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Society often judges people on their labels on their background but not on who they really are All sorts of people to judge other individuals such as close friends teammates and competitors In the movie School Ties the main character David Green suffers because he becomes hated as a result of others prejudice David Green is a star quarterback for the football team and he leads them to success and the championship David gains everyones respect because they realize what an outstanding performer he is However when people find out David is Jewish then he starts suffering David has a girlfriend named Sally and she does not know at first he was Jewish When David is revealed to be Jewish then the respect people are giving him goes down He suffers for this Sally hears this news about him being a Jew and she does not even bother talking to him David goes to confront her David is talking to her and he finds out that she does not want to talk to him because he is Jewish and she is embarrassed to talk to him The result of the talk that David has with Sally results in emotional pain for David David does not suffer emotionally just because of Sally his teammates make him suffer also David has a tough time after his teammates know his religion One minute they are saying he is the best and the next minute they have their backs turned on him David is going through a lot He had not known that his friends would do this to him He had thought that they would not care if they found out that he was Jewish When they know about David they start to ignore him and give him looks The thing that get David really mad is when David goes into his room and he sees a nazi symbol above his bed This gets him mad
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