Then it happened, April 13th, was indeed a very important day, especially day to the Union. This was an immense advantage, and gave the Union huge economic power, especially trade Mississippi River. More battles took place, such as the Battle of Antietam which was the first battle that took place in Northern territory, totalling 23, casualties with 4, deaths. During the movie, Marty, the senior partner for the law firm, withheld his intentions of merging the firm with another and in the process of doing so, took on the case of defending U-North, which he knew lied to their customers. In both movies, the characters could have chosen to be truthful to their colleagues from the beginning, instead of taking a path of dishonesties. He instructed troops to invade a country that he new did not have anything to do with the far and caused the lives so many people.
Lincoln Movie Reflection
Film Analysis Of The Movie Lincoln - Words | Bartleby
I've rarely been more aware than during Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" that Abraham Lincoln was a plain-spoken, practical, down-to-earth man from the farmlands of Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. He had less than a year of formal education and taught himself through his hungry reading of great books. I still recall from a childhood book the image of him taking a piece of charcoal and working out mathematics by writing on the back of a shovel. Lincoln lacked social polish but he had great intelligence and knowledge of human nature. The hallmark of the man, performed so powerfully by Daniel Day-Lewis in "Lincoln," is calm self-confidence, patience and a willingness to play politics in a realistic way.
Lincoln Movie Review
Lincoln was one of the greatest presidents of United States and he made a big change to our country by stopping slavery. Not only did he save slaves but he also stopped the Southern states from seceding. Even though Mr.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Lost Cause? Not in Lincoln The movie Lincoln , directed by Steven Spielberg, is a good representation of Civil War history with major emphasis on emancipation and the Thirteenth Amendment. One thing to notice is that this recent movie does not jump onto the Confederate Lost Cause bandwagon like many of the older movies I saw in the past.