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Not Everyone is Perfect Love prayer and togetherness these are all qualities and expectations of Christianity Carrie is about a young woman who is in high school and is very unpopular The one person who is decent to her is the gym teacher and even she is just pretending Carries father left them both when she was young and now just the two of them now live together in a small two-story house Both Carrie and her mother are extremely religiousChristian Carries mother makes following the bible her whole life at the beginning of the movie she is just slightlya little overboard then Her mother takes it to the extreme when handling Carrie and other people The belief inThe Christ and the Bible begin to drive Carries mother more and more insane Christianity is the reason for the atrocities that are committed in Carrie it is an on-going theme in the movie The first scene in the movie is Carrie in the shower All the other girls are joking around and getting dressed while Carrie is still bathing In the middle of taking her shower she gets her first period When she sees the blood Carrie becomes extremely frightened because her mother has never told her why that happens Carrie starts screaming and runs to her classmates for help but they just push her around and make fun of her Carries mother drills into her head that she was pure before her time at high school she was still a girl but she was turned ugly and when she became a woman she also turned ugly and sinful Her mother never tells Carrie that every woman gets a period Carries mother is so blinded by the bible and her faith that she believes Carrie is now evil and full of sin After Carrie is taunted and pushed around for a few minutes their gym teacher stepshas stepped in and stopsstopped the abuse mess She bends
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