Connection To Real Women Have Curves
In the movie Real Women Have Curves multiple obstacles that may impact a student’s possibility of continuing with his or her education are clearly pointed out. In the movie Real Women Have Curves there is Ana, a character in the movie that has the opportunity to continue her education after high school by attending a university but, has to work as a seamstress with her mother and sister. The one issue that I can relate to is that like Ana I have had to go to work with my father. In a home were the parents are the head they have complete authority and roles which include providing food to sustains ones appetite providing a place to live in, providing items that one can not obtain without their help. For the most part one as a child who is not bringing in an income does not have much of a say in the home. Often one income is not enough money in a home and therefore in the movie both of Ana’s parents work. In my home my mom stays at home and manages to care for all her children. My father goes to work and provides for the ones at home. Ignacio, my father is very proud of having a job and believes in going to work every day that one is assigned to work. My father works as a self-independent contractor who makes home deliveries possible for Best Buy. Home deliveries need a team of two in order to complete the delivery. No being in existence is known to be perfect yet, showing up to work on scheduled days is possible with objective knowledge that circumstances were one might not be able to show up to work is possible. Alex, my dad’s delivery partner who he needs to complete the home deliveries. Alex has the tendency to call out on the last minute and leave my dad with a route for two men to complete. Just like Ana my parent, in this case father looks for help in me. I am the first person my dad gives a call to see if I can be the shoulder he can lean on for help. My father being a very responsible man would hate to leave the...
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