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This biographical film provides a gateway to a new distinctive condition on how one might be able to understand the facts about human sexuality and how it may different between genders. This particular work was a supporting presentation on how Alfred Kinsey tried to explain the same matter through his book Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. Noted as the pioneer in the arena of teaching and identifying the different elements of sexology, Alfred Kinsey’s life has been played in this movie to be able to portray a majority of the theories he particularly believes in.
Thunder heart is a fascinating movie involving Ray, a man with an FBI rank with Sioux background. Ray is sent to help with the murder investigation in a reservation. Unfortunately, here he should come to terms with his heritage fast so as to get the required information. Gradually, he chooses to reject the tactics of intimidation by fellow FBI agents who are interested in covering up the incriminating circumstances with the collaboration of the locals instead of solving the crime as required. He opts to be tuned to his heritage with the aim of wining the trust of the locals. This film is terrifically entertaining and revolves around not only the Native American culture but also how the system of the political mainstream affects life and culture. Further, this essay tackles thunder heart review under the following sub-headings culture, political and corruption as well as education.