Though Will Hunting (Matt Damon) has genius-level intelligence (such as a talent for memorizing facts and an intuitive ability to prove sophisticated mathematical theorems), he works as a janitor at MIT and lives alone in a sparsely furnished apartment in an impoverished South Boston neighborhood. An abused foster child, he subconsciously blames himself for his unhappy upbringing and turns this self-loathing into a form of self-sabotage in both his professional and emotional lives. Hence, he is unable to maintain either a steady job or a steady romantic relationship. In the first week of class, Will solves a difficult graduate-level math problem that Professor Gerald Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgård), a Fields Medalist and combinatorialist, left on a chalkboard as a challenge to his students, hoping someone might solve the problem by the semester’s end. Everyone at MIT wonders who solved it, and Lambeau puts another problem on the board — one that took him and his colleagues two years to prove.
The above synopsis is about the movie I just watched. This movie educate us about what our life would be? What we need for life? And what do you want to do with your life?
Some people don’t know anything deep inside their heart. But either someone told and force you about doing what you don’t like or you are affraid of doing something good for your life.
Well, this movie is reflecting our real life. Some teacher or parents want their children to be somebody else but never care about what their children need. Some child will do but others won’t. We should know about our future, where are we going? What are our passions? And with these simple questions, just answer and be honest to your life. Are you on the right track to live you life to the fullest??
“Sean: Real loss is only possible when you love something more than you love yourself.”