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"Rudy", set in 1975 is an award winning drama in which years of effort are rewarded by a brief moment of glory. The movie is based on the true story of Daniel Ruttiger, but was also known as Rudy among his family and friends. Rudy was five foot and weighed in at a hundred nothing. People around Rudy looked at him as a person without a spec of talent, but what those people failed to notice was his true talent of determination. Rudy was determined to live out his childhood dream of playing football for Norte Dame and nothing was going to stop him. Family, friends, and educational institutions put down Rudy for believing me himself. This was because in the people's opinion Rudy was too small, dumb, and poor to attend Norte Dame and play football. After every thing was all said and done, Rudy had to prove them wrong. The "Rudy" film is demonstrative master piece of inspiration, dedication, and a man with heart.

The first aspect that I noticed about the movie was how inspired Rudy was to plat Norte Dame Football. As a child, Rudy appreciated the glory of Football...


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