Aviator Film Essay

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Sevilla, Kimberly A. Psy-33 The Aviator film is biographical drama film that I inspired. Having an Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is not so easy, it is an anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear, or worry, by repetitive behaviors aimed at reducing at associated anxiety or by combination of such obsession and compulsions. While Hughes is simultaneously growing more unstable due to severe OCD he tried his best and he became a successful film producer and an aviator. There is a part to myself of admiring OCD because of having the good advantage of it that will help to be successful. Hughes becomes obsessed with shooting the film realistically, aiming to be perfect and organized film. But his passion remain the same, the aviation. And even he crashed in a beet field because of pushing a new speed record, he never give up. But also, bad advantages of OCD affect to perform his everyday lives characterized by the repetition of phrases, and a phobia of dust and germs. The sad thing, Hughes grows increasingly paranoid, planting microphones and tapping Gardner's phone lines to keep track of her. Because of searching by the FBI for incriminating evidence, it creates powerful psychological trauma. It is not over because Hughes effectively defends himself against Brewster's charges and accuses, he effectively defends himself against Brewster's charges and accuses. It is very inspiring, even of having that disorder, he did finally, the flashback to his boyhood, being washed by his mother, and resolving he would fly the fastest aircraft ever built, make the biggest movies ever and become the richest man in the world. Having disorder doesn’t means that you are nothing in this world. Sometimes, it is the way to fulfill your goal. And sometimes, those person that having abnormalities is better to the normal

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