The film A River Runs through It is a heartfelt and beautiful movie. This movie is about to brothers who grow up in Montana. Their father is a minister at an indigenous church. He taught them how to be caring, respectable, and good man. Furthermore their farther showed them how to fly fish in the wondrous Montana Rivers. Both of the brothers are prideful and daring. Throughout the film the brothers prove that they’re courageous. Early on in the movie the go down the most treacherous part of a river in a little wooden boat, originally their friends were going to join them but the back out at the last second. It ended up just being the two of them which I felt that was befitting in the circumstance that they were in. during the movie the brother only have a single confrontation, their mother breaks it up and the both walk away from it not knowing one of them is tougher. But I don’t think it matters because as a result of the fight it brings them closer together.
Later on the older of the brothers get into an Ivey league college and does very well for him there. The fact he’s father paid for him to go there it was the greatest act of love he’d show him. The other brother (Brad Pitt) stayed in Montana for college. He couldn’t part from his devotion his passion of fly fishing. The older brother comes back home, once he finished his schooling at Dartmouth. His younger brother got a job at a local newspaper, where he was a journalist.
The older brother Norman Maclean, comes to the realization that he brother has become consumed by the thrill of gambling. Also he had become an alcoholic. Yet at the same time he realizes that he brother had turned his fly fishing into and art form. Watching him fish was like watching a painter composing a beautiful canvas. It was truly an undeniably perfect skill that god has blessed him with. I think that Paul Maclean (younger brother) became an alcoholic due to the fact he was so gregarious and incredibly attractive man not to...
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