Theory Of Everything Thesis Statement

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The theory of everything is a British biographical romantic movie which was adapted from a memoir by Jane Hawking (nee Wilde) titled Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen. The memoir focuses on the life and relationship that Jane shared with her ex-husband, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and in turn so does the movie. The movie follows events to how the main character is diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) as was the case with Hawking in real life. This paper posits that The Theory of Everything is first and foremost a powerful story of friendship and loyalty in addition to being about perseverance and the unrelenting passion to achieve something big, even in the most challenging of circumstances. What is more important is that it is a story of love in the face of an acute illness because love is the greatest tool and the most powerful motivator that pushes one to keep moving forward in order to achieve big things as was the case in the movie. The thesis argument provided above will be the basis of the presentation for…show more content…
In support of the thesis statement of this paper the film shares the meaningful themes of love, hope and inspiration. The major point of the film is to perhaps encourage people to live life the way the real life Stephen Hawking continues to live it, with hope and no desire to give up. It is because he did not lose hope, and had an amazing support system of friends and family that Hawking has been able to realize his life goals. This brings us to the second key pillar of the film; love and dedication. According to the films’ director as quoted by Hiscott, the film is a beautiful depiction of a relationship tested by the immense hardships of disease (30). The way Jane decides to still marry and continue loving Stephen as a disabled person is nothing short of inspiring and her dedication to him is unfaltering throughout the years that they stay
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