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The Opening Scenes of "Lean on Me"

Summary: Examines the opening scenes in the film "Lean on Me", and their effect on the audience.
The beginning of any text is important, as it grabs the audience's attention to the film, and makes them curious to carry on viewing it. In "Lean On Me", the beginning is interesting and in it, the tension and excitement are both built up as we are shown the school 20 years ago, in 1967, when Joe Clark was a teacher in it, and the school 20 years later, in 1987, when Clark was no longer a teacher and the school changed a lot.

"Lean On Me" begins with the school 20 years ago, in 1967. The two most important things emphasized in that scene are the characteristics of Joe Clark, the main character and the perfection of Eastside High School. At the beginning, we are shown Joe Clark teaching in a class. We learn that he respects students and treats him nicely and that he believes education is a fun activity. We see...

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