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Overcoming Obstacles in "Forrest Gump"

Summary: A summary and description of the characters Forrest Gump, Jenny, and Lieutenant Dan in the movie "Forrest Gump," taken from a psychological point of view. The movie's portrayals of the ways in which these characters cope with different obstacles in their lives show how everyone has the ability to overcome mental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
Forrest Gump, starring Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump, portrays several characters and various ways they cope with different obstacles in their lives. A few characters with significant demonstrations of being affected by personal issues are Forrest Gump, Jenny, and Lieutenant Dan.

Forrest Gump is, what seems to be, a simple man with a significantly low intelligence quotient. However, he really is a complex person with a kind heart. He never gets angry and has a natural inclination to try to understand everybody. He loves his mother and listens to everything she says carefully. When he was a boy, he had to wear leg braces. On his first day of school, people treated him differently because of his disability. As he boarded the bus, nobody would let him sit with him with the exception of Jenny. Throughout the movie, he demonstrates that intelligence in now way...

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