After this movie, I got a project about pay it forward.
I had had some ideas to do it like help my teacher clean his room or help a sweeper clean but they failed.
It was my first try to do a pay it forward act, like Trevor I was so disappointed.
the message is, if you help people, really bad shit happens to you?
AUDIENCE Does that mean we need to pay that forward?
One thing in real life, people often suspect when they receive a big favor without reward (like reporter in movie).
I think almost people usually think about what they could receive back. I often helped other people even I don’t know or we aren’t close because I think I could get returning a favor, paid back or good relationship or I was in a same conjuncture and I was receive help from other people (maybe wasn’t and at that time I had hoped a person who I know or not help me).
HELEN HUNT You'll have to speak up, honey, my eye makeup has joined forces with my rouge and they're traveling into my ear to see if they want to take it over. Well, I'm busy innocently feeding a homeless guy played by James Caviezel.
HELEN HUNT You made my kid bring in the boyishly handsome, yet somewhat dark and brooding James Caviezel into my house! I will do this at a vague, undefined time period which is obviously after the other events in the movie, but not long enough after them to figure out the chronological sequence of events in the film. Your story isn't my concern, because it happens what appears to be about one week in the future.
It showed me altruism and generosity and I can see goodness inside people.
When I saw Trevor invites a homeless man called Jerry to eat, shower, and sleep at his house, and Jerry talk to Arlene about how that action change Jerry’s mind make me know how the Pay it forward work.