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Introduction Prejudice Discrimination Hate Genocide Concentration camps Ethnic cleansing Throughout the course of the history of the world it has experienced many dark and evil times From the Nazis of Germany to the recent tragedies of September 11th we as a society have come together time and time again to rise from the peril and become even stronger What happens though when our own country decides to go through with a grave injustice The feelings and reactions to this were portrayed excellently in the film Come See the Paradise The movie relives a time during World War II when we as Americans decided to discriminate Japanese-Americans In this memo I will include a synopsis of the movie and will also my add my personal feelings and reflections on the effect of this movie Trouble in Paradise The movie opens in Brooklyn New York The year is 1936 We are introduced to our main character Jack played by Dennis Quaid inside a movie theater Jack and his group of Union members set fire to this theater It is then learned that he is a member of the movie theater union in New York This failed attack on this theater prompts our Irishman lead character to be kicked out of his union and told to lay low for awhile Jack is left with no where to turn so he heads to San Francisco to live with his brother and find a real job He is quickly kicked out of his brothers house and finds a job at a theater found in China town A Love Like No Other Jacks arrival to this small theater leads to a friendship with the owners son Charlie The two bond and go to lunch everyday This is when Jack becomes infatuated with his sister Lily She joins them for something to eat one day and Jack wasting no time kisses her Their innocent kisses turn into
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