Movies do inspire us in various ways, they help us how to deal with the issues be it personal, societal or political. I myself have been the one of the people who suffered from anxiety. Indeed some of the movies and also writing help me cope up with this situation. Here are some of the inspirational movies you should watch to help you to understand how to deal with any conflict in life.
- 127 Hours
This Danny Boyle directed movie starring James Franco is a survival drama film which depicts the mountain climber who got stuck in the Grand Canyon and his desperate measures to survive.
- The Pursuit of Happiness
Starred by Will Smith as Chris Gardner is a story about the homeless salesman and his professional failures and his son’s custody to deal with.
- The Theory of Everything
The masterpiece by James Marsh is a biography of Stephen Hawkings who is an excellent researcher who learns from neurone disease and his struggle of life to be what he really wants to be, starring Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawkings.
- Forrest Gump
A man with a low IQ wanted to recount his early life when he found himself in the middle of the historical event and his urge to meet his love Jenny.
- Grave of Fireflies
Personally I adore anime and this is one of the best anime movies I have ever seen. The story revolves around the real life event of American firebombing in Japan that separates the siblings from their parents. The story states about the struggle of two siblings to live in the odd world.
Directed by Ashutosh Gowarikar and Shahrukh Khan as Mohan, an indian scientist who travels to his homeland to track his nanny Kaveri and his stay in the village to reform and advocate the village.
- 12 Years a Slave
The biographed period drama about a man who was a free African American has been forcibly sold as a slave and his 12 years of harsh struggle to get out of this situation.
- The Intern
This is the story about the 70 year old widower who applies to become a senior intern for a sceptical boss in the online fashion site as he is not cut out of his retirement.
The movie is about the man and his conflict with his sexuality with his struggle of childhood which continued as an adult.
The movie is about the child named Saroo who was separated from his family at a very early age and ended up being adopted by the Australian couple. Although he returns to India after 25 years in search of his parents.