Dead Poets Society is a film directed by Peter Weir in 1989, starring Robbie Williams. The plot takes place in a very conservative college in New England, where a friendly teacher – professor Keating -, nonconformist and open to changes, encourages the pupils of his class to find out their own personalities in study and life, to follow their dreams and “carpe diem”, to act and think independently and not by following their relatives’ and grandparents’ expectations. Essentially, professor Keating incites his pupils to change the world through the power of words. One of the most heart-breaking scenes of the film is the death of one of the college’s students who, being in conflict with his parents, chooses to take his own life. Unfortunately, professor Keating is blamed for this death, and he is forced to leave the college. Nonetheless, all his pupils will never forget him and will always remember him as “captain my captain” and all his lessons.
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