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Fate the development of events outside a persons controlregardedas determined by a supernatural power What if your fate makes youunhappy Would you fight for what you want or let destiny take itscourse In the movie The Adjustment Bureau 2011 the director GeorgeNolfi presents the theme do not take advantage of free will and fightfor what you want to be happy Free will is a gift defiantly worth fighting for In the movie HarryMitchell a character who symbolizes both free will and fate saysMost people live life on the path we set for them Too afraid toexplore any other But once in a while people like you come along andknock down all the obstacles we put in your way People who realize freewill is a gift youll never know how to use until you fight for it Ithink thats The Chairmans real plan And maybe one day we wontwrite the plan You will The Adjustment Bureau Some people aretoo scared to fight for what the really want In this movie the maincharacter David Norris realizes how valuable free will is once he hassomething to fight for Elise Sellas whom he loves but can not be withbecause it is not his destiny David does every thing he can to be withElise and eventually gets his way Therefore to be happy you mustfight for what you want The next part of the theme shown by the director is to not takeadvantage of free will This is really shown when thompson a characterwho symbolizes fate says We actually tried Free Will before Aftertaking you from hunting and gathering to the height of the Roman Empirewe stepped back to see how youd do on your own You gave us the DarkAges for five centuries until finally we decided we should come backin The Chairman thought maybe we just needed to do a better job ofteaching you how to ride a bike before taking
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