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How Insanity is Depicted in The Aviator and A Beautiful Mind

Summary: Essay examines how insanity is affecting our society today and how that is portrayed in two different films that deal with genuis on various levels: The Aviator about Howard Hughes and A Beautiful Mind about John Nash.
Forever has insanity plagued our lives. From the beginning of those out of the norm were labeled out of their minds. We look back at the old chiefs and medicine men and what do we see? Men who must have lacked just a few brain cells to think up those crazy ideas. And we'd hate to be one of them. None of us want to be labeled crazy, out of our minds. Insane! It is the one constant fear in humans. It's what is hiding under our beds, in our closest, at ages so young we still have night lights. It causes us to scream, hide, call for some one else to come help us fight it. Just one person to tell us that we didn't imagine things and we are not indeed loosing our minds. But the truth is the real meaning of insanity is being lost...

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