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“Shawshank Redemption” Movie

“Shawshank Redemption” tells the story of Andy Dufferin (Tim Robbins), who, after being falsely convicted of killing his wife and her lover, meets a fellow prisoner named Red, who is known to be the person who can get anything from outside because of his acquaintance with the prison officers. Once by chance, Andy meets Red, and their relationship, conversations and discussions deepen on topics that touch their thinking and what they look forward to (hope, life and freedom).

Shawshank Redemption is a cinematic classic movie, conveying a profound and eternal message. Because of its great story and the wonderful performance of its heroic characters, especially the opening scene; Where the camera takes us and enters into the prison as if we are part of this world to learn about the life of prisoners with its small and large details, sadness and misery, with the hope that exists in freedom and in the exit from this bleak life.

The movie takes us to live the details of the rest of the prisoners. About halfway through the movie, we watch the saddest scenes ever of a prisoner named “Brooks” who, after spending 50 years in Shawshank Prison, is approved for parole. After he gets out of prison, he gets a job and a house to stay in. But he commits suicide after a while because he cannot adapt to the free life.

Reed describes Brooks and everyone else who enters Shawshank prison: “These walls are funny. First you hate them, then you get used to them. Then enough time passes by that makes you depend on them.”

The movie director and screenwriter Frank Darabont proves that you don’t need action scenes and special effects to make a great movie. Rather, a brilliant genius representation and a deep intellectual narrative will do the trick.

We also do not forget the great music in the film by Thomas Newman, which makes you cry sometimes and laugh at other times from the depth and intertwining of events.

(Shawshank Redemption) is a movie that focuses on many life themes such as (hope, love, freedom and redemption).

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