Living life in full in the movie dead poets society

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Don't think. When I watch Dead Poets Society I am reminded that time is precious; that, in the words of Bob Dylanhe not busy being born is busy dying. Make your lives extraordinary.

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And a wise man understands which is called for. Keating is deeply touched by their gesture. Below I have listed some aspects of the movie that impacted me greatly. Charlie, out of rage, slugs Cameron. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. Keating: No, you can do better than that. My mind immediately flashed back to my high school English class. He- I can see his point; we're not a rich family, like Charlie's.

And it is there in my favourite scene of the film, where Keating ushers his young pupils towards the black—and—white photographs displayed in a glass cabinet of former pupils of the school. Seize the day!

Living life in full in the movie dead poets society

It's not a whim for you, you prove it to him by your conviction and your passion! Welton Academy — the elite private boys school featured in the film — had nothing in common with the Luton comp I had attended. The "Captain" himself!

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Charlie: Because he's in a hurry. Neil Perry : Or a car, if they could have a desk set as wonderful as this one? That the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. John Keating: No. Because we are food for worms, lads. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. That you are here - that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. Same haircuts. It evokes emotion from deep within, and it is haunting and stirring.

John Keating: No you're not. What will your verse be?

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John Keating: There's a time for daring and there's a time for caution, and a wise man understands which is called for. You're playing the part of the dutiful son. And for the first time, I'm gonna do it! Charlie: What's that mean? He's exhausted. Seize the day, boys. Dare to strike out and find new ground. It is uncynical, idealistic and hopeful — not qualities one necessarily associates with film snobs, but what it lacks in critical kudos it has recouped in audience appreciation. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. He- I can see his point; we're not a rich family, like Charlie's. You kick at it, beat it, it'll never cover any of us. Truth is like, like a blanket that always leaves your feet cold.

John Keating: A man is not very tired.

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