Ten classic inspirational movies: Shawshank's Redemption
  Introducing Shawshank's Redemption:
  "The Shawshank Redemption" is directed by Frank Darabont, starring Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman and others. The film is adapted from the novel of the same name included in Stephen King's "The Four Seasons", the theme of which covers the whole film is "hope", and the whole film is displayed through the special background of forced deprivation of liberty and high emphasis on discipline Individuals' fear of "time passing, environmental transformation". The film ends with a vengeance-like vent of the Earl of Monte Cristo. In the IMDB, more than 1.6 million members were selected as the first of the 250 best films. Included in the American Film Institute's Top 100 Movies of the 20th Century.
  "Shawshank's Redemption" plot:
  The story takes place in 1947, when banker Andy was accused of shooting his wife and his lover,
  Andy was sentenced to life imprisonment, which means he will spend the rest of his life in Shawshank prison.
  Red was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder in 1927 and was unsuccessful on several parolees . He became the "authoritative figure" in Shawshank prison. As long as you can afford it, he has almost any way to get anything you want: cigarettes, candy, alcohol, and even marijuana. Whenever a new prisoner comes, everyone bets who will cry on the first night. Rhett thought that Andy, who was fragile and angry, would cry. As a result, Andy's silence caused him to lose two packs of cigarettes, but at the same time made Rhett look at him differently.
  For a long time, Andy did not contact anyone. While everyone complained, he took a leisurely walk in the yard, just like in the park. A month later, the first thing that Andy asked Red to help him with was a small pickaxe. His explanation was that he wanted to sculpt some small things to pass the time, and said that he himself tried to escape the prison. Routine inspection. Soon, Rhett played Andy's chess. Later, Andy created a huge poster of the movie star Rita Hayworth and posted it on the cell wall.
  Once, Andy and several other prisoners went out to work, and he overheard the prison officer talking about taxation. Andy said he had a way to get prison officials to legally waive the big tax, in exchange for two dozen beer bottles for each of a dozen inmate friends. Two days later, they were sitting on the roof under the sunset, drinking beer, and Rhett said he felt free for the first time in years.
  Thanks to Andy's knowledge of financial systems, he was quickly freed from the heavy physical labor and harassment of other perverted prisoners. Soon, the well-known Andy began to deal with tax issues for more and more prison guards, and even his children's schooling issues came to him for advice. At the same time, Andy has gradually become an important tool for the money laundering of Seanke Warden Warden. As Andy kept writing to the governor, he finally applied for a small sum of money for the construction of the prison library for the prison. Prison life is very bland, always looking for something to do by yourself. Andy heard that Rhett liked to play the harmonica, so he bought one for him. After the dead of night, you can hear the melodious and slight harmonica echoing in the prison.
  The arrival of a young prisoner broke Andy's peaceful life in prison: The prisoner had heard of Andy's case while serving a sentence in another prison, and he knew who was really murderous. But when Andy asked the warden to reopen the case, he was rejected and severely punished for two months in solitary confinement. In order to prevent Andy from being released, the warden designed to kill insiders.
  Facing the harsh reality, Andy became very depressed. One day, he said to Red, "If one day you can get parole, you must go somewhere to fulfill a wish for me. That is the first time I date my wife and put a big oak tree there. A box was dug up. By then you would know what it was. "That night, storms and thunders made a big noise, and Andy escaped with soul redemption.
  It turned out that for two decades, Andy has been digging holes with that little pickaxe every day, and then covered the hole with posters. After Andy was released from prison, he took away some of the black money deposited by the warden and reported the truth about corruption and bribery. In the safe where he kept his small account book, the warden saw a bible left by Andy. The first page said "The Way of Salvation is in it." There is also a hollowed out part of the Bible. Pickaxe used to hide burrows.
  After 40 years of prison life, Rhett finally got parole. He found an iron box under the oak tree agreed with Andy, with some cash and a handwritten letter from Andy. Two old friends were finally in the blue The Pacific Ocean is reunited.
  Film Review of Shawshank's Redemption: Ten Years Shawshank's Redemption
  It has been ten years since Stephen King and Frank Darabont created this great work. I know that everyone can feel the good things, but I'm sorry, my noise will still be as usual.
  In my eyes, Shawshank's redemption is related to faith , freedom and friendship.
  I. Belief
  Red says hope is dangerous and the source of mental distress. He had been in the jail for thirty years, and he was indeed qualified to say so. Because from the day he came in, the warden said, "Give your soul to God and your body to me." Except for the cigarettes and poker cards with naked girls that he can get, any other changes in this dark Nothing seems to grow inside the high walls.
  Yet Andy told him, "Remember, hope is a good thing-maybe even the best of the world. And good things never disappear."
  So Andy was able to dig the tunnel that Red thought that he couldn't pierce for 600 years. When he finally climbed out of the five hundred yards of foul-stained sewage pipe, standing in the pouring rain, he couldn't help but feel as if we saw faith pierce the dark curtain and hit a thunderbolt in the dark night. In the light, our cowardly souls appeared under Andy's open arms and trembled.
  We in the ordinary life seem to have been accustomed to step by step, used to say "that is impossible", used to have no miracles, used to, used to. But as One Flew over the Cuckcoo's Nest says, "If you don't try, how do you know?"
  Try to keep some beliefs before they are exhausted. They may not be realized in the end, or they may not make us live more meaningfully-even for myself, they will only bring me more sense of emptiness. However, I know how much I need such hypocrisy and self-deception, because you can say that I am dreaming, but I will not be the only one.
  ——We have seen that when the warden opened the Bible with Andy's hammer, he turned to that page and it was Exodus. This chapter details the process by which Jews escaped Egypt.
  Even today, I still don't understand what these two Italian women are singing. In fact, I don't want to understand. Some things are not better said. I think that it is a beautiful state that can't be described by words. But it makes you so sad.
  The voice flew high and into the clouds, more than any prisoner in prison had dreamed, as if a beautiful bird flew into this gray bird cage, making those walls disappear, and all the prisoners in the iron window felt a moment free.
  When Andy desperately showed Le Nozze di Figaro in the prison's horn, the camera slowly passed over the prisoners and guards who were blowing in the square. They moved people to stand still, leaving all the anger, viciousness and grievances in the sun, which I never felt so free. Mozart's music spread on these people, and the beautiful notes from the world seemed to wash them all innocently.
  The strong save themselves, the saints cross. Only then did I understand what Andy meant. When repairing the roof, he was fighting for beer for everyone. In fact, he was fighting for the feeling of being at home as if he was repairing his own roof. So he did not drink, but smiled with great happiness; The wedding is also to awaken their sense of freedom.
  After all, the strong are few. In the face of freedom, more people have chosen to imprison. Brooks, who has been in the prison library for fifty years, wanted to stay in prison by hurting his inmates in order not to be paroled. Is it strange? Freedom should be something that people yearn for and pursue. But the Brooks have already ruled themselves under the rules of the prison. They need rules, they need order, and without them, they can't even survive.
  "The high walls in the prison are really interesting. When you first entered prison, you hated the high walls around you; slowly, you got used to living in it; eventually you found you had to rely on it to survive. This is the system "Fake Red's mouth, Stephen King pointed to the humble.
  Brooks was freed physically, but the soul was irretrievably institutionalized. He finally failed to get rid of the dilemma of being unable to adapt to freedom and suicided himself. Wisdom like Rhett, sadly found out after he was out of prison, that he should report to the manager even if he urinates, otherwise a drop of urine will not squeeze out. He also considered how to break the rules in order to return to prison, and even considered leaving like Brooks.
  Either Busy for Living, or Busy for Death. People in a hurry may occasionally stop and jump out to see what they look like. We will eventually know that people who are accustomed to obeying the rules will pay a huge price to get used to the freedom of every individual.
  This film has nothing to do with love , except for betrayal. Some are just friendships between men in prison. The kind of friendship that Rhett and Andy place under the high wall seems to be more pure and clean than our friendships in the world. They are introverts, yet they understand everything and fit their hearts. I like this feeling. So when they finally met on the sunny beaches of the Pacific Islands, they couldn't help laughing.
  If I were in Shawshank, who would I be? If you were in Shawshank, who would you be?