Hello am 48 year man from somalia. Sorry for my bad england. I selled my wife for internet connection for «conter stirk» and i want to become the goodest player like you. I play with 400 ping on brazil server and i am Global elite. pls no copy pasterino my story
Gran Torino is a movie about an old man named Walt Kowalski. His wife recently died, and he now lives alone with his dog in a neighborhood with a high population of Hmong people, which is a people from Vietnam that fought with America during the Vietnam war. Walt has an attitude towards these people but that attitude towards the Hmong changes throughout the movie.
At first, he has a negative outlook towards them. as he shows in the film by insulting them and how he treats the gifts he receives from the several families after he saves the neighbors daughter. Throwing them in the trash and generally not accepting them. But after he is invited to a house party with the neighbor and he gets to know them somewhat better he starts opening to them a bit more and eventually even accepts some of the gifts they bring him.
After Walt gets the neighbors son Toad (Thao) to help him out it shows quite well how his attitude to these people changed. At the start Walt likely despised the boy for trying to steal his car. But he decides to give the boy a chance and eventually starts forming a bond with the boy and become good friends with him, even helping Toad get a job. His behavior to the Hmong in his neighborhood is much friendlier at the end of the move than at the start.
India was once a British colony and during that time the English language was introduced to the Indians, so they could communicate with British officials at the time. English becoming so widespread around India during the time turned It into their second official language alongside Hindu.
Although English is quite widespread in India there are very few that can speak I fluently, as a lot of the speakers have a heavy influence from their accent or speak partially broken English with words from Hindu thrown into the mix.
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Task 3: The way the movie showcased investigative journalism gave me some insight in how much work goes into big cases like these. Several weeks even months of work goes into creating one in-depth case. The movie showcases the challenges a investigative team meet when trying to unveil potential controversies like the case with the catholic church.
Task 6: The conflict of the movie is about an investigative team that are trying to get information about a priest that was sexually abusing a child. This research led them to find more priests in the catholic church that had sexual acts with children. When the team decides to print the story, they get phone calls from several people that tell their experiences with sexual abuse from priests.