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Wonder the backdrop of inspiration is cold and hypocritical

The movie “Miracle Boy” tells a seemingly warm, seemingly inspiring story, but the back side of all the performances shows us the other side of warm and cold. The young boy, Auggie, was born with a facial defect and grew up with multiple surgeries, and his face still looks still solid. In order to protect her from society’s strange eyes, mom Isabel chose to give up her job and career to grow up with him, a family classroom began to run, the teacher is the mother, the students are the son.

There is no excuse for the mother’s psychology and behavior, which is the love and dedication of a mother. In the meanest words in China, it’s not your fault if you look ugly, but it’s your fault if you come out and scare people. It was the fear that such meanness would cause harm to Auggie that changed the family’s mode of operation: Auggie, with his facial defects, was the sun of the family, and his father, Nate, mother, Isabelle, and sister, Via, were the planets revolving around the sun.

The family classroom lasted four years before Isabelle decided to enroll Auggie in public school to grow up with children his own age. Inevitably, Auggie felt strange, surprised, astonished looks, and taunting remarks at school. With the exception of a few kids who openly teased Auggie about his resemblance to a monster from Star Wars, teachers and classmates were careful not to irritate him. But all of this came to a head at lunchtime when no one wanted to eat at the same table as Auggie. A boy named Julian came over with a plate under false pretenses, and when Auggie thought someone was finally willing to approach him, Julian made a mocking remark and went off to eat with the other children with his plate.

The first day of school was tough for Auggie, especially during recess, when the tree-lined campus was filled with students and his contorted face would be the center of strange stares, whispers, and dismissive taunts surrounding him.

At this time, he would like to do is to put on his favorite astronaut helmet, will be replaced by another scene, do not have to show their faces, but can attract the attention of the crowd, cheering people. It is also Auggie’s dream to be an astronaut, and even in his daily life at home, Auggie often wears an astronaut helmet. For a child with physical defects, the most important thing is not what his family and the outside world think of him, nor the care and love of his family and friends, but his own perception of himself. He has to accept himself as he is inside and have an objective perception of himself in order to cope with or ignore the strange looks from the outside world.

Before Auggie went to school, he also wore an astronaut helmet at home, and that was because he felt special care from his family, and that meant he was a child who needed special care, and this kind of being cared for was out of the love of his family. But he didn’t want to be treated differently, he wanted to be an ordinary, normal kid, but he wasn’t, he accepted his specialness, isolated himself and lived in a world he liked. For the weak and disabled, real coldness is a little more real than deliberate hypocrisy, and even those real kindnesses from family and friends can make the pampered feel very lame and weak.

In a sense, feeling pampered is an even worse situation to be in. You can’t speak ill of those who are genuinely kind to you, you can’t say you make me feel worthless. But deep down, you are angry at those who really treat you well, and this anger is caused by realities that you cannot change, such as facial deformities, such as being born with a dwarf, and so on.

The film uses different perspectives of different people to deal with the same scenario, showing the different aspects of a relationship. The mother, Isabelle, gives up her career and gives selflessly, which is a heavy price for herself and an emotional burden for Auggie.

Her older sister, Via, who learned early to cope independently with everything in her studies and life because of her younger brother, is occasionally jealous of Auggie and the fact that he occupies all of her parents’ attention and companionship with his vulnerability. A very rare time of motherly companionship was interrupted by her brother’s accident at school. She is an understanding child, but she is also a child who needs the love of her parents. However, the family’s love is severely skewed due to Auggie’s facial deformity.

Auggie’s classmate Jack was initially asked by the school to approach, and make friends with Auggie, and later was really fond of dating Auggie, but because of an unintentional mistake on a social occasion on Halloween, he may have spoken out of turn, or he may have been straightforward and said to a few boys who were together: If I look like him, I’ll die. This deeply hurt Auggie behind the mask, in his favorite Halloween, in everyone can wear or bizarre or exaggerated mask of the holiday, no one noticed his facial deformity, however, is also most likely to hear the truth. On Halloween, sometimes a deliberate disguise is closer to the truth than a real fake smile. Auggie and Jack’s relationship is instantly sealed.

Later, when other students thought that contact with Auggie would be infected with germs, a little girl with a dinner plate sat across from him and bravely befriended him. Later on, Auggie and Jack also released their differences and became good friends again. Later, Auggie was named the most outstanding student of the school year. A warm and inspiring story has a positive and sunny ending.

The film deliberately creates a warm environment with only one Julian on the opposite side, showing the coldness and cruelty of the real world. But the real world, will not be as warm as the film, Auggie around more than likely Julian, Jack is extremely scarce.

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