Young Holden Caulfield is barred from school because of his poor academic performance. He is scared to see his parents before than they should assume him, so he decides to stay in a New York City hotel. There he encounters pimps, prostitutes and “queers.” Soon he becomes conscious that the world of adults is a “phony” one. After his gathering with a friend, Holden snitches back home to meet his kid sister Phoebe. She is a loving kid, but her talk about their father “killing” him disgusts him.
Following his second call with his mother, Hally becomes emotionally unstable, venting out his frustrations on his servants. When Sam finally snaps and retaliates after Hally’s racist joke, Hally reveals his true feelings towards his father. After Sam recalls a memory in which he carried Hally’s drunk father back home with little Hally by his side, Hally finally admits, “I love him” (58). Hally’s hatred towards his father is not genuine, but derives from shame. Hally is embarrassed of his father’s drinking habits, but even more ashamed of the night when his black servant had to carry his drunk father back home and clean up the mess he made in his pants.
And like any typical family it has its own story to tell. The story of “Fiesta, 1980” does not sugarcoat anything about the true nature of life and how many families operate. We are given the raw and gory details that are typically left out because most people rather shove them under the rug and deny that they even exist. In the case of Yunior’s family his father, Papi, is cheating on his wife with a Puerto Rican woman. The two sons who are at the presumed age of high school both are in on their father’s secret having both visited his mistress on separate occasions and even partaking on having a meal with her and their father as if they were all family.
The film are amazing on formal level, the filmmaker make new aesthetic commitment who seem to understand that they are making different thing (cups) of something never before seen in Italian cinema. The gossip mongering neighborhood act like Greek chore, and cheering unhappiness of married couple. When the child mother abandon him, every one refuse to help his father to take care of him, including his aunt and his grandmother that scene show all human value lost in society and they pursuit hollow pleasure region. We see the contras life of village and city. The boy enjoying both life but he mostly enjoying village life because most of the thing he can do first time that make him naturally happy.
The manager of the Hotel discretely warns Jack of the past caretaker who had killed his family and then committed suicide. Ullman, the manager, knew how desperate Jack was to have a new job and new that he had past records of alcoholism, but still Jack won’t hear it and takes the job immediately in the hopes that this would let his family and him reconnect. Then we meet his wife, Wendy, a weak and worrisome women waiting or her husband to return. This leads to discover, when Wendy has a flashback, that Jack had broke Danny’s arm, his son, after a drunken night that turned aggressive. Danny loves his father, and can’t even tolerate to think that his parents could divorce, so he stays hopeful that his father will not return to those bad habits.
While Joe is admiring Pip’s writing by the fireplace in their home, Pip asks why Joe never learned to read. Joe then explains that his father was an abusive drinker, and he kept removing Joe from schooling. Charles Dickens writes, “rendering unto all their doo, and maintaining equal justice betwixt man and man, my father were that good in his hart, don’t you see?”(35). This demonstrates that Joe is forgiving because even though his father ruined his childhood, Joe still stated that he was good in his heart. Joe’s father kept him out of school, beat him and his mother, and even would track them down if they were to run away.
Mama doesn’t know what she wants to do with the money, but she does know one thing for sure, that the family needs to move out of the cramped unit because the family is starting to fall apart. They are constantly fighting and Walter is always drinking so that when he gets home he won’t be angry and he drinks to forget the pain of what is going on back at home. Mama sees that Walter and Ruth’s marriage is falling apart, that Travis needs his own space and that he needs his own bed instead of sleeping on the couch, that Beneatha is tired of being in a space that is suffocating. Mama and her husband said that when they got married that they wanted to move out of the unit and get a house of their own but then when they had kids they didn’t have to money to move out a get a house. She saw that it was tearing him apart.
He begins by giving background information and physical descriptions of things they do or are most noted for at home. He revealed that Evan is the studious brother, who reads continuously and Christine was a tomboy until their mom set her straight with the ‘whip’. However, the main revelation is that of Hyde’s physical encounters with his siblings as he pounces on Ron, his younger brother. Most importantly, Hyde exposes the consequences for continuously engaging in fights at home and disobedience, ‘lashing’. He relates one event of such as he went with his friend Rudy in a dory one afternoon and returned home wet up.
At first, Bruno didn’t liked the idea of leaving because he thought of the people he will leave behind, as well as their neighborhood, and their five-story house. He thought of his best friends namely Karl, Martin, and Daniel, his grandparents, and the people laughing loudly and drinking frothy drinks at the tables set out on the streets of their community. However, despite all the whining to his mom, Maria (their maid), and his dog, Bruno still couldn’t change the fact that he will leave all of his beloved behind. As they’ve come to arrive in their new house, Bruno 's troubles was further increased because his expectations in their new house at Out-With was not met. He described it to be smaller than their old house in Berlin, secluded from other houses, and looks like no amount of happiness could have taken place there.
He goes home and calls his wife, using the same lines that were used in the film. After arriving in his room he suddenly gets knocked out and finds himself and his wife tied up. First thing he does when he wakes up is tell the capturer to take all the money and not to harm him or his wife. The captor gets annoyed at him and says this is not how he is supposed to act; according to the movie he directed he should be brave. Then he goes onto do little skits in order to introduce himself; except the producer has no idea who he is.