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After watching this film my very first impression was it was inspiring Both the elegance and disgrace were clearly distinguished Different settings combined and the visually well-seen themes added life to the already magnificent film The year is 1959 and the place Welton Academy one of the best schools in the United States It is the beginning of a new semester Neil Perry met a new student Todd Anderson who is also his new roommate Neil has been in this boarding school with his friends for the last several years Theyve always been educated in a strict and traditional way There is a new English teacher in their class Mr John Keating His way of teaching on the contrary is emphasised by freedom and imagination He won over the boys by his wit and exuberance He led the boys to the Dead Poets Society The boys got a source of newfound energy and inspiration and started to seize the things that they were passionate about John Keating Neil Perry Todd Anderson Knox Overstreet Charlie Dalton and Mr Perry were the key characters They all have their own personalities and ambitions Out of all these people I pick Todd Anderson as my favourite character At the start of the film Todd was timid and taciturn mainly because he was unwilling to come to Welton and he must walk in the shadow of his big brother a valedictorian Hes got the responsibility to fill some big shoes therefore he didnt spend time to communicate with people while he put all the effort in the school work It was his roommate Neil Perry who tried to help him and finally persuaded him to join in the Dead Poets Society which turned out to be remarkably important for him to be confident in himself Interestingly Todd also developed a unique relationship with Mr Keating He was the only one who was reluctant in signing the document condemning
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