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In New York City's Harlem circa , an overweight, abused, illiterate teen who is pregnant with her second child is invited to enroll in an alternative school in hopes that her life can head in a new direction.
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Likewise, Josh Brolin is phenomenal and subtle as the antagonist Dan White. A lesser composer could have made this score sound cliche or contrived, but Elfman naturally exemplifies the most sympathetic moments in Milk's life. This movie does what all movies should do. Their awkward dance is compelling--Dan "the man" tries to please and work with, however distantly, his minority colleague, while Harvey desires only to destroy the competitor who represents everything he detests and opposes.
He captures so realistically what many other actors in the past have done with real life people. A San Francisco Supervisor assassinated by the disgruntled conservative Supervisor Dan White in , Milk was the first openly gay man to elected to public office in California.