PTL StoryBoard

PTL StoryBoard

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  • “Arnold," she said one day after school, "I hate this little town. It's so small, too small. Everything about it is small. The people here have small ideas. Small dreams."
  • In PTL an important message is that sticking to Hopes and Dreams even through rough times, can lead to what He/She wants in the end.
  • ”Traveling between Reardan and Wellpinit, between the little white town and the reservation, I always felt like a stranger. I was half Indian in one place and half white in the other.”
  • “ Have a lot of free time, so I have started to write my life story. Really! Isn't that crazy? I think I'm going to call it How to Run Away from your House and Find Your Home.“
  • Even though she has a rich home, and lives in a nice town. Penelope doesn't see Reardan as a place of hope, like Arnold does. Instead, she sees Reardan in much the same way that Arnold views the reservation.
  • As Arnold moves between Reardan and Wellpinit we see that he feels he belongs in neither place. Too Indian for Reardan and too white for Wellpinit, Arnold begins to feel like a stranger person.
  • Mary has left her home in Wellpinit and is living with her husband among the Flathead Indians in Montana. According to Mary she loves her new life – much more than living in her parents' basement.
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