Analysis of Forrest Gump Using Risk and Resilience Ecological Theory YourFirstName YourLastName Your University December 3, 2010 Analytical Categories Character description The protagonist of the film Forrest Gump, the character Forrest Gump, is the focus of this paper. The film follows his age from childhood until his mid- to late-30s. Forrest was a European American male. His sexual orientation was definitively heterosexual, although his only interest was his beloved, Jenny Curran. Forrest was not the most academically inclined individual in a classical sense; however he was a college graduate. In fact, he had a lot of trouble in school as a child. However, he was by no means unintelligent. Artiles, Kozleski, Trent, Osher, and Ortiz...The end:
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