Let the dream jump

Rubye 2022-04-22 07:01:12

There are three places in the film that earned my choking
. The first is that Billy's dad accidentally discovered that Billy was teaching Mike ballet at the boxing gym. At that time, he was disappointed, shocked, confused, or annoyed. At that time, Billy bravely used his actions to prove that he was right. The love of ballet seems to think in his heart when he sees his son putting in the performance: maybe billy really has the talent for ballet, maybe he shouldn't force him to do things he doesn't like all the time, it's all due to people's common perception : Boys who learn ballet will be considered gay Boys who learn ballet will be made fun of and at this time Billy's father ran out of the boxing gym crying. At this time, he was guilty, happy or helpless

. The second is that Billy's father danced to earn Billy The school fees had to be reinstated as a miner at the betrayal of the striker's son and partner When tony and dad hugged, my dad was forced to tell the truth I was moved or I took my wife's jewelry to make money from London This is a man who is willing to give everything for the hope of his son. What's more, Billy hasn't taken the test at this time. Whether he can enter the school is still unknown. It's all for an unknown dream


. When billy was accepted, he ran on the street just like when billy often ran on the street, his body was on fire and he happily told his friends that billy was accepted he is proud of billy~


a lot of details in the film are often The school notice that can capture the hearts of the audience the most is
here. Billy also went home from school. Dad and grandma tony quickly gathered around the table.
Waiting for Billy to reveal the answer Billy didn't dare to take it apart in front of them, so he went back to his room and watched the few seconds when the door was closed, father and grandmother tony looked at Billy together, frowning, presumably at this time their hearts were more than a deer run Soon Billy took the letter out slowly. It was his expression on camera. He frowned at first, then relaxed Breathing and Breathing Seeing this, I feel completely convinced that he was got it. I guess: He frowned because the letter at the beginning of the letter said that what he did was not violent, and the answer was vague. He said nothing and didn't know. Relax. It means that the teachers think he is very passionate about ballet. The key is what billy said at the end. That passage and Billy saw that he was accepted, so he was relieved. As for the confused expression, you still remember when Billy went to the exam and said that it would only be a waste of time there, so Billy didn't like it at first, so he was confused about this. Is the choice really right? Will he like it there? Will he become more powerful? And later, Billy also asked his father if he didn't like school, could he go home? Finally, his exhalation is a true portrayal of the big stone in his heart. By the way, pay attention It's so funny to tell the truth from other people's micro expressions I love it I marked this movie

before and thought it was a woman when I saw the cover- -

anyway , I love this movie

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Extended Reading
  • Keenan 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    The kids did a great job. This is an inspirational film, isn't it? Before finishing the dance, the judges all applauded, and the fate has changed since then. Inspirational means that the whole world is here to help you achieve your dreams because of your own perseverance and love, and of course your talent.

  • Charlotte 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Isn't it so touching? Isn't this story equivalent to the children in the poverty-stricken valley who went to university after studying hard. . And he didn't suffer any setbacks

Billy Elliot quotes

  • Billy: Miss, you don't fancy me do, do you?

    Mrs. Wilkinson: No, Billy. Funnily enough, I don't. Now piss off!

    Billy: [smiling] Piss off yourself.

  • Dad: I'm bustin' my ass for those 50 pences and you're - look, from now on, you stay here and look out for your Nana. Got that? Good.

    Grandma: They used to say I could have been a professional dancer if I'd had the trainin'!

    Dad: WILL YOU SHUT UP?

    Billy: I hate you! You're a bastard!