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Schindler's List (1993)Fiddler on the Roof (1971)Titanic (1997)Malcolm X (1992)Beauty and the Beast (1991)The King's Speech (2010)Braveheart (1995)Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)Frida (2002)
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Who Were You In A Past Life?
You lived a life of wealth and privilege, your entire kingdom dependent on you. Unfortunately, after a few wrong choices you were assassinated.
You joined the army at a young age, fighting desperately to protect your country. During a particularly bloody battle you were pierced in the heart and bled out on the battlefield.
You were charming and smooth, using your skills to con old ladies and foolish young men out of their money. You were never caught, but died penniless from old age.
Your art now hangs in galleries across the globe, with historians and art majors marveling at your works. You painted for nobles, living a comfortable life before dying of illness.
Although these days your works are usually read through sparknotes, you are remembered as a great writer of your time. Sadly for you, your genius was only noticed after your death.
You drew the short end of the straw, being born into the working class. While your friends in this life were philosophers and kings, you were a farmer who died of cholera.
Although most history books don't mention you, you played a pivotal part in a revolution. You were gunned down by the opposing side, but not before pushing your country towards what you considered freedom.
You stood for what you believed in until your last breath. Although you were burned at the stake, you legacy of bravery inspired hundreds.
You may not show up in any history books, but you explored every corner of the globe. The ocean was your one true love, and adventure was your calling. You died in a storm, but lived a full life.