The film focuses on the relationship between people and animals, so, naturally, communication is an important topic. Owen, the handsome protagonist played by Chris Pratt, is a dinosaur trainer, i.e. the best hope for communication between the people and the animals of Jurassic World. As you can see in the film, he's under a great deal of pressure to test the limits of his communication with the dinosaurs, so he can save the park from disaster.
Why this is important: As the character Simon Masrani (Irrfan Khan) states how to interpret the dinosaurs' emotions, "You can see it in their eyes." This line reminds the audience of the special bond that can be created between humans and animals, if we look for it.
"Jurassic World" may be a movie about humans killing a man-made, monstrous animal, but it's also a movie that showcases the undeniable, real world truths about the relationships between humans and animals. Grounded in these truths, the film speaks to a sentiment which, for at least one weekend in 2015, resonated globally: divided we fall, together we survive.
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