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THAN WHAT IS ACTUALLY NEEDED. definition; GREED our two themes
are greed and stories GREED IS A DIESEASE
ADDICTION. ALOT OF THE MOVIES THAT WE
WATCHED HAVE DEALT
WITH MANY DIFFERENT
TYPES OF GREED. Greed is one of the main
themes in Secondhand Lions.
Every person in the movie want Hub's and
Garth's money, and they are
scamming their way to try to
get it. for example:
mom shipping boy of to uncles
salesmen constantly wanting them to buy things.
the annoying relatives that keep showing up
moms new boyfriend trying to get the money
Every movie has a storyline
and every character in the films have their own story.
In the movies we watched all of the characters told us their story. greed of money
greed between two people
greed between two countries
greed of food
greed of objects "Most men, they'll tell you a story straight through. It won't be complicated, but it won't be interesting either." "A man tells so many stories, that he becomes the stories. They live on after him, and in that way he becomes immortal." In Big Fish Ed Bloom lived his whole life telling stories and soon enough those stories became a part of him and defined who he was. It proved that every person has a story, sometimes fake and sometimes real. But for any person a story is more than just a tall tale, it is a way to express yourself. how it relates to;
greed- In the movie they showed greed of countries because all the countries sacrificed their men and their land just so they can win the war.
stories- Each person in the camp had their own story they wanted to share about where they came from and how they got there. Stories are how are culture