Identify one or two principles of the life course perspective (historical time and place, timing in lives, linked lives, human agency) that are…

Identify one or two principles of the life course perspective (historical time and place, timing in lives, linked lives, human agency) that are portrayed in the film. Then discuss how these principles shape the life of the main character in the film, including how the personal biography of the main character interacted with the principle(s) you identify. For example, if you identify the principle of historical time and place as being an important factor in the life of the main character, then you should discuss the effect of major events during the main character’s adolescence or how the nature of that character’s opportunity structure was shaped by their location in the social structure, and how this fact determined the storyline that unfolded.