The Pursuit of Happyness
Based on the true story of Chris Gardner, also has the curiosity of a child who plays the son of Will Smith is his real son.
Chris Gardner (Will Smith) is afamily man struggling to survive.Despite his valiant attempts to keep the family afloat, the mother (Thandie Newton) of his five year old son Christopher (Jaden Christopher Syre Smith) begins tocrumble because of the constant strain of financial pressure, incapable of stand, against his feelings, he decides to leave.
Chris, now a single father, continues doggedly searching for a betterpaying job using every tactic known commercial. Get an internship at a prestigious company and, despite not receiving any salary, accepts in the hope to finalize the curriculum with a job and apromising future.
Without any financial cushion, Chris and soon cast his son's flat where they live, and are forced to live in shelters, bus stations, bathrooms or wherever they find shelter forthe night. Despite their concerns, Chris continues to fulfill its obligations as a father and loving and understanding shown, using the affection and trust his son has placed in him as an incentive toovercome the obstacles it faces.
Undoubtedly Will Smith. Because it gives much credibility to the character, because it is able to support only the weight of the film, and it proves again thatis a versatile actor. You just have a production that is sufficiently round to climb to the summit.
Both Thandie Newton as the little guy, not clash. She is not my cup of tea, perfectlyassimilated the role of working mother, dissatisfied wife, unable to believe in her husband and small is not heavy, which in this age is an achievement.
All I was watching this movie was toocorrect, but very flat all telefilm full of good intentions with a nice music, but little more, almost nothing was getting excited, until it reaches a phrase I woke up "You got a dream, This is to...
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