Growth education is very important

Rachelle 2022-04-23 07:01:53

It's a great educational video. Jenny, the heroine, is smart, beautiful, and the best in class; but she meets a gentleman who takes her to concerts, to Paris, to Oxford, and Jenny, after living a life she has never experienced before, begins to feel Studying is useless and boring; she gave David the most precious first time on her 17th birthday. Later, when David proposed to her, she was confused and asked her parents for their opinions. Her parents had no education or money. She used to think that her daughter could only get what she wanted by going to Oxford University; but now David can give Jenny what she wants. Yes, her parents didn't object, and at the same time Jenny dropped out of school and wanted to marry David, only to find out that David had a wife and kids, and she wasn't the first kid to be fooled. Jenny is brave, at least more useful than her parents, has the courage, she faced it alone, went to ask the principal to take her back, was rejected, she went to the teacher again. In the end, she was admitted to Oxford University as she wished, and the boy who accompanied her wanted to take her to Paris. She was as excited as if she had never been there, but she knew that she was different from those students.

I really think this film is very well done. There is no doubt that David gave Jenny a material life that many girls yearn for, but in the end it turned out to be a scam. The heroine is very brave. She did not give up on herself, but sought help; she knew She knew that her parents were incapable of helping her, so she could only face and study on her own, and finally be admitted to university. Only knowledge can change destiny, and only university graduation can give you the life you want. Girls, don't depend on others, others will turn their backs on you one day.

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An Education quotes

  • [last lines]

    Jenny: One of the boys I dated, and they were boys, suggested that we go to Paris and I said I'd always wanted to see Paris. As if I'd never been!

  • David: Do you go to concerts?

    Jenny: No. We don't believe in concerts.

    David: Oh, I assure you, they're real.