Avatar” is the story of an ex-Marine who finds himself thrust into hostilities on an alien planet filled with exotic life forms. As an “Avatar,” a human mind in an alien body, he finds himself torn between two worlds, in a desperate fight for his own survival and that of the indigenous people. This movie includes completely a completely different language spoken by the natives. Avatar is a film that looks at some major concerns with our planet through the story set on another planet, Pandora. The people there worship those hills where they believe reside their traditional gods who protect them from all ills. The tribal have been living in perfect harmony with the nature around them. They are now facing the threat of being uprooted from what has been their home forever thanks to mining multinationals beneath the hills. This story is being repeated in many different parts of the world today. Many people and animals are being uprooted from their natural home and environment because humans are starting to take over. Our population is growing so we have to find room to house these people. Humans are trying to destroy many homes of tribes and animals just because it is better for some people. This movie catches our attention because it uses so much imagination. Many more people will watch Avatar rather than watch a documentary on how people are destroying native lands. This film takes up the major people-versus-development issue in an accessible way. Avatar is presented in a good versus evil way. There are a few good humans that eventually take the natives side to help them save their native land and people. This could be converted to our world by saying it only takes a few good humans to save the planet in many different ways. It also means that we as humans need to be respectful to and learn to live in harmony with nature. We need to learn to use nature’s resources in a sustainable way.
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