Nonviolence and Gandhi
The most influential person in my life; the personality who improved my mind the most was a man of peace and tranquility - Nonviolence and Gandhi introduction. He was a man who influenced many world leaders such as Martin Luther King. He taught the world to fight with the qualities of both civil disobedience and self-sacrifice, something the world seems to have lost and needs to relearn. These reasons made me chose to watch this documentary film of Gandhi, wanting to learn more about this great man.Gandhi was considered to be the father of his country; he was the leader of the Indian nationalist movement against British rule. Although, his real name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, people who admire him, prefer to call him as Mahatma Gandhi (The Great Soul). I have seen movies that are short and do not seem to explain anything, but this film is completely different. Although it was over three hours, the film gave great detail about the life of Gandhi. After watching it I felt like I knew more about him, even though I have read a few passages about his life.
The film illustrated all the important measures of Gandhi’s history, such as, protests, government meetings, and the fasting. I also appreciated how the movie went into details of when and where the movie was set, giving me an idea of the politics that took place in the years of 1869-1948, always keeping my utmost attention. The way that this movie showed Gandhi in his early years made my viewing easier; allowing me to understand the what made him into this icon. While watching I related to all of the police brutality that occurred throughout the movie; because this is present in my country. I could also relate to some of the discrimination that Gandhi experienced because I have been discriminated not for the color of my skin, but for the way I speak. Finally, the most important aspect about the movie is that it was very realistic. Making it seem that the movie was actually happening right in front of your eyes.
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Mahatma – Life of Gandhi, 1869-1948 was in depth, enjoyable, and realistic. Showing Gandhi at every moment in his life, I truly admire Gandhi’s pacifist way of life. This is a film which seeks to tell the life-story of Gandhi the Man and his incessant search for Truth, in this world so full of hatred and violence, this man of peace and goodwill fought all evil and injustice with Soul-Force. He stands out as a challenge giving the message of truth and non-violence, of love supreme unbounded. He is the Mahatma – the Great Soul, leaving an incredible mark on human history.