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  • He becomes very happy upon this discovery

    • by Francis

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      ‘There will be blood’ is a good English movie. But it is also rather sad to watch this movie because the movie shows the exploitation of the lower class. Directed by Paul Thomas, the movie is a grim one. The main actor has performed well. It is not possible to find any flaw in his performance.

      Daniel and his partner are both greedy

      people. Also, they are too ambitious. Now, we see that they are okay with each other on the outer surface, but inwardly, they are against each other. They do not want to share wealth with each other. Daniel accidentally discovers silver. He becomes very happy upon this discovery. One can notice the greed of Daniel.

      Now it so happens that the partner of ...

      • Daniel expires. Then a boy tells him that there might be oil on the farm. Now Daniel starts struggling for the oil. He also exploits certain people.

        Now we can see in the movie that the people of the low society are exploited by the greedy and ambitious people. There is progress in society when people are industrious, but this industriousness also brings

        in exploitation. The movie is good, story is good, but is also painful to watch. Of course, it gives some insights into the natures of the greedy and overly ambitious people. It also tells us about the exploitation which is done by these greedy people. Therefore, the movie is rightly called ‘There will be blood’.

        I will rate it 7 out of 10 points.

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