This is an important film because it really captures the effect that war has on an individual and the people around. His whole life changed because of the war. Every thing he considered normal before entering the war has all changed to something different. When going about your everyday life you tend not to think of theses things. It brings a whole new perspective to my eyes. In the short documentary film the most important things I saw was how hard his transition was back to normal society. He felt as if he wanted to be alone pushing all the people in his life away as people were pushing him away just like the congress man did when he wanted to talk.
I think when vets come back from war they should be greeted with government officials, family, friends and anybody apart of the community to show that these people are very appreciated for what they do for this great country. We should welcome them back with open arms and listen to what they have to say. Help them through their struggles. Give them the option to go through rehabilitation.
The sense of community between them all. They work hard and will help each other if needed. They work together as one. Bums are completely different than hobos. They could be described as leeches. Only take with nothing in return. They are completely lazy unlike the hobos.
If I had no car and had to look for a new job or opportunity. I would go to a big city. They would have many opportunities for jobs and or a place to further my education. I would work for what I have because good things come to people who strive out and get it.