At the end of a busy day, which began with Dad's plea to find some friends, Jim's parents are ecstatic that he did indeed make a friend, and a girlfriend at that. Jim will also adopt a red jacket for much of the film, and link himself to her defiance. At Judy's house, Judy's father slaps her when she tries to kiss him, causing her to run out of her house as well. After Buzz dies, however, she then moves into a relationship with Jim. Jim's father: Will you hold it Jim? Yet, as he begins to understand that Jim is in trouble, his basic drive to protect his son takes over. Why did you leave me alone? Jim tries to explain to his parents what happened and they argue instead. You wanna go with me? Implies very strongly your position on the film's position--but doesn't merely repeat that.
They think that I can make friends if we move. Like the film's other characters, Plato is desperately in search of male role models: he has a picture of Alan Ladd taped up inside his locker, and he immediately clings to Jim as a kind of father figure. It depicts life in the 1950's from the viewpoint of three teenagers who live in Los Angeles, California. But although one feels sympathy for the problems of the Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo characters, Dean's character tends to self-pity, and a not particularly justified sense of victimhood. Judy: I go with the kids. Hiding from them, Jim and Judy, followed by Plato, go to a deserted mansion near the observatory.
We can see that the father is masculine and insensitive through the way he treats Judy. Depressed by his parents' frequent arguments, Jim blames his parents for causing the alienation and confusion in his family. After listening to his family bicker and argue, Jim cries out that they are tearing him apart. On the first day, Jim Backus couldn't believe it. Ray emphasises he is torn by the conflict between the parents but that conflict onscreen is stereotyped and unconvincing.
Overall Story Thematic Conflict Desire vs. For Plato, the search for the ego ideal in the position of the Other is in Jim, and Plato forms a sexual attachment for his new surrogate father. This leads to the decisions he makes in the movie, for example, going to the ¡°chicken¡± run to uphold his honor. Jim suggests to Judy that they go to the abandoned mansion near the planetarium that Plato mentioned earlier. Embracing each other warmly, the Starks find contentment in their sonÕs transformation from teenage rebel to loving boyfriend, from possessing individualistic integrity to conforming to the status quo. The police shoot and kill Plato as Jim looks helplessly on. One day, the foremost handsome young man within the space, Rebel Patois, came to… 2384 Words 10 Pages 1955 marked the year in which Nicholas Ray's film Rebel Without a Cause was released as the latest Hollywood success.
Plato later dies because he still has the gun that Jim allowed him to keep, and, at the end of the movie, Jim puts his red jacket on Plato an item he offered Plato earlier in the police station — another omen , and zips it up like a body bag. We can see all three dynamics of the father figure presented through Jim, Judy, and Plato. But most of his problems stem from trouble at home, and he's a kind-hearted guy underneath it all. Jim, on the other hand, must become a father. With its revolutionary acting and modern style, Rebel Without a Cause proved to be an ideal example of progressive, contemporary cinema. Ray claimed that he wanted Rebel Without A Cause to work beyond the juvenile delinquency newspaper headlines and films of the day, like The Wild One 1954. He has a privileged middle class suburban lifestyle.
The… 898 Words 4 Pages composer create an original score for Rebel Without A Cause. If only you could have been my dad. He joins next-door neighbor Judy on her way to school, recognizing her from the night before in the police station. I could see him soaking them up and I knew he had to play that part, because he could do it like no one else I knew. Although disheveled, drunk and lying in the gutter, Jim is dressed in 'adult' clothes - a dark suit and tie, to cover up his emotional confusion. He takes the position that what works for him in one situation holds true for another in the same situation.
The producers liked the title and took nothing else. Goon One of the member's of Buzz's gang, who often goads Buzz into provoking Jim, and pursues Jim after Buzz's death. Plato is the only character with no hope of assimilation; his psychological scars are too deep, his angst too obvious, and only by death can his ÒrebelliousÓ spirit be eliminated. In addition to James Dean's premature death, Sal Mineo and Natalie Wood all met tragic fates. Learning Relationship Story Signpost 4 Once Frank learns that Jim is one of a group of kids in trouble, he accompanies the police officer to the scene. She sobs that her father resists and reproaches her grown-up maturity.
The teenage hero in Knock on an Door, and the school students in Blackboard Jungle, by contrast, have bigger problems - social and economic deprivation, a school system that ignores their needs, ingrained racism -problems that will not be solved by psychological analysis or a return to traditional parenting roles. And then the legend took over. Over the course of the film, Jim encourages Judy to leave behind the cold, insincere demeanor she assumes around her friends, and to embrace a more sincere, genuine way of relating both to herself and others. Jim and I had never seen this method of doing things. One of the boys is wounded by Plato.