Man Without a Face
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    • by Jolly
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      I am reviewing the movie, Man Without a Face, which came out in 1993. It stars Mel Gibson as Justin McLeod, an outsider who lives in isolation, who has nothing but the past and the company of his dog. Nick Stahl plays the part of a young, troubled boy who comes from a broken home.

      His father killed himself in a mental institution years ago,


      leaving him with his mother and two half sisters. He is misunderstood and confused, and wants desperately to get into the military school where his father had gone.

      He seeks help of Mel Gibson’s character, who used to be a professor himself years ago. As the two of them spend time together, the young boy realizes that the “freak” isn’t a freak at all.

      The ...


      • two of them develop a strong bond, and they both teach each other things neither will ever forget. Mel Gibson made his directing debut with this movie, and I must say he did a fine job.

        I love this movie. There are parts about it where the acting is not so good, but not on Mel Gibson’s part.

        He is always a fine actor.

        The scenery to this movie is beautiful, and it teaches many valuable lessons.

        It shows that people’s judgments and rumors are hurtful and wrong most of the time, and that society has a tendency to judge those who are different. This movie explores the powerful meaning of friendship, love, and devotion.

        It is a truly heartwarming and touching film. I recommend it to anyone.




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