Good Will Hunting

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Music and Movies

 

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Steven D

 

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November 4, 2014

 

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University

 

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The final development of the Characters a. A solution is found between the two characters b. Resolution is made and the ending of movie Good Will Hunting is the Miramax movie written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, and directed by Gus Van Sant. Starring the two Academy Award winning writers Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, plus Academy Award winning actor Robin Williams, Academy Award nominee Minnie Driver, and Stellen Skarsgard the movie went on to be nominated for 9 Academy Awards and win two The movie is based around the life of Will Hunting (Matt Damon), who is a troubled orphan growing in the slums of South Boston, referred to as "Southie"...
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A reviewer noted on the personal relationship between Affleck and Damon, based on having truly raised in South Boston: "A good example of this is a brief transaction early in the film in which Affleck buys a hamburger for one of his moocher buddies. When the kid says he only has 16 cents, Affleck holds on to the burger, telling him that he can pay a few cents a week and put the sandwich on layaway...
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