Are you having fun with campus life? Maybe, you are so tired and busy with your campus life and management of credits. So, I am going to introduce you to some movies about campus life. After you read this article, I hope you can break the fatigue of a tight campus life schedule!
1. A BEAUTIFUL MIND. (Starring : Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly)
“A Beautiful Mind” is a 2001 American biographical drama film based on the life of John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics. The story begins in the early years of the young prodigy Nash. Early in the film, Nash begins developing paranoid schizophrenia and endures delusional episodes while painfully watching the loss and burden his condition brings on his wife and friends. Have you ever had these kinds of thoughts? “Who am I?, Where am I?”. If you have ever questioned your reality in this way, “A Beautiful Mind” is good to watch. One must be nearly reborn to get out of these compulsive illusions, because they take enormous exertion and a long time. If you see this movie, perhaps you will be be able to “feel” yourself more deeply and appreciate life more.
2. Mona Lisa Smile. (Starring : Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst)
“Mona Lisa Smile” is set against the backdrop of Wellesley College in the 1950s. It includes the general social awareness of women at that time in America. In 1953, a time when women's roles were rigidly defined, free-spirited, young art history professor Katherine Watson begins teaching at the prestigious all-female Wellesley College – which despite its academic reputation, is an environment where success is measured by 'how well' the students marry. This movie described well the hopes and dreams of women students at that time. Recently, femininity has been emphasized. While watching the film, I think again about femininity and the dream of women. If you are female university student with a dream, “Mona Lisa Smile” is worth watching closely.
3. Accepted. (Starring : Justin Long, Adam Herschman)
Do you like comedy movies? I saw this movie last year. In my opinion, “Accepted” was the funniest movie I watched last year. “Accepted” is a 2006 American comedy film directed by Steve Pink. The main plot centers around a group of would-be college freshmen who create their own "college" after being rejected from all the public colleges and universities for which they had already applied. The main characters point out the problems of the education system through the establishment of their own university. If you want LOL, you can watch this movie. “Accepted” is both funny and at the same time, meaningful. Even if it is a bit unrealistic, this movie speaks to the importance of creativity and passion for university students.
by Kim Jun-hyeok, cub reporter
Kim Jun-hyeok firstname.lastname@example.org
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