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GOOD WILL HUNTING Good Will Hunting is the story of a kid Will whos life edges toward self-destruction and how four people try to haul him back Will is an extremely gifted intellect who is working as a janitor when he should be doing much greater things His habits included hanging out with his friends and living a really laid back lifestyle He is clearly destined for bigger things but fails to realize the gift he has been blessed with He has built a shell around himself refusing to let anyone get anywhere close to him except for his friends from his childhood He grew up in foster homes and suffered frequent emotional pain throughout his life He was a deeply troubled soul and had obviously been an abused child Looking to his relationship with Skylar is a prime example of his confining shell He felt strongly for her and knew that she cared for him but deeply afraid of being hurt refused to let their love grow He felt inside that she was better than him and that he wasnt good enough for her He was quick to shut her out of his life without reason I feel that Will has a strong fear of abandonment His hang ups include his distrust of university students as well as those who think they are superior to him For example in the bar when Chuckie meets Skylar and the Harvard students make fun of him it truly angers Will The fact that they attend an Ivy League school makes them think they are better than Will and this strongly annoys him Most of the time Will doesnt care what people think but does not always pass on the opportunity to show someone up In regards to his relationship with Skylar he never really knew what he wanted up until the final minutes of the film He didnt know how to handle the fact that someone
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