The Elephant Man Essay

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As far as the plot goes Ebert thought it was just about the worst thing in the world. He commented on it several times throughout his review. In his opinion, the plot was far from accurate, the film attempted to make Merrick courageous, and he felt the beginning was “inexcusable” and the end was “equally idiotic”...
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The one thing Ebert seemed to disapprove of more was his idea of the argument of the film. He felt that the argument was that John Merrick was courageous. He completely disagreed with this and felt that true courage is a “man who chooses to face hardship for a good purpose” whereas he saw Merrick as the other kind of courageous, “a man who is simply doing the best he can under the circumstances”...
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