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Stereotypical Assumptions in Finding Forrester

Summary: Explores the use of character stereotypes in the film Finding Forrester, directed by James W. Ellison. Analyzes the character of Jamal and summarizes the story plot.
No matter where you may go, people will always feel pressured to wear the "cool" clothes, and do the "cool" thing, and hang out with the "cool" people. Especially in school, one will always find the different types of "groups" that each student is placed into the moment they step foot inside the school doors. Because people are placed under such stereotypical labels, differences arise between them and they start to judge one another. Finding Forrester displays many forms of stereotypical assumptions. Jamal, usually at the heart of them all, puts up his guard most of the time defending himself before anyone else has the chance to judge him.

When Jamal first met Forrester he was surprised to find the man so willing to help him learn more about his writing, because he, along with his friends, assumed him to be a grouchy old hermit. Forrester, however, judged...

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