We are never without hope, even in the most difficult conflict
Big or small, conflict arises on all social levels in society. Whether conflict comes from within a person or comprises of two or more opposing forces, the way in which we react to conflict greatly reflects our personal qualities. Although the diversity of conflict varies, we are always with hope, even in the most adverse situations. Paradise road highlights the significant responses of Adrienne and Margaret, reflecting incredible fortitude and bravery to keep hope alive. The loyal nature of Oskar Schindler enables over 1200 Jew’s to fight survival, and the burning desire of Nicky Winmar demonstrating hope despite heavy discrimination are examples clarifying that regardless how adverse the situation, hope is always alive.
In the film paradise road, Beresford attempts to highlight the extraordinary actions of what are perceived to be ordinary women in the most difficult conflict. Reifying that regardless how adverse the situation, hope is always in the air. The creation of the vocal orchestra formed by Adrienne in response to their horrifying experiences with the Japanese further compliments the meaning of hope demonstrated. The peaceful nature of the vocal orchestra heals the minds of the traumatised ladies, regaining their mentality, and desire to keep hope alive.
The elderly nature and religious background of Margret enabled the uneducated ladies to gain a greater understanding of how to cope and respond to conflict in extreme situations. The qualities shown by Margret when in adverse situations clearly reflect greater composure and internal strength, without fear of emotions overriding her actions. An example clarifying this is the words of Margret at the place of Wing’s funeral; the peaceful but meaningful words help ease the shock and pain they feel.
Paradise road highlights the significant influential acions from Adrienne and Margret, which is greatly reflected by their perseverance...
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