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Reference A Walk to Remember DVD 102 mins 2001 North Carolina Warner Bros Context A contemporary teenage romantic movie popular not only with teenagers but with younger kids and adults of all ages because it is a reminder of what is really important in life Based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks the values of this poem is unconditional love hope and faith things which have been proven for thousands of years to be the sustenance of human beings Changing Self Change can be unexpected If it wasnt for one night and a prank gone horribly wrong Landon and Jamie would never have met and even if they had Landon would never have in a thousand years thought of the idea of one day ending up with Jamie The film highlights how unforeseen the romance between the two main characters was by contrasting the two different worlds they come from - Jamie serious passionate and conservative and the daughter of a minister and Landon an aimless moody popular and reckless guy The experiences that Landon goes through - participating in school activities actually changes him through the intervention of Jamie Changing may not be accepted by others When Landon defends Jamie and then makes the decision to be with her it is not received well by his friends For once he does not care what others may think To emphasise what Landon has just given up for Jamie his friend Dean after an incident in the cafeteria threatens him and yells out at him You made a mistake Landon Me and you are through - forever Change can involve risk When Landon falls in love with Jamie and decides he wants to be with her he knows this is a risky decision with consequences First of all it will never be accepted by his friends and there is the possibility of losing them Secondly he will lose his social
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