The hero, Claireece Precious Jones is 16, beefy beyond belief, and ignorant. Her inactive mother, Mary (Mo'Nique), treats her like a slave, beating and manhandling her relentlessly. Her dad, on the uncommon events when he shows up, grabs the chance to assault her. These fierce considerations brought about her bearing him a kid when she was twelve; as the film starts, she is pregnant with another. The principal infant has Down disorder and is named "Mongo" ("short for 'mongoloid,'"); to her favorable luck, the young lady lives with Precious' grandma, aside from when Mary quickly imports her to the loft for social-specialist visits so she can keep accepting the welfare check the kid involves.
The motion picture recounts the account of Precious' steady escape from that voracious gravitational well, out of the loft of tobacco smoke and pig's feet and bed springs and easygoing remorselessness and into a universe of unheard of conceivable outcomes. She's helped on the adventure by an education instructor, Ms. Downpour (Paula Patton), into whose hands she falls in the wake of being ousted from school, a social specialist (Mariah Carey, in an execution inexplicably without divahood) who uncovers her history of misuse, and a diverse, yet completely enticing team of young ladies in her education class. The bend of the story might be natural, however it is told with such savagery that it feels life-changing.
The film presents a couple beams of light from conferred specialists of the welfare express: a steady direction advocate who orchestrates Precious to go to an option school, a straightforward social laborer (whose ragged industriousness is capably passed on by the flexible Mariah Carey), and the lovely, dedicated educator Blu Rain, who quietly coaxes Precious onto a way toward a secondary school recognition and some control over her life. Nursing is portrayed in the following way. There is "Medical caretaker John," an attendant's assistant at the clinic where Precious conceives an offspring, who demonstrates her empathy and liberality, and even proposes that she ease up on that McDonald's eating routine. As played by rock star Lenny Kravitz, John is a to some degree stern yet upright and provocative straight man, and this is not lost on the uninhibited females from Precious' class who visit her in the healing center. Hollywood has not offered numerous solid, straight male medical caretaker characters, and to the degree moviegoers see this depiction as a sign that it's cool to be a "man in nursing," it is useful (Precious 2009). Be that as it may, "Nurture John" is not a medical caretaker by any stretch of the imagination, despite the fact that he calls himself that. Obscuring the qualification between enlisted medical caretakers and negligibly prepared attendant's helpers makes it harder for medical caretakers to demonstrate that they are exceptionally talented, self-ruling wellbeing experts. What's more, the film's representation of Blu Rain is to some degree romanticized, and Precious' voiceover on occasion over-clarifies things. Still, with cunning heading and some incredible written work and acting, Precious discovers understanding, subtlety, and funniness in what may seem like a crazy vision of ghetto life. Valuable won't surrender while there is still some trust, and the individuals who help her are gifted, down to earth visionaries who consider it to be their expert commitment to ensure she doesn't. In that way, the film has something like a nursing viewpoint. With that and a couple of years of school level wellbeing science preparing, John can be an attendant! This video has taught me that the role of medical stuff is very important. Sometimes patients do not have anyone else to talk to and they refer to the doctors and nurses as their last resort.
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Precious [Motion picture]. (2009). Lionsgate.
Precious. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17, 2016, from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0929632/