November 13, 2012
A Beautiful Mind
This is a true story about John Nash who unfortunately was discovered in his adult life as having a terrible illness, paranoid schizophrenia. John Nash was a student at Princeton. He tries to portray himself as being really smart, but right off you can tell there is something wrong with him, by the look in his eyes. This theory is thought to be incredible and he is offered a job at M.I.T. He gets married and has a child. This is when his world is turned upside down. There is a story to be told and it's about not only about John being a brilliant mathematician but also dealing with his Schizophrenia. Thankfully with his wife's help he is able to deal with this illness and come out okay in the end. He even wins the Noble Prize in 1994. The message was to try to understand the different kind of illnesses that are out there, and to be more understanding towards people when they are displaying what would perceive as strange behavior. John uses subjective points of views to illustrate his visual and mathematical abilities to perceive patterns and interactions. This film focuses mainly on one character, John Nash, but also a few distinct characters, such as his wife, and his three imaginary people, Herman and Marcie. William Parcher, head of the Department of Defense. Charles Herman his roommate at the University, later on in the movie, Charles niece, Marcie. All of which end up being figments of his imagination. John attends Princeton University; his goal at this time is to come up with a great original mathematical theory. He thinks is to help the United States find a bomb, supposedly being built by the Soviet Union. He also ends up getting married. His goal at his job is to get out in the real world and later on to be a teacher/Professor. He ends up winning the Noble Prize. His wife Alicia just wants her husband back no matter what. She gives up a lot of herself to help him through this illness. John definitely has lots of...
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