‘Remember the Titans’ Movie Reflection
Healthy relationships are made not born, and the movie “Remember the Titans” has proven that. A healthy relationship is a relationship which has respect, honesty, trust, communication, equality and acceptance for who the other person or people may be. On the other hand, an unhealthy relationship is a relationship which has selfish, abusive, irresponsible, aggressive and manipulative behavior. I will be discussing how the relationship of Gerry Bertier and Julius Campbell transformed from an unhealthy relationship to a healthy relationship. As well as a theme from the movie that is equality.
“Listen, I’m Gerry, you’re Julius. Let’s just get some particulars and get this over with,” Gerry said. “Particulars? Man, no matter what I tell you, you ain’t gonna know nothing about me.” Julius responded. Their relationship started off by not acknowledging one another, they were like enemies. They looked at each other with disgust and intimidation. They both lived their own separate lives with their own race and did not want to bond with the other race. If they did join with another race it was like a crime. But as the movie went on, the characters developed and learned to bond. They learned to appreciate the meaning of trusting a man’s soul rather than the color of their skin. They worked to overcome the racial issues and heal the conflict. I feel that the scene where, Julius had gone to visit Gerry in the hospital after his accident showed most development. Julius walked into the room, “Only kin’s allowed in here,” said the nurse. “Alice, are you blind? Don’t you see the family resemblance? That’s my brother.” Gerry indicated.
“This is where they fought the battle of Gettysburg. Fifty thousand men died right here on this field, fighting the same fight that we are still fighting among ourselves today. This green field right here, painted red, bubblin' with the blood of young boys. Smoke and hot lead pouring right through...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document