Title: Erin Brockovich
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Written by: Susannah Grant
The movie Erin Brockovich is a about a young single mother, without any work, three young children, and no education. Erin struggles with getting ends to meet, and it doesn't get any better when no one wants to hire her. When her lawyer doesn't give her the help that she needs after a case gone bad, she shows up at his office, demanding him to hire her when no one else will.
That is the kick off for Erins new career. Erin works really hard at the office, and gets into a big case, actually the biggest lawsuit through American history so far. From being a unemployed single mother, she gets to work with some of the greatest lawyers in the state of California. After working on an 18 months long case, sacrificing her familiy for success, they win the case. Keeping your mind at that this film is based on reality, it shows us that everything is possible if you just set your mind at it and work really hard, just like Erin did. She had no law school education, just willingness and determination.
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