The Determination to Fight for Justice in Erin Brockovich
The “Erin Brockovich” is a true story about the woman who was unemployed and has three young children and shows the struggles of her family name is (Julia Roberts) directed by Steven Soderbergh and it was released on June 14, 2000. The film was very inspiring especially to the people who have sufferings and many struggles encounter in their lives. For me, it was very enjoyable and inspiring and teaches us a lesson on how to become strong person despite of your struggles in life even and the important is to become determined and well-disciplined, nowadays is so really hard to seek the rightness and fight for what is right. Erin Brockovich, however, tells the story of the struggle for rightness and determined if you really want something to achieve and fight for justice.
The story is all about Erin Brockovich was a single mother who was involved in a car accident which is not her fault and Erin Brockovich is the one who investigate the case about the contaminated water that caused illness to the residents, she was fought against the company who behind the back of the incidents which is the energy corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company and later on the case Hinkley vs. PG&E is one of the largest in direct-action lawsuit in United States history, PG&E claims that they no longer use hexavalent chromium in any of their compressor plants to prevent again the groundwater contamination, because of the hexavalent chromium that are very hazardous chemicals which is very toxic that can may damage skin, eye, nasal passages and lungs. In that case, Erin Brockovich was wanted to fight justice for those affected of illnesses by the leakage poison.
The film is not also about the struggles of Erin Brockovich it’s also focused and includes societal problems, justice, and community. The film showed us about to unemployed woman who are not afraid to achieve what is right how she overcome the struggles in her life together with children to give his children good future. They showed up to the people that no matter how people thinking about you, if you think that you are going to be successful, then just take the risk, believe in yourself and be determined that someday you will achieve on what you do not expect. In the film, shows how Erin Brockovich was very strong and determined about the justice for honor ship of the people. Its focus on what will be the result of her cases if it’s going to be successful or not.
The appearance of the visual elements of the film was I can say that the production was very clear and so much relaxing while you are watching the film. In addition to the cast, I can say that they are professional in acting so that they can execute the lines clearly and shows the true events that can make movie result was amazing. And also the words that used in the film were very understandable so that can catch attention to the viewers. Their clothes, the environment, and the props that used on the film were all about in the early 90’s so that the result of the movie was suitable for the theme of history and drama film.
Overall the film was very inspiring and heart touching film that encourages you to watch again. This movie showed us that in our life you don’t need to rush yourself if you want to become successful just be determined and believe to yourself no matter how people surrounding you is degrading you. This movie is very inspiring and gives us values about fight for what is right. The film was showed up how the case on Hinkley vs. PG&E became successful because of the determination to achieve the justice. In other words, the chemicals we use are very important in our lives. It has a purpose even in a simple thing and can ruined lives. It can help us in our daily lives; imagine if we don’t have chemicals in our environment then we don’t have useful outcome product, because chemicals are very risky so we need to know how to handle it properly. Lastly, the movie shows how chemicals were become biggest societal problem because of an incident, on other hand, we must know the risk before take an action because every decision made was a corresponding outcome.
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