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October Sky is the most heartwarming movie Ive seen in a long time I could not help applauding at the end It was really nice and very entertaining It was very touching in terms of family relationships and very inspiring in terms of science and fulfilling our dreams The point that I remember most about the movie October Sky is the relationship between Homer and his father Watching the movie and seeing the bad relationship they had made me think about my own dad We rarely have arguments and I seldom do things that displease him I did not see my dad in the father I was watching on the TV screen I was happy thinking that my dad had nothing in common with Homers father My dad isnt strict and he respects my decisions My dad is happy if Im happy Thats what counts and that is whats important Homers father really wanted Homer to be a coal miner but Homer could not see any future in mining He knew the industry was dying He wanted bigger things for himself I envy Homer is this aspect At his age he already knew what he wanted to be and what he wanted to do Im a senior now and I still dont know what my plans are for the future College is right around the corner but I dont know what course to take because I dont know what I want to become My father is giving me the freedom to choose my profession Any course I take will make him happy I have applied for Management Economics in Ateneo and he seems very pleased My mother has also shown her contentment With Management Economics I can go on to follow in the family business of engineering or I can go into other fields like law and business My parents are not trying to make plans for my future They want me to do it
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