Bryan Cranston is An American Actor

By | December 8, 2021

Bryan Cranston.

Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo in Slumdog Millionaire.

I’ve been watching the movie Slumdog Millionaire, which is about an Indian boy named Ajay, who competes for a million dollar prize in the Indian version of a deadly game show called Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo in Slumdog Millionaire.

In October 2008, I watched the movie Slumdog Millionaire, which is about an Indian boy named Ajay, who competes for a million dollar prize in the Indian version of a deadly game show called Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

I believe it’s beautiful and somewhat controversial. It doesn’t just entertain me — it makes me angry. And in that moment, I realized that many issues are not discussed when I’m watching that film.

Bryan Cranston.

One of the biggest problems is that Ajay and the other children in the film don’t talk about social media, nor should they. Social media can be a great driver of change. But we don’t discuss it in the movie, for one reason: We don’t see the negatives.

In another film called I Am Curious How Many Times It Takes to Tell a Lie, a man is having a conversation with a taxi driver who refuses to speak to him about the reality of politics. This man replies, “It’s not personal, this man knows nothing.”

In the film, you don’t hear about the demonization of Muslims. In fact, if you watch the film you’ll see that the film depicts Muslims as the ones who are dangerous, who should be treated differently, and who should be barred from running for office.

This is how the world should work. And it doesn’t work like that. But we don’t see how that affects the people around us. We see the problems and the not so good things, but don’t see the person next to us suffering.

Bryan Cranston.

Let’s look at the movie again. In Slumdog Millionaire, there are almost nothing at all that is dramatic, etc. But when someone is faced with a situation that is, in my opinion, life or death, something changes. When this happens, you have to pay attention to that change.

We can’t discuss social media, or racism, the demonization of Muslims, because we never see the shadows behind the thought.

Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo in Slumdog Millionaire.

We don’t see how much damage is being done, how much trauma is being experienced. We don’t see the maskless person as they stand beside us. We don’t see who goes through the problems. We don’t see the people around us suffering silently.

We don’t have a parallel story to tell because we don’t even consider the new reality in which we’re living. We see those scenes differently.

In the movie, Dalton Trumbo, a Stanford professor who left China in an attempt to escape the war that was happening there, is trying to get back to the United States, but he’s finding himself in trouble. He’s an ex-con, and he’s working as a taxi driver.

Bryan Cranston is a politically charged movie, and there is a lot of debate about it. Everyone has a different opinion on it. This is why there is not a parallel story to tell.

Why is there not a parallel story to tell? I believe that it’s because we have to pay attention to the shadows behind the thought, rather than relish the positives.

Of course, if we pay attention to the lies, we will live in hell.

It’s how we should live, and we need to know the darkness is real, that the bad in society should be looked at, and not be shielded behind fake smiles and feelings of gratitude.

It’s a truth that needs to be told. If we don’t, we will live behind a mask of lies.

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