The movie is a true story, about a guy who navigates through the complicated world of America when he comes here from New Zealand to set a land-speed record for the Indian motorcycle. He is a man of openness, and so, all opens to him. He has a dream, and, as he believes, other people, believe, and so, his dream unfolds. I found it masterful.
Jan's parents are concerned that their daughter will experience prejudice in an inter-racial marriage, and they are right. They are experiencing it right from the get-go, from them. Their fears are realized. Perhaps we can't control everything with our thoughts, but I do think they go a long way toward creating our response.
I am working with that today, even as it occurred to me that I am a little more volatile because of the Arimidex. That is a side-effect, so I have to work triply hard to deal with my emotions right now. I love a task, and so, I have one. Peace and Calm, Ho!!