English plot introduction:

Death poetry society, foreign name dead poems society, also translated as spring breeze turns rain; Rainstorm and scorching sun is an inspirational film starring Robin Williams, Ethan Hawke and Robert Sean Leonard. The story is about a thoughtful teacher and a group of students who Want to make a breakthrough.

Death poetry, foreign name Dead Poets Society, also translated into spring warefur; rainstorm, is a inspirational movie starring Robin Williams, Izor Hawke and Robert Sean Lylnider, storytelling It is a story between a student with thoughtful teachers and a group of students who want to break through.

6 big protagonist character characteristics:

John Keating: Samrt and Brave. Smart and brave.

Todd Anderson: Exceedingly Bright and Popular. Sunlight is popular.

Knox Overstreet: Friendly and Kind. Friendly is kind.

Charlie Dalton: funny and talended. Interesting and talented.

Mr. Nolan: Carefully and genius. Careful and genius.

Painfully shy Todd Anderson has been sent to the school where his popular older brother was valedictorian. His room-mate, Neil, although exceedingly bright and popular, is very much under the thumb of his overbearing father. The two, along with their other friends ,...................... ..

Seven boys, Neil Perry (Robert Sean Leonard), Todd Anderson (Ethan Hawke), Knox Overstreet (Josh Charles), Charlie Dalton (Gale Hansen), Richard Cameron (Dylan Kussman), Steven Meeks (Allelon Ruggiero) and Gerard Pitts (James Attend The Prestigious Welton Academy Prep School, Which Is Based ON Four Principles: Tradition, Honour, Discipline and Excellent.

On the first day of class, the students are introduced to their overwhelming and extraordinary curriculum by sullen headmaster Gale Nolan (Norman Lloyd). However, their new English teacher John Keating (Robin Williams) tells the students that they may call him "O Captain ! My Captain!" (the title of a Walt Whitman poem) if they feel daring. His first lesson is unorthodox by Welton standards, whistling the 1812 Overture and taking them out of the classroom to focus on the idea of carpe diem (Latin for 'seize the day') by looking at the pictures of former Welton students in a trophy case. In a later class Keating has Neil read the introduction to their poetry textbook, a staid, dry essay entitled "Understanding Poetry" by the fictional academic Dr . J. Evans Pritchard, Ph. D., which describes how to place the quality of a poem on a scale, and rate it with a number. Keating finds the idea of such mathematical literary criticism ridiculous (calling it "excrement") and Encourange His Pupils T o rip the introductory essay out of their textbooks. After a brief reaction of disbelief, they do so gleefully as Keating congratulates them with the memorable line "Begone, J. Evans Pritchard, Ph. D" (much to the surprise and disbelief of one of Keating's colleagues). He later has the students stand on his desk as a reminder to look at the world in a different way, just as Henry David Thoreau intended when he wrote, "The universe is wider than our views of it" (Walden .

The rest of the movie is a process of awakening, in which the boys (and the audience) discover that authority can and must always act as a guide, but the only place where one can find out one's true identity is within oneself. To that end, the boys secretly revive an old literary club in which Keating had been a member, called the Dead Poets Society. Todd experiences a particular transformation when, out of a severe episode of self-consciousness, he fails to complete a creative writing assignment and is subsequently taken through an exercise of uncharacteristic self-expression, realizing the creative potential he truly possesses. One of the boys, Charlie Dalton, takes his new personal freedom too far and publishes a profane and unauthorized article in the school flyer. In this article Charlie States, He Want WANTON. To The Amusement of The Other Boys, He Fakes A Phonecall from God Saying That Girls Should Be Allowed At Welton. Dean Nolan Paddles and Intergene Rogates Charlie About The Others Involved. Charlie Says He Acted Alone.

Neil, without his father's permission, tries out for a local production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. He desperately wants to be an actor, but knows his father (Kurtwood Smith) will disapprove. One day when Neil walks into his dorm room, he finds his father waiting for him. He orders Neil to withdraw from the play, but Neil goes against his wishes and delivers a sterling performance as Puck. Infuriated by this affront to his authority, Neil's father plans to pull him out of Welton and to enroll him in Braden Military School to prepare him for Harvard University and pursue a career in medicine. Unable to cope with the future that awaited him and equally unable to make his father understand his passion for acting, Neil commits suicide with his father's revolver.By the request of Neil's parents, the headmaster holds an investigation into the tragedy. Nolan gets help from one of the students, Richard Cameron. When Charlie Dalton finds out that Cameron has not only squealed on Them, but also blamed keeping, he furiously attacks his former friend, and is excelled from welton.

Neil's parents take no responsibility for his son's death and instead holds Keating responsible. In Nolan's office, Todd is forced to regretfully sign a written confession casting blame on his former teacher. It is implied that the other students who are still faithful to Keating were similarly Forced. Keating is account of inciting the boys to Restart the dead points society, and is Fired, event though the recreated it themslves.