The audience knew that his common sense was non-proficient in this scene considering that people ordinarily do not tell strangers about what is occurring in their lives, they may steal your belongings or point you in the wrong direction. Consequently, the police officer was trying to pull him off the train that he was on considering that they were able to contact Christopher’s father from all the information Christopher gave to them. Watching the production, the crew used a mixture of the flashing visuals on the grid and the loud sounds seem overwhelming which gave us a taste of how Christopher feels at the station. Another scene that shows his deficiency in common sense was when he was taking his A-level Math exam. Judy’s relationship with Roger is falling apart, his mother decided to travel back to Swindon so Christopher can endure his A-level Math exam, where Christopher was feeling exhausted during his exam period.
After finishing high school, Chris decides to go on a summer excursion and travel the country, where he ends up in California, revisiting his old neighborhood. This is where he spends time with his half siblings, from Walt’s first marriage, who still live there. Chris finds out that after he was born, Walt had been continuing the relationship with his first wife, which Chris infuriates Chris, and he takes very personally: “Chris was the sort of person who brooded about things. If something bothered him, he wouldn’t come out and say it” (122). Letting his emotions build and broil over the newly discovered secret, Chris feels alienated from his parents.
For example, in Afghanistan 36% of the population, lives in absolute, extreme poverty and 37% lives just above the determined poverty line. Even though around $35 billion was put into the country from 2002-2009. Even the nuber one cause of death is poverty. There was a movie titled “The pursuit of Happyness” made in 2006 which explores the idea of extreme poverty in the states.The movie is about a man named Chris Gardner ( played by Will smith) and his son Christopher ( Played by Jaden Smith) who becomes extremely poor as well as homeless so he has to try to get back on top of things. Although, the movie never says why he is poor we can infer.
Chris describes the ranch to be like a place of refuge or paradise. His reason for creating this fantasy is, because the real ranch is bleak, and depressing. Secondly, Chris’s innocent and childlike behaviour is symbolized by Vanessa and the other children. His love for children and innocence is illustrated by the stories he shared with Vanessa about the dinosaurs and the ranch. Finally, the horses “Duchess and Firefly” are another symbol for Chris’s need to escape from reality.
Since his father lie to him and kill the dog, Christopher feel very disappointed and he can’t trust his father anymore. As a result, he decide go to London and find his mother who was act by Enid Graham. At the middle of the story, Christopher is on the train station and he is performing the behaviors of autistic person such as he hate the noises that made by train and hate people touch him. Those behaviors caused him almost near the death. Fortunately,other people help him and he get to his mother’s house successfuly.
Another example of how Christopher is coming out of his shell is the time he goes to the candy store to buy candy. After buying candy, Christopher talks to Ms. Alexandra about the killing of Wellington. These examples show that Christopher can and will overcome adversity and accomplish his goals even though overcoming his father’s authority and his multiple fears of talking and being near other
The story of Chris Gardner shows that determination can make dreams come true and that character and attitude are essential qualities for success. Office Space (1999) Director: Mike Judge. Genre: Comedy. Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Ron Livingstone, Stephen Root. Running time: 89 minutes.
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time can be seen as a Bildungsroman, which is also known as a coming of age novel. Christopher the main character undergoes many challenges, steps outside of his comfort zone, and adapts to the “adult” world. Christopher has a mental illness known as Aspergers which affects his ability to effectively socialize and communicate with others. In the novel he begins to learn about the real world and grows throughout finding out who killed a dog named Wellington. Christopher grew up without knowing much about the world and life it self.
In short abridgment our main character, Chris, is invited to his girlfriend’s family residence for a peaceful getaway from city life. Taken into consideration that Chris is in an interracial relationship, there are of course some reservations and precautions when entering a predominantly white neighbourhood as an African American man. And thus, the dilemma arises; every red flag, unheeded warning, and gut feeling that transpired for the first twenty minutes and onward has been blatantly disregarded. In which Chris must learn that doing so leads to dire