Essay heading: A BEAUTIFUL MIND
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December 21, 2007
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Through the strength of her love, Nash's wife Alicia was able to help him battle the ravaging mental illness.
After a period of normal life, Nash was again subjected to constant visual and auditory hallucinations because he stopped taking his medications. In a gripping scene, he interacted with his wife and his hallucinations at the same time, but eventually came to the conclusion that his hallucinations were indeed unreal because the little girl "never gets old"...
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After many years of intense battling, Nash ultimately triumphed over his illness with his wife by his side.
The history behind this film is accurate in several ways. The movie did justice to the extreme paranoid fear experienced by John Nash during his battles with schizophrenia. By letting the viewer see the world from John's point of view from the beginning, one is able to experience the same shock that John experienced when he found out that so many aspects of his life were figments of his imagination...
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