The chosen film was Dancing on a Dream. This film was about a young girl named Michaela DePrince, who lost her father to the rebels in the civil war. Michaela was then sent to an orphanage by her uncle, and was treated unfairly because she had vitiligo. In this film, Michaela DePrince was eventually adopted into a loving family who helped her fulfill her dream of dancing (Liberty Mutual, 2013). Here, Tecoyia will discuss the issues that occurred in this film, as well as the ethical social pressures and decision that prevented these issues.
There are many issues in this film that should be address. First issue was a young girl losing her father in the bloody civil war by the rebels. The child became angry with everyone because she could not wake up and see her father anymore. The next issue would be the child’s mother trying to feed the children. The mother would not eat at times to make sure the children were feed. The next issue would be the uncle putting the child in an orphanage. Sending a child, who is already upset, to live with complete strangers can be dangerous. The child could become more depressed from being away from family. Another issue was the child feeling unwanted by the orphanage and having to compete for food, clothes and presents. Also for being judged for having an unknown disease, and being called the devils child.
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