Gattaca – true hero

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WHO IS THE REAL HERO IN THIS FILM?…..
A'Hero' is defined as a person who displays courage or noble qualities, or the main/principal character in a story, film or poem. This definition sums up Vincent/Jerome perfectly. Not only is he the character whom the movie is based on but too someone who shows courage, strength and persistence in achieving his dream.
Vincent'refused to play the hand he was dealt' and with little hesitation went to all extremes to transform himself into a more superior member of society, a valid, Jerome Morrow. In doing so, a height adjustment was required and after going through the torturing procedure, the'genetically made' Jerome never questioned Vincent's commitment and determination in pursuing his dream. When Vincent/Jerome's position as a navigator on the launch for Titan was confirmed, Vincent/Jerome and Eugene celebrated as all their hard work has paid off. As Eugene was getting put to bed, he slurred "I'm proud of you Vincent" being thefirst time he publicly acknowledged all Vincent/Jerome had achieved. It is evident throughout the film that Eugene admires Vincent/Jerome's strength of mind in striving for his goal despite his genetic make-up and burden of imperfection.
Vincent/Jerome proved many people wrong by out doing'his potential' as he wasn't satisfied with the fact he couldn't live like a'valid'. He had the willpower that Eugene lacked but didn't have the blood type that would allow his dream to come true, so they thought. Vincent/Jerome's parents believed they would out-live their unhealthy,'godchild' and the Janitor too believed that it was impossible for a natural birth such as Vincent/Jerome to be a part of Gattaca. It was Vincent/Jerome's courage and attitude towards life that defied the odds and made him succeed.He admitted he&apos