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Today I'm gonna write a review about this movie "Dead Poets Society" It was my high school day and I'm at 17 years old of age when I first saw this movie during the Literature subject our teacher showed us this movie.
This film is to inspire and bolden you to be the best version of yourself.
A new English teacher, John Keating (Robin Williams), is introduced to an all-boys preparatory school that is known for its ancient traditions and high standards. He uses unorthodox methods to reach out to his students, who face enormous pressures from their parents and the school. With Keating's help, students Neil Perry (Robert Sean Leonard), Todd Anderson (Ethan Hawke), and others learn to break out of their shells.
Keating encourages his students to make their lives extraordinary and summarizes this sentiment by extorting them in Latin "carpe diem" (seize the day). The family of each guy dictating them and manipulate the path that they took after the school year which makes them pressured and uncomfortable. Mr. Keating wants them to chase what they want and "live their life to the fullest" and that's what the students do.
Neil Perry found out that Keating is a member of the secret club "The Dead Poets' Society" during his school days which makes him inspired and every night the guys secretly went to the cave without permission, they make the cave as Headquarters and they starting reading and spitting poems.
Neil discovers his passion for acting and he takes a lead role in
" A midsummer's night dream" in which they won.
Neil's father Discovers about his acting and he seeks for his Captain's advice and Keating tells him to stand up and fight for what he loves.
He lied to his father and unfortunately, his father appears at the performance on the following day and caught him on the stage. He takes his son aggressively and forced him to go to military school and study medicine at Harvard.
Neil feels depression and sadness that force him to commit suicide.
They blamed Mr. Keating and then Mr. Nolan, the headmaster fires him upon leaving the room his students Todd stands on his desk followed by Knox, Gerard, steven and half of the students do the same and salutes Keating with the word "Captain! My Captain!"
They call Mr. Keating "Captain, My Captain! instead Sir or Mister.
"Carpe Deim Seize the day" for me is not just a statement or a word, for me, it means a lot.