The Trophy Case was a film created by the LDS church through the Brigham Young University films division in the year 1980. The film is around 26 minutes long. This film starts with a young kid who gets into a ton of issue with the law while with a few companions on night. Despite the fact that it gives the idea that the kid has everything, in all actuality he does not. The kid is a prominent, exceptionally gifted competitor who has won numerous honors at his nearby secondary school. His dad has devoted an entire space to the trophies he has obtained. In spite of the fact that the kid still feels that something is absent.
He gets back home in the wake of getting into issue with the law returning home to his dad. His dad has father’s meeting with his child. His dad wanted to tune in to his child, he simply needed to show him a thing or two help him escape inconvenience with the goal that he could then have him get once again into the football program, get a grant, and satisfy the fantasy of being a hero. This fantasy notwithstanding, was not shared by them two, this fantasy was extremely the fantasy of the dad, as his dad was never ready to do the things that he needed his kid to do. The kid longs for one day dealing with ponies at a nearby steady. As the contention proceeds with the kid understands that the fantasy is not his and that his dad has not been tuning in to him. The kid is angry and tells his father that he never again needs the trophies and that his father can keep them. His dad gets progressively furious.
The child keeps running off and goes to a close-by stable where he starts to care for a few steeds. There is a young lady is there and he spills his guts to her. The dad goes to the stable and gets back to the child, to see that the child has rode a pony off into the nightfall, connoting that the kid will start another existence without his father. This film is a decent story with an abnormal completion. You are left with no ability to know east from west; it nearly does not feel total. Wall Trophy Case making style has changed. The old style is traditional altered movies with a straightforward plot as a rule about individuals who have issues. Current movies from the congregation utilize to a greater extent a practical altering and following genuine individuals with genuine occasions who are rolling out huge improvements in their lives. LDS film making is not new however has changed significantly throughout the years.