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9 Movies that will Make you Want to Study
17:06 30 March 2021
If you miss being in school and sitting in university, writing diplomas and essays at night, discussing with professors, and just learning new things, then our today's selection is for you.
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Dead Poets Society
A cult film with a great cast (Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard) from an Academy Award-winning screenplay. The picture is about a private school for boys in which there is a new literature teacher. He will help his students not just learn to speak their minds, but, first and foremost, to respect themselves and gain confidence.
David Green, who could not even dream of getting into America's most prestigious college, is at the center of the story, but he got lucky and was accepted - thanks to his achievements in sports. But the young man has a secret that he cannot tell. As fate would have it, this secret has become known to everyone, and yesterday's friends become enemies. The film is remarkable not only for the plot but also for the opportunity to watch young Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck.
Another movie on the subject of raising troubled teens starring the charming Michelle Pfeiffer. The picture adaptation of LouAnn Johnson's autobiographical book. After service in the Marines, this "iron lady" came to work in a school for troubled children, where her army service skills certainly came in handy.
The Imperial Club
William Hundert, Kevin Klein's character, is an ordinary-looking teacher who teaches the history of the ancient world in college and aims to raise young men to be real men. But one day a new student Sedgwick Bell, the son of a senator who does not recognize any authority and does not want to learn, comes to Mr. Hundert's class. Hundert tries to re-educate the arrogant youngster before it is too late, but he does not yet know what mistake he will make. They face an uphill battle, which will not be over until 25 years after the events highlighted in the film.
Teacher of the Year
Canada, USA, 2003
"Teacher of the Year" is a film about how the most boring things can be made into something interesting that will take your breath away and be a lot of fun. It is also the story of a new history teacher, Mr. D., who chooses the original path and treats his subject as the history of ordinary people, using unusual methods with a hands-on approach. On the other side is experienced teacher Matt Warner, who is a science teacher and chooses more conservative methods than Mr. D. At the end of the year, the school chooses the best teacher, and this is where the war between Mr. D and Matt Warner breaks out...
Mona Lisa's Smile
Katherine Anne Watson (played by Julia Roberts), a Berkeley graduate, gets a job teaching art history at Wellesley College for Women. She is ambitious and progressive, but patriarchal attitudes prevail among the college administrators and faculty. With passionate enthusiasm, the new teacher throws herself into the fight for gender equality and has a huge impact on the female students, forcing them to take a new look at the role of women in this world.
School of Rock
USA, Germany, 2003
Where would one go without comedies? "School of Rock" is a movie about a musician who is in a desperate situation (he was kicked out of the band) poses as a teacher and gets a job at an elite children's school. Everything would be fine, but the main character is a real rocker, so it is not his style to lead monotonous lessons. Here comes the fun part!
A biographical film about the university years of the outstanding British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. The film will fascinate not only those who are interested in physics but also those who do not understand a word of the theories. After all, the film is also about how a man loses control of his body, but does not lose control of his mind, does not lose hope and passion for his cause.
Germany, USA, 2006
America. 90-е. Poor neighborhoods. A young teacher arrives in this gray monotony to teach teenagers, but instead of diligent students, she sees troublemakers and hooligans with whom it is difficult to find common ground. It would seem that they are incorrigible, but it turns out that all they need is a little understanding and support.