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Finding An Ending Finding Forester concerns Jamal Wallace Rob Brown a young writer who lives in the inner city Bronx hood The film opens almost like as if it is a horror film where four friends dare one another to go and visit the neighborhood creepy-old-mans house Jamal curious as all great writers must be takes the dare and walks into the old mans apartment has quite a scare and accidentally leaves his backpack behind He returns the following day to retrieve it Through the little peakhole in the door the old man Sean Connery orders him to never return again Jamal goes home to find the old man has read his stories and even commented the margins Intrigued Jamal returns to get more feedback from this ragged old hermit The old man William Forrester suggests he write a 5000 word essay on why he should stay the hell away from my apartment Not one to turn down a challenge Jamal returns the next day with the essay and there begins an unlikely friendship between the two Jamal also deals with problems at school His teachers and faculty see him as an enigma He tests well but his grades have been low He plays basketball with the grace and wisdom of Michael Jordan and he writes like Hemingway but he also has limited income and little opportunity An upscale Academy wants him to join their school all expenses paid There he befriends a young girl Claire Anna Paquin and catches the skeptical eye of Professor Crawford F Murray Abraham Meanwhile Jamal receives writing lessons of life from Forrester who has only written one book but it has been studied in high school and colleges for the past 50 years In turn for the writing lessons Jamal teaches Forrester to step out of the apartment once in a while for some fresh air Forrester insists early on What we write in this house stays in
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