Gardner and his son find themselves in shares similarities with structural explanations defined in Chapter 8 of the book, Social Work, Social Welfare, and American Society. Mr. Gardner’s son struggles through poverty in the movie, but it is his dad that the story is based on. Popple and Leighninger (2011) states, “The largest single age group among the poor is, in fact, children who are too young to work and who thus cannot improve their own status” (p. 245). Mr. Gardner’s son did not ask for his mom to leave or hope that he and his dad would become homeless. Children in poverty are often overlooked and blamed for the failures of their parents.
He feels that his parents are too controlling, and he wants to be more free. Chris seems happy at his college graduation, but he leaves his house unexpectedly and never returns. This leads his parents to worry about Chris’ well being. He is not someone to ask for much money, because he gives his savings to charity and burns most of his possessions. McCandless explores the wild by hitchhiking towards Alaska.
Imperial Dreams, is about a young father Bambi (John Boyega) returning home from jail eager to care for his son Dayton, and become a writer, but crime, poverty and a flawed system threaten his plans. Imperial Dreams, shows the Masked Racism in Watts, Los Angeles and the cycle of crime and violence that has affected Bambi life so far. The movie shows the many obstacles present in the system that prevent those interested in rehabilitation to survive when place back in society instead of making it easier. This built up throw out the story as he urged to go back to his previous life of crime with his Uncle Shrimp (Glenn Plummer) to make ends meet. I feel like Bambi lost the lottery of growing up where he did, and could have been elsewhere.
So, what happens when our loved one breaks our trust? Well, without trust, the attachment does not exist. We feel betrayed, unsafe, and extremely hurt to the point we cannot associate ourselves with them. Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time demonstrates this concept. Christopher entrusts his father with all his heart until the day he finds out his father’s secret; from this day on Christopher no longer relies on his father.
His mother believed that it would be best to go trained along side his Uncle Luke, but this was unwise since it was during his teen years and it was the time that he was most vulnerable to influences of the dark side. Also, his Uncle felt his negativity coming along strong and decided that the best choice was to kill his own nephew while he is still in training and not powerful enough to cause any more
This is still the climax in the movie. Specifically, This climax adds meaning to the story. This setting adds meaning to the story because it creates suspension on who the man might be. The three children have been on the planet searching for their father for a long time, and it is possible the man might be their father. The man was trapped inside of the transparent column, which could be their father because he stopped writing letters to the family.
Roy decides to go anyway, telling John not to tell anyone as he will be back soon. There Roy gets into a fight and gets hurt and starts bleeding. He is brought back into the house and as the father gets home, he tries to blame his step-mother and John for letting Roy go there. The father favors Roy because he is his real son and John the step-son serves as the scapegoat. Filled with meaningful themes, Baldwin’s most recurring theme is ghetto and poor city violence (F).
In the film the Incredibles is story about super-heroes Frozone, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl we learn this in the prologue. Mr. Incredible who is vigilante hero, and when they make a couple of mistakes they sue after helping people who didn't ask for help the government has to pay the fines. The disgruntled superheroes had two choices, either live as a super-hero or go into hiding many choose to go into hiding.
Whenever confronted by a problem, his “hero complex” is the one to dictate his actions. Knowing that he is primary source of dependence for Setsuko after losing their mom, he takes up the responsibility in taking care of her. Seita wants to be a hero for his younger sibling, even if meant disregarding the help of better authority. This is quite evident in the scenes leading up to his departure from the shelter of his aunt’s house. Despite his nationalist view, he doesn’t take upon any responsibility to help the country by finding a job or serving in the fire brigade, which was a trait his aunt despised.
He then travels to his family in Bontoc to ask for help. His brothers, who share that they will be unable to contribute instead helps Egay plan for a heist in order to pay the six million needed. While, they are planning they receive a call that Kaye has been taken as collateral for paying the debt and this makes Egay all the more willing to commit such a crime. At these time in the film, we can see that Egay is at his lowest point of desperation and is seen slowly sinking lower and lower in order to save his family. They steal from Church of Yeshwa and though they were successful, they are still unable to collect the needed amount.