Did you cry when you watched "Pursuit Of Happyness"
March 20, 2007 5:34am CST
I watched the film last weekend and boy, did I cry a river! What touched me most was the panel interview scene where he had to run from the prison cell to the building. Bearing only a high school diploma, still wearing his painting clothes, dirtied, broke...I mean, all he brought was his heart and spirit. It was poignant yet full of vigor. Astounding! Kudos to Will!
20 Mar 07
Everything about the movie was so touching. One time they have to line up to stop for the night and end up with no place to stay. He's a symbol of a great father with so much perseverance and high spirit. On the final day of work where he will be judged, I cried rivers too. Despite all the adversities he made it, with no one to share the joy and the sorrows he'd been. Now he's touching thousands of lives. I hope that's something we can set as a good example and serve as a good inspiration.
28 Mar 07
Thank you for the mark my friend, I really appreciate it. You too started a very good discussion and you deserve to be rated. I bet I am just one of the millions of people wanting to know how happYness should be spelled correctly within the heart. And that movie tells us to never loose hope and keep on persevering. I will always remember his story and keep in my heart.