When I was listening to Strength with Love it seemed very truthful and almost as if I was there when it happened. I liked the way the film started off; it grabbed my attention right away. During the presentation I wondered how this boy was going to get help or if it was a story about a failure or success. As the film went on, it seemed to pull me in and I had to watch it. Strength with Love made me feel sad because I felt bad that this boy had no family he had to live on his own. It was frustrating for me to watch also because I think that the parents didn't even try to have a relationship with their son.
When the speaker was talking there were times when it was hard to
understand him; almost like he had a slur or he combined his words.
Fortunately, the pictures that the film had with the talking helped me
figure out what the speaker actually said. When I was watching the
video, the music felt like it was trying to comfort the reader while
telling the story. It seemed like more relaxing music but it did not
cover up what the speaker was trying to say at all! Nothing is really
repeated multiple times which makes the listener want to listen to what
the speaker will say next. The story paces itself very well. In parts
of the story it feels like the speaker is talking right with the beat.
Strength in Love