The Breakfast Club: A Person's Identity

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The film The Breakfast Club demonstrates how a person’s identity can be influenced by conflict he or she has experienced in life. First, John Bender is influenced by his father who constantly cigarette burn on his arm, from his dad. Another example is that Bender is rude to his peers in detention, and the teacher, in order to feel good about himself of perhaps, that’s the only emotion he feels comfortable showing. Another kid in detention, Brian Johnson is influenced by his parents because they expect the most from him as in, being the perfect son. For instance, in the film, he beats himself up the whole time because he failed to build a lamp in shop. He was so sad that he brought a gun to school and was planning on killing himself because
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