2006 Essay Short
Her love is deep like an ocean and she is the sky where we fly high safe.I have always felt that through our eyes she can read our mind.They are important for our mental and emotional well being. We are our own rulers as we manage our time according lo our own wish; we play, visit places, pursue our hobbies and are relaxed. Holidays give us a break from our routine and help us to refresh ourselves and go back to work with renewed energy.It is indeed true that life without holidays would become boring, making one lose all interest in work and studies after all “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”.Thus, holidays are as important for as going to school and study.The film was based off of a short story “The Bear Came over the Mountain” by Alice Munro (Munro, 2013).In both works, the author and the director portray a significant struggle between a husband and wife dealing with Alzheimer’s.
She learns to love and accept the world in a wider perspective.
Fiona, however, does not seem to go through much denial saying, “Don’t worry darling, I expect I’m just losing my mind” (Egoyan, et al., 2006) Climax The climax in the both the story(Munro, 2013) and the film (Egoyan, et al., 2006) is when Grant comes back to Meadowlake after the thirty days and finds Fiona has forgotten all about him and has taken up with Aubrey.
Just as sleep is necessary for our body similarly holidays are important for relaxation and change – they provide relief from the monotony of our daily routine. They are not only meant for enjoying but also for pursuing our hobbies and interests. There are no rules for getting up in the morning and going to school, coming back home, having lunch, playing for a short while and then completing the home work.
Summary of Story In the short story “The Bear Came over the Mountain” (Munro, 2013) and the film Away From Her (Egoyan, et al., 2006), But I can look again” (Egoyan, et al., 2006).
This quotation is meant to portray Fiona in a light manner and show how much her brain is starting to deteriorate, and that she is aware of it.