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The position the paper is written is different than most papers It was written for a film class rather than a literature class Paper was good Lacked detail from the film Paralells in My Brilliant Career Obtaining ones goals in life is not an easy task There are many obstacles that can prohibit one from doing so What separates the weak from the strong The ability to overcome the obstacles and reach your goal This was most evident in the movie My Briiliant Career it is a stunning example of how one can go through trials and tribulations and still be successful The parallel between the movie reality and Australian history is very clear in this film In the movie we meet a young lady by the name of Sevilla Her dream is to write a novel Unfortunately that is not conducive to the goal of her parents So her parents tell her she can move in with her grandmother This works to Sevillas advantage because her grandmother appreciates art and the beauty of such talents This is the first triumph that we witness but as we know there is always some other adversity to overcome That is what we do we travel with her through her life and experience the joys and pains that she experiences While on this journey we find out some important things about our leading lady First we discover that she is a woman with a mission and that she will go through any length to get it We also find out that love is very important to her for example she has a man that is courting her and is a womans dream He is handsome and rich also has a good family name In fact her grandmother who is very important person in her life tells her that she should accept his love Instead she rejects it and tells her grandmother that she
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