The Fearless Review

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Death after Life—the Fearless Movie Review After a traumatic experience, it’s normal to feel frightened, sad, anxious, and disconnected. Usually, as time passes, the upset fades and you start to enjoy life again. But sometimes the trauma you experienced is so overwhelming that you find that you can’t move on. You feel stuck with painful memories that don’t fade and a constant sense of danger. If you went through a traumatic experience and are having trouble getting back to your regular life, reconnecting to others, and feeling safe again, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). When you have PTSD, it can seem like you’ll never get over what happened or feel normal again. But help is available—and you are not alone. If you are willing to seek treatment, reach out to others for support, and work on developing new coping skills, you will be able to overcome the symptoms of PTSD and move on with your life. Film Summary In the film “Fearless”, Max and hundreds of others are in a dive towards the ground; the plane is out of control and cannot be saved for anything. But amazingly, Max survives and finds the strength to get the other survivors off the plane. Although Max does not believe it himself, he is a hero to the survivors and their families. Max actually feels like he cheated death, but he takes this `second chance' to find his inner peace. On the way to finding to his inner peace, he helps Carla, played by Rosie Perez, find her way back to the reality of the world. While helping Carla, who feels responsible for her baby's death, his own family is falling apart right before his eyes. His wife, played by Isabella Rossellini, does not understand his new-found friendship with Carla, and starts to become jealous of their relationship, pulling her away from Max. She also does not understand his new journey, which also pulls her away. This

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