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  1. To summarize…

    1. You need to be responsible for your actions (also: do to people as you want them to do to you)

    2. Forgiveness is above revenge. In part 6, this is shown by the example of the opposite (personally, I think this is a very worthy belief)

    3. People should be able to cope with the difficulties themselves, as much as possible. Part 4 is about this (By the way, this wisdom is reflected in nature: if you help a butterfly to get out of its cocoon, it will not be able to fly)

    4. Selfishness can turn against you (Part 5)

    5. You need to appreciate what you have ( in the first part, for example, it was a family – for a doctor(Lawrence), life – for a drug addict (Amanda))

    6. Apologies aren't enough. Everyone backs down, but admitting your mistake doesn't mean you can fix everything´┐Ż

    Plus special cases from which you can draw some experience (for example, in the second part, John warned the prisoners not to use the key, one person did not listen and got shot through the peephole; in the 4th, it seems, an episodic Persian cut himself, and for this he got into a grid of thorn wire)

    P.S. I watched only 6 parts

  2. I will talk about the example of part 1, since I only watched it. let's recall the character who led the process . an incurable disease, a person has very little left to live. at such moments, you start to appreciate every second you live. victims are not quite normal people in the view of a standard person with a strange set of values. the victims are freaks and even, in a sense, scum, who burn their lives senselessly. they do not bring good to this world , do not do anything useful for society. they can't even satisfy themselves. think about it, was any of them happy ? maybe a photographer who is lost in this life. this person could realize his talent: to make wonderful photos. he could bring beauty to this world. he did such low things as surveillance . was he useful to society ? did he enjoy life? did he give good? no. the same can be said for his cellmate, as well as all the other victims. each of them was wasting their lives aimlessly. just imagine yourself in the place of this sick person. most likely, he values every second of his life, dreaming about how to get more time to realize himself, enjoy the world, etc. seeing people aimlessly burning through their lives, he acts as a kind of punitive body. why do these people need life if they don't value it? if they really want to live, let them prove it by playing a game. I think this film teaches us to appreciate life. of course, you can find hundreds of other sub-meanings , but I think this idea is the leading one.

  3. Participation in the game is one big life lesson, with the help of which GG comes to rethink their actions, desires, thirst for revenge, sins. It also raises the question of justice: if this is what Pila wanted, then his followers were more interested in the pretext for murder.

  4. The fact that people are capable of many things and are ready for many things if their lives are in grave danger. The desire to continue living is a strong instinct, but sometimes it “falls asleep”. It can be awakened with an extreme challenge. Well, if he still doesn't wake up, then there's no need to live any further.

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