The Film "The Dead Poets Society"
And this puts teacher in the middle of Neil and his father. After this Mr. Keating is in the middle, school blames him for Neil’s death. Although all he did was encourage him to realize his inner self.
But in the end of boys realized what Mr. Keating wanted to teach them, the saddest part that they only understood in very painful way, one member of the Dead Poet Society was dead, and nothing will change that. But this will make them look from different point of you, but they will never forget that you can`t cross the line.
Now days education is more in line with Mr. Keating`s view on it. It is all about individuality. Now days students are allowed to give their opinion. They are asked what their thoughts on a particular subject. You are allowed to think and have your own point of view on things. So at the end of the day you do what you love most. Please remember John Keating words :” Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.” Carpe Diem. …
- The Film "The Dead Poets Society"
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