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Myra Hird, in the International Feminist Journal of Politicsargued that John and Brandon exemplify two different and contrasting types of masculinity, and that Brandon's version is preferred by the film's female characters, comparing them to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jimmy Stewartrespectively. Archived from the original on October 20, Trivia Emmy was estranged from her father, after the movie her dad calls her to tell her he has cancer. Retrieved April 27, Archived from the original on February 21, Yes No Report this. He later said he wanted his character to be "likable, sympathetic even", because he wanted the audience "to understand why they would hang out with me.
It might be from different circumstances, but the pain is the same. At that time, the film was still called Take It Like a Man. This movies educates people, to some extent, about ALS and its destructiveness but also the hardships of caring for an individual with a crippling disease and what you can do to help an individual through music or swimming or just trying to do normal things like go out. Those of us watching the film saw a real relationship there. Tom and John violently confront Brandon, forcing him to remove his pants and reveal his genitals. John and Tom…are never shown preparing for masculinity.