People Will ComeRay Kinsella, a man who has just destroyed a large portion of his crop to build abaseball field, is in a bit of a predicament. He has used all of his money to build the baseballand has no more money to pay the mortgage. Ray's brother-in-law, Mark, who works for thebank, is pressuring Ray into selling his farm because he says the bank will foreclose the nextday. Amidst this argument Terence Mann, a reclusive author, steps in and this is when hegives his "People will come" speech. It is in this speech that Terence convinces Ray to followhis heart, even though some people may think he is crazy, he motivates Ray to do what hethinks is right.
Field of Dreams
(1989) is about a man named Ray Kinsella. Ray grew up withbaseball, his father, John, loved baseball, he played a few seasons in the minors, and was abig White Socks fan, and he loved "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. In 1919 eight players from theWhite Sox team were accused of throwing the World Series to the Reds. All eight playersincluding the great "Shoeless" Joe Jackson were banned from baseball for life. Joe hadgotten money from the deal, but nobody could ever prove that he did one thing to lose thegame.Unfortunately as Ray grew up his relationship with his father got worse and worse, untilJohn died in the fall of ‘74. A few years later Ray was convinced by his wife, Annie, to buy afarm in Iowa. Shortly after that they had a daughter named Karin.One evening as Ray was walking through his corn field, he hears a faint whisper, "If you build it, he will come." Unsure of what this means Ray begins to become frustrated, untilone day he is out in the field and hears the same whisper, but this time he imagines a