The townspeople believe it’s not his problem anymore and wanted to defend against Frank alone. This notion does input the ideas on what people morality and control of the hold of belief in the first place. His new wife Amy, is a Quaker, who does not believe in violence to solve problems. The reason she became a Quaker, her father and brother were killed by guns with violence.
Frank had to go through a trial for murder in Missouri and found not guilty, then he was tried for robbery in Alabama and found not guilty, and he was tried for armed robbery in Missouri again and again found not guilty. Since Frank is still a free man he decided to retire from his career and live the remainder of his years in his family's farm. He had a quiet and peaceful life here for a few month but he couldn't stand not having his brother by his side because he has always been by his side basically living their lives together as brothers. But without him he felt so down in his life that he gave himself up in 1915. He ended up dying in his room that he was born in.
Some people spend their whole life's hiding from the people they love because they are either unsure or scare to not be accepted. Many men in the film fund themselves invisible and alone, because they had to stay silent about their sexual orientation. Even if families do not agree with homosexuality they should strive to make each other feel like they would accept each other either ways. Also, parents and children both should look further into educating themselves and each other on the reasons for different sexual orientations. Being educated that not everything is black and white, or concrete can open up a greater understanding of things likes sexual
Frank committed a large scale crime, and was sent to a higher security prison. When Frank arrived, he learned the Penitentiary was unforgiving and broke spirits. “His lips were colorless, his fine teeth looked yellowish. He glanced at Alexandra sullenly, blinked as if he had come from a dark place, and one eyebrow twitched continuously” (Cather 103) Frank was portrayed as the antagonist in the entire book, except readers will sympathize for Frank
After Frank’s mom tells him to quit delivering coal because of its harmful effects to Frank’s eyes, Frank replies “I want the job. I want to bring home the shilling. I want to be a man” (261).This quotation just portrays Frank’s determination to help out his family even if it means risking his own health. Frank almost feels that he is obligated and responsible to help improve his family’s conditions at all
Throughout the show, Frank will exploit individuals that are driven by their unnecessary desires. For example, Peter Russo a congressman in the show is caught with a call girl and drugs, and Frank uses this opportunity to help Peter and in return, he wants his absolute loyalty. Which Frank, later on, demanded Peter close the shipyard playing into his scheme that will increase his power. This connects with the topic in the book on how a tyrant enslaves a democratic soul and uses it to its own advantage. You can see how this might lead to quite the rebellion, as in the case of the call girl that is still on the loose that could expose Frank as a monster.
Although this event did change Frank by the end, he doesn 't develop much as a character. Therefore, Frank is considered a flat and dynamic character. Ford suggests that even in the toughest situations, we have to try and be optimistic. While Roy is going through all that he is, seeing a man die, "accidentally" killing a man, and having to go to jail, he is still trying his best to keep a smile on his face. Roy only wishes happiness and the enjoyment of life for him and his family.
This was the beginning of porn industry. These films were sold and shot illegally by amateurs. The filmmakers displayed vivid illustrations of unrefined sexuality. They were usually sold to “bachelor parties, fraternity events, and other exclusively male gatherings. ”(Weisman, 2015)
Her father was a person who drank too much and only cared about himself. He even abused her mother when he was drunk. It also showed the house that she came from. It showed that she came from a rough place which brought many trivial issues that caused her so much pain. The director was smart into picking the right house to demonstrate all of the abuse and poverty she went through when she was young.
The film is about men. Women are largely absent, or are figures of hatred. The first representation of women is at the first Remaining Men Together meeting. A weeping man laments that his ex-wife just had a baby with her new husband; the subtext is that she is a ‘bitch’ who had dumped him for her own selfish wishes. This is extended to all the women as the group nod sympathetically.
The image portrayal of women in this film is a way for the people in our society to see women as not having good standards. As when Waldo is first introduced to the film Darla instantly started gazing after him for being the rich, clean cut young man. Also Boys see girls as a scapegoat when it comes to their problems such as the scene when the club house burned down, and Alfalfa almost lost his best friend he says, “it all happened because I liked a girl” but it was really nothing to do with Darla that caused all of those events to happen it came from him not telling the truth and trying to hide her. One can also see the ideal role a woman should play in society. For instance, after the race Spanky did not expect Darla to be the one that helped them or be the one under the helmet.
The camera was rotating around her, which built the intensity of the scene and symbolized Katherine’s emotions, that everything was spinning out of control. Spielberg finally ended the movie with a powerful and intriguing cliffhanger which leads to the possibility of a sequel. This film also presented the viewers with a variety of themes. There was strong sense of feminism through Katherine Graham.