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Dead Man Walking Film Review

Summary: Views on the topic of capital punishment
A dead man walking

Matthew Ponsolet - Matthew Ponsolet grew up in a poor neighbourhood in a poor family like all other death row inmates. Matthew comes from southern America. Matthew had a poor education and often bowed to peer pressure. Matthews weakness came from his own environment. Matthew cannot and will try not to face and take responsibility for what he has done. He will blame anyone and everyone, the Government, his friends, his boss. Matthew however also feels shame. He does not want his mother to cry even when it will be the last time she sees him. He will always try to look and act tough. His toughness is only a mask. Matthew is weak and will follow those who are big and strong. He will always follow the bully or the gang leader. He falls to peer pressure he admitted to smoking marijuana when...

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