A Movie named "The Revenant" is more about survival and vengeance. It is about overcoming imminent death in order to continue to live. The story of Hugh Glass is truly heartbreaking, and of course, it is technically very impressive too.
The movie itself is based on the true story of Hugh Glass who was a legendary adventurer and huntsman in the era of the Western frontier expansion, and who also had deep love for his Native American wife and son. He led a hunting team for her.
In this movie, Fitzgerald, is also shown as a vicious racist who detests the presence of Glass’ half-Native teenage son, Hawk. In his eyes, Hawk is nothing more than a mongrel.
When the protagonist, Hugh Glass, was attacked by a grizzly, the members had made a decision to leave him behind. Fitzgerald, one of the hunting team members, received great pleasure watching Glass come to an end while abandoning him and killing his son, Hawk. Thus, there's only one desire left in Glass' heart - retaliation.
This is what life is all about in my opinion.
Life is full of sorrow and endless, meaningless pain and damnation. This world of pain and suffering does not allow people to leave here freely, and pushes me to strife against all.
This is the reason why people do not trust in God's love. If God ever cared about his poor creatures, then this world could never be so twisted. There is no end to this eternal horror no matter how hard people try to liberate themselves from the harsh reality they face.
Thanks to this movie, I have learnt very precious lessons. I have to live only for myself since I have always been abandoned. Also, the saying that God helps those who help themselves eventually mean that all others solve everything by themselves, which ultimately renders the saying false.