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Recently I saw a movie in which the main characters were two brothers named Anton and Mark. Both of them were raised with the same values by the same Yiddish parents and shared the same bedroom through their childhood. By my expectations they were supoistu be similar to each other in most ways, but it was not the case. Their personalities, goals, professions (careers), and social outlooks were broadly different. I personally felt closer to Anton because of his personality, goals, professions (careers), and social outlooks. He became a perfect example for my own actins. Now, whenever I encounter difficult situation, I ask my self "What, Anton would do and who he would react?" Th ...view middle of the document...

I think that marriage requires responsibilities and people should do everything to make it work at list for their children. Men should not compare other women with their wives. They both were willing to favor others but for entirely different reasons. Mark's ideology was to extend (lend) a hand of assistance but as he did he would ask for return with two crawly hands. I would call Anthon-the better person, he did not need a return, the plain thanks made him happy.I prefer Anton better then Mark because of his goals and the pathways (sidesteps) he takes to he takes to "find" himself. At the begining Mark was shown more certain in his goals than Anton. He knew what he wanted to accomplish and that was to pay off his house as fast as he could and build a substantial amount of money in order to open up his own business. Mark was a chef and had been working for the same restaurant for many years. He hates what he did but kept the job because of the cash flow. He worked seven days a week and had not taken vacation for more then three years. He was eksousted and frustrated. He referred to (about) his customers as pigs that were too lazy to cook themselves. I heard long ago that the food should be prepared with love and care, other ways it just a waist. Anton differs from Mark. He does not know exactly what he wants as Mark usually does. He has changed jobs like doctors changes gloves. He wants to "find himself" and has worked at a variety of jobs. He has been a jeweler and a construction worker. He has loaded cargo airplanes and has driven a tractor-trailer. He wa...


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