Character development of Julius Campbell
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At the beginning of the film: Julius Campbell does not want to be friends with the white footballers. He does not act like a team player and doesn't get along with the white boys. An example of this is when Gerry and Julius have a fight with each other in their dorm room at football camp.
In the middle of the film: Julius starts to see that we shouldn't judge people by the colour of their skin. He starts to open up to Gerry and begins to let his guard down. This is shown by Gerry and Julius getting along in the changing room. Julius has Gerry's back when the boys are telling a "mumma" joke about Gerry's mum.
At the end of the film: Julius has become close friends with Gerry in particular. He no longer separates himself from his white brothers. Julius has learned that prejudice and judging people by the colour of their skin is not truely getting to know someone. This is shown by Gerry and Julius becoming great friends. In the hospital scene, Gerry says to Julius: "You are my brother".
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