Plato arrives at the abandoned mansion to find Jim and Judy already there. Rebel Without a Cause was and is depicted as the poster child for youth rebellion as the entire film revolves around masculinity and… Evaluate the relative importance of two of the following as factors prompting Americans to rebel in 1776. Jim's a centrist pretty early in the film, long before he disarms Plato on behalf of the police. The movie was about a boy named Mohan. The creators of Rebel without a cause saw that there was enormous potential for the teen audience as they had never been targeted before and they had money to spend on entertainment as they had no outgoings at all. This ethical fantasy is shattered when Plato awakens to find that Jim and Judy have seemingly abandoned him.
Plato's fate, murdered at the hands of uncaring police, suggests the potential fate of all boys whose sensitivity and brilliance makes them liable to be neglected and misunderstood. The movie portrays father figures as problematic which then shape the actions and the characters themselves as the movie progresses. And I think that much of the young audiences out there could as well. While in the police station, Jim is yelling along with the sound of the siren, and humming loudly to give the impression that he is drunk. Often adolescents will attempt to prove themselves to their friends by doing something risky in order to be one with the crowd. For example, when Johnny killed Bob, Pony stood by him even though he had done something bad.
The sound of a police siren is heard and used as a transition into the next scene that takes place, understandably, in a police station. Mohan spent all his time concealing within the woods, thus nobody might see him and make a fun of him. Rebel Without a Cause One of the major themes that are presented throughout the whole entire movie is the dysfunctional relationship between one of the characters and their fathers. Alternately wry and wary as he discusses his most recent play, On the Open Road, the 49-year-old playwright becomes more animated when the topic turns to what he sees as the virtual collapse of the country's political system. Rebel Without a Cause, portrays a true, and yet, grim look at the life of teens in the 1950s, growing up in the suburbs, and what American society can do to those who are different.
This prejudice causes conflicting feelings to build up between Jim and Judy's boyfriend Buzz. He also meets Buzz Gunderson who challenges him to a game of chicken, during which Buzz dies. They live in a comfortable environment in middle-class America. Jim drops Judy off, and gives her her compact mirror back. A beautifully written, strong opening. As he leads Plato out, Plato asks that the police lower their lights, which they do. On a field trip to the observatory, Jim, Plato, Judy, and the others sit in the darkened planetarium and listen to a lecture on the nature of the universe.
Ellona Wilner English 285 November 8, 1995 Just Cause, No Rebels While the film would have you believe that adolescents are irrationally and inherently rebellious, the rebellions of teenagers like Jim, Judy and Plato are motivated by their own twisted upbringings. This movie focused on teenagers and family life because the ideal image of the 1950s family was a perfect family consisting of a mom and dad with two children. Much like Jim, Plato feels very distant from his family and peers. With its revolutionary acting and modern style, Rebel Without a Cause proved to be an ideal example of progressive, contemporary cinema. They live in a comfortable environment in middle-class America.
Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website! This movie focused on teenagers Movie Review of A Rebel Without A Cause A Rebel Without A Cause is a movie directed at the young adults of the 1950s. When Plato awakens, he finds the gang surrounding him, wielding a steel chain. A good summary of the film's centrist subject position, yes. He barely manages to escape, and in a distraught frenzy, fires his gun at Jim, and then fires at one of the gang members, injuring him. Eye level shots are used on Jim and Judy, to show that they are on the same level. Jim does not know how to fit into his new environment, but he meets Judy who he finds very attractive.
Judy, for example, mourns no more than 20 minutes over her boyfriendÕs death. Jim finds Judy's compact, which she left behind, and keeps it. We want our freedom, but we never stop to think what life would be like if we had it. Implies very strongly your position on the film's position--but doesn't merely repeat that. Even more extreme is PlatoÕs desire to Òbelong. Teenager, a new term for young adults, is brought about within this film as a way to describe the character of the young adults.
We can see throughout the movie that JimЎЇs father is cowardly and afraid to stand up for himself even to his own wife. Many of the most stylistically significant shots take place here, and all of the establishing shots in the building are deep space shots. This is such a wonderful, dead-on-apt statement, Ellona! Plato goes into a fit and ends up shooting one of the boys and runs to the planetarium observatory where the police follow him. It is due to this lack of mentoring that the teenagers, such as Jim and Plato, are so misguided in their conduct and act rebellious. The movie was directed towards the teenagers because of their growing population and use of money for fashion and entertainment.
Lastly Jim seems to have a problem with making relationships with some people and wanting to usually go against that grain, and this makes Jim sort of a rebel or outcast. Mozart had a fantastic ear for writing a catchy tune with perfect orchestral arrangement. He becomes furious when his mother tells him that they are moving; to him this seems like a way for his parents to avoid dealing with the problems facing him. Leonard Rosenman was born in 1924 and studied music in New York and Europe. Now, Jim sees this in his father and swears to himself that he will never be the Ў°chickenЎ± his father is. Parliamentary Taxation The legacy of colonial religious and political ideas British military measures Restrictions of Civil Liberty Some say that the Revolution was destined to happen ever since Settlers set foot on this continent, others argue that it would not have happened if it weren't for a set of issues that finally drove the colonists to revolt.