This scene made me feel empathy, because when a family is struggling its almost as if it can take all of ones hope. This is important, because that often leads people into more of a downward spiral. Personally, if I had been put into that situation, I feel I would've had a different reaction to the situation. Furthermore, this scene made me feel empathetic and sad, because the family was struggling to the point where life seemed unbearable. Also, I felt sad, because the child had to experience so much at such a young age.
This scene made me feel empathetic, because Chris had been working very hard at his internship then he gets setback by the government. If I had been in that situation, I might have had a mental breakdown, being so close to success, yet having it seem that life is against you. Also, this scene made me feel angry because, how could a good person have so much misfortunes. Lastly, this also made me feel worried that Chris might have been close to giving up.
This made me feel empathetic, because i know how hard Chris had been working towards the job and all that he's been through and he finally got It. I would imagine it feels like a weight is lifted off your shoulders, when you go through hell and finally get a breakthrough in life. Furthermore, this scene made me feel happy and excited to see that all his hard work and suffering had been for something as great as that job. Lastly, I felt relieved to see that Chris didn't give up on his dreams.