Remember the titans’ directed by Boaz Yakin is a film that demonstrates many important themes. The four that are most important themes in this film are brotherhood, unity, pride and respect. Brotherhood is a relation that the team builds a friendship unlike any other, built out of respect and love. Unity is The state of being united or joined as a whole, Harmony or agreement between people or groups. Pride is seen as sense of one's own proper dignity or value, Respect is valuing an others points of view, It means accepting people as they are respect is and is a major obstacle that today’s society needs to tackle. All three of four themes are greatly displayed throughout the film as this piece will explain
Brotherhood is a theme that stands out from the rest as it affects everyone in the team. In the film, brotherhood is a large-scale issue that is addressed and resolved. In the film brother hood was not shown in the start because racism was a big effect on the boys and the society they were in. As the movie played on the boys started to realise that it didn’t matter what was on the outside or what other people thought. They formed a strong relationship that was unbreakable. An example of brotherhood in the film is when Julius visits Gerry in the hospital “Nurse: only kin’s are allowed in here. Gerry: Alice, are you blind? Can’t you see the family resemblance? That’s my brother.’ This quotes shows how strong their friendship has become. This example of brotherhood is an obvious sign of brotherly affection toward Julius.
The quality of unity is an apparent theme in the film as it shows the Titans are committed to showing this quality, if they put the effort in. As seen in the movie, Coach Boone is determined to unite the team and as he believes that the ongoing hatred between the different cultural groups should stop. The coach knows that if the team unites they can work better and make the team like a real team. Boone announces, “Each of you will spend...
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