because he is aware of his lack of character Courtney has her sex life to hide behind Monty uses his thesis and Everett has alcohol Simon enters the picture and frees these captured birds these individuals entirely interwoven in their separate obsessions and in this he frees himself he learns to depend on others This is a clear example of giving freedom to the captive and in return getting freedom In a sense they all help each other through clashing with one anothers different identities and stereotypes and coming out of the experience with knowledge of forgiveness Papers on this film and this topic could be written in various ways I am going to mainly write about Monty and Simon Monty changes a lot in this film as do all the characters in the beginning he despises Simon only enduring his presence in order to re-obtain his upside down thesis Through sessions of understanding Monty changes into a caring individual who gives Simon a home relates to him respects him and sets him at a higher level than his own life his thesis This change initially takes place
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