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True Lies Some argue that movies such as Saving Private Ryan and Schindlers List that are loosely based on historical fact provide an inaccurate account of history Others say they provide people of the present with a look into the past Whether or not the historical facts of these movies are one hundred percent correct they do serve a purpose other than pure entertainment Movies like Brave Heart and Gladiator that attract large audience create interest in people about the past A movie has the ability to plant a seed in a persons mind Curiosity is human nature When we find something that interests us we are motivated to find out all we can on the topic Curiosity is one of the biggest driving forces of human beings From the time we are able to explore the world around us it makes us do what we do When we watch small children we can recognize the role curiosity plays When something catches the attention of a child he or she focuses on it and the can be entertained by it for hours or even days In the same way if a teenager or a young adult goes to see Schindlers List with little or no prior knowledge of the Holocaust more often than not that person is going to be intrigued and compelled to find out more In high school it was all my history teacher could do to get somebody to crack there book We happened to be reading about World War II at the time Saving Private Ryan was released I saw it with my friends because I heard the action sequences were incredibly vivid When I left the movie it took me a while to calm down from the action in the movie but I was also interested to find out more of why these young men were there I knew my grandfather was a veteran of
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