I could almost see the atoms rearranging!” His voice had its old, familiar sound of excitement and discovery. It was the way he sounded sometimes when he came home from his laboratory after a good day and began to tell his wife about his work. (page 74)This section of the book is powerful because it shows how happy Meg’s dad is to actually see the outside world in a while. It also shows how worried he was for his family. In the movie once he got out of the tube he had been stuck in for years he hadn’t even been a little excited.
Junior and his Family are not ready to forgive the drunk driver Gerald, but it was an action that felt right, as it was for Grandmother Spirit. “My father was all quiet and serious with the surgeon, a big and handsome white guy”(Alexie 157). This quotation has a big impact on Junior as person. Later, he got to know the driver was drunk, and Junior and his Father thought about thrashing the driver. Instead, they kept Grandmother Spirits last wishes.
Notably, then, despite the film’s expository richness, its intelligent use of archival material, and the boldness it displays in incorporating family members (Andrés’s father and, in a short sequence, his uncle), with La televisión y yo Andrés Di Tella would not yet reach the pinnacle of the personal documentary form. Beyond expressing angst about the seven years of television he missed (angst that doesn’t totally gel into anguish, drama, or tragedy), beyond sharing with the viewer some childhood dreams (like wanting to be an astronaut), or excepting a brief sequence from his wedding (aimed at showing that it was there where he first met Rosenfeld), there is actually very little of “Andrés Di Tella” in this film. Even though the documentary’s style is subjective and personal, it cannot be described as intimate (perhaps with the exception of Andrés’s childhood dream). Certainly the filmmaker is present in the images we see. So are some of his feelings.
I think that it is capitalized because he is talking about Lenore and how she has “flown by” or died. The old man is all alone in his house, but we don’t know what happened to all of his family. He realizes that the bird is a new opportunity to have a friend and comfort during his depressing times, but he would still rather have the bird out of his house. I would think that he would like to have the bird not in his house but maybe sit on the window sill, outside, so he can still have comfort from
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His first instinct after having such a whirlwind of a night is to go to his brother and tell him about it; not to go home to his girlfriend, but to see his brother, his family. After the collapse, Jeevan spends the first few months with his brother in the sky rise apartment and finds that he “ha[s] never felt so close to his brother” (179). Throughout the first two months after the collapse, Jeevan is extremely optimistic; this combined with spending so much time with his brother shows how much happiness he finds from family. Additionally, twenty years after the collapse, Jeevan has settled down, found
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