What is this movie all about? And what makes this movie interesting?
This movie is an old movie that was recommended to me by my sister who is taking up BS in Education Major in Special Education. This is one of their assignments in school and just like her, I was moved by it.
This movie is about the story of Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller. Who wouldn’t know the tandem of those two most inspirational women of all time? I’ve been dying to read or watch a movie about them, especially Helen Keller because I want to know how did they become the two most talked about women in history.
At first, I thought that I will be moved by Helen but I was wrong. It was Anne Sullivan that has really touched my heart. Because of her patience, passion and dedication.
Teaching someone like Helen who is physically challenged was really difficult: physically exhausting and mind-blowing. A person like Helen needs a strong person to understand her and teach her the things she needs to know about life. Through out the movie, Anne never treated Helen as a student but as her own child. She loved her more than any person could.
One thing I’ve learned, is the importance of discipline to a child. As parents, there are times when you want to indulge your children in every way or any thing that they want; to the point of spoiling them. I’ve realized that saying “no” to some of their “wants” may be the way for them to learn values that they have to know – patience, humility and respect to name a few.
Communication. This is the main gist of this movie. This is the key to a better relationship.
“It seem’s like Helen is not the only one who should learn how to communicate.”
That is what Anne said to Helen’s bother and this has ignited his brother to speak up his mind and tell his parents what he really wants.
Anne Sullivan is indeed a Miracle Worker.