That's good. :)In the movie, Mr Hollandís Opus, there are many issues that relate to human growth and development. One of the many that are worth
mentioning is the relationship between Holland and his students.
Try:In the beginning, Hollandís goal was to write one memorable piece of music that would be in the music scene forever. However, he ends up teaching music at a high school hoping it would pay off the bills.
- At the beginning of the movie Hollandís goal is to write one memorable piece of music that will be a part of the music scene forever. However, he ends up teaching music at a high school hoping that will pay off bills.
Movies are not real life. In real life after something happens it becomes part of the past. In a movie there is not a past tense the same way there is in real life. In a move the characters are, in a sense, immortal, living their lives over and over and over.
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