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Melodrama Paper Film Analysis Field of Dreams Ray Kinsella is an ordinary man from Eastern Iowa who has an extraordinary event happen to him that will change the life for him and his family forever The movie Field of Dreams was released in 1989 and stared Kevin Costner James Earl Jones Amy Madigan and Burt Lancaster The film was nominated for three academy awards including Best Picture The film begins with a narrative of the life of Rays father His father played baseball when he was younger but never made it professionally Instead he got married and had a son and worked at a factory his entire life to support his family Ray played baseball early in his life and was forced to live out the dreams of his father Rays father wanted him to go on and play baseball professionally since he never got the chance too However Ray saw things differently and rebelled against his fathers wishes He went to college at the University of California- Berkeley He attended Berkeley he majored in English but really majored in the youth movement of the 1960s Peace Love and Dope was among his favorite saying of the era While attending Berkeley he met the love of his life Annie They were married and after college moved to Iowa near her parents bought some land and had a girl Katie Ray was now a farmer who loved his family the 60s and baseball He is an ordinary man from a small farming community in Iowa Life was all too normal for Ray until the day he heard a voice from the cornfield If you build it he will come Ray at first does not know what the voice means by the statement id you build he will come He eventually ties the message from the voice to his Dads baseball hero Shoeless Joe Jackson Jackson was a Chicago
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