'Antihero In The Movie Baby Driver'

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To depict an antihero without showing him smoking or drinking, the antihero can be depicted as a serial killer. The antihero can play the part as a serial killer, who kills people but says he does not drink or smoke. This character can believe that smoking and drinking is worst than his killing activity. He can kill people that chose to smoke or drink as his targeted victims. The tv show Dexter is an example that illustrate how an antihero can be depicted. In the tv show, Dexter, the main character solves murders as part of his job in Miami. He is a Miami-based blood spatter expert, but at the same time he commits murders. He is a serial killer who kills people who are guilty of a crime. Killing guilty individuals is a part of Dexter’s explanation of why they had to die. These individuals had to die because they committed a crime that harmed someone else and a response to their actions Dexter kills those individuals. This way of depicting an antihero will avoid any scenes of the antihero smoking or drinking.
Another way of depicting an antihero could be portraying the antihero as a bank
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Baby (Ansel Elgort) is the antihero of this film because he was the getaway driver that drops and picks up criminals after they do their terrible deeds. He eventually explains why he prefers to behind the wheel and drive. His mother and father died in an accident while he was in the backseat. In addition, he got blackmail by the man who arranges criminals for him to drive. He creates his own personal soundtrack to be the best driver. When he gets paid from every job he does, he saves enough money so he can leave driving criminals. He eventually decides to take the risk and quit his job of driving criminals and be with this woman he meets at a dinner. In order to make his foster day safe, he takes his money he was saving and puts him in a good nursing
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