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Disuguaglianze e pregiudizi su Billy Elliot

by Massimo Spina

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Disuguaglianze e pregiudizi nel film "Billy Elliot"
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  • pag.3 trailer del film
  • pag.4 consegna del prodotto
  • pag.5 traduzione della sintesi del film in italiano
  • pag.6 sintesi del film in inglese
  • pag.7 traduzione della sintesi del film in italiano
  • pag.8 sintesi del film in inglese
  • pag.9 Billy Elliot e le disuguaglianze - riflessioni
  • pag.10 Billy Elliot e le disuguaglianze - riflessioni

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Trailer "Billy Elliot"
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Facciamo subito una sintesi del film, traduciamola in lingua inglese e scriviamo le nostre riflessioni
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Billy Elliot (2000) is a British coming-of-age drama film directed by Stephen Daldry and written by Lee Hall. Set in County Durham, England, during the 1984–1985 miners' strike, the film follows a young boy who discovers a passion for ballet.
Eleven-year-old Billy Elliot lives in a small mining town in Northern England. His father, Jackie, and older brother, Tony, are both miners on strike. Billy's mother is dead, and his grandmother helps to raise him.
One day, Billy's father takes him to the local boxing gym. Billy is not interested in boxing, but he is drawn to the ballet class that is being held in the same building. He starts taking ballet lessons in secret, and he quickly discovers that he has a natural talent for dance.

Billy's father is initially opposed to his son's interest in ballet, but he eventually comes to support him. Billy's ballet teacher, Mrs. Wilkinson, encourages him to pursue his dream of becoming a professional dancer.
Billy faces many challenges as he tries to balance his passion for ballet with the expectations of his family and community. He is bullied by some of the other boys in his town, and he struggles to keep up with his schoolwork. However, he is determined to succeed, and he eventually wins a place at the Royal Ballet School in London.

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