Charley Benetto was a man from a broken family. His father left him unannounced out of parental divorce and let his family suffer with his absence. Growing up with a father that sells aclohol for a living caused him to inhibit drinking habits, which partially became a reason of his seperation between his own wife and daughter. Things got worse when he received news about his uninvited daughter’s wedding through the phone. Furious, Charley went on a drunken rampage and drove recklessly.
Meanwhile Imperator Furiosa drives a tank truck to collect gasoline for Joe. However, her true intention is to flee from the tyrannic Joe with his five women selected to breed hidden in the truck to her homeland. Immortal Joe commands a party to hunt down Furiosa and Max is chained to Nux 's car. Furiosa heads the truck to a sand storm, but Nux continues to pursue her. After the storm, Max succeeds to release from the car and brings Nux chained with him.
Rex spent required cash on liquor, he additionally returned home ‘sloppy drunk’ and raging at Rose and his children. Jeanette describes, “He broke windows, and smashed dishes and furniture until he’d spent all his anger.” Although, Rose Mary and the children put up with his inebriate acts, he continuously frighten and
He portrays gang violence more than anything. He constantly harrases the greasers accompanied by his gang. Additionally he wears several rings to scratch greasers so they go through more pain. Bob verbally offends the greasers by calling them “White trash with long, greasy hair.” Furthermore, Bob was a heavy drinker, who was “reeling and passing out in the streets” often. His own girlfriend, Cherry Valance is against it although he doesn’t care and still gets crazily drunk.
She, at that point, drives for quite a while and happens to wind up at the Bates Motel, because of the terrible climate conditions. This is the place Marion meets the on-edge proprietor of the motel, Norman Bates. Norman has all the earmarks of being living with his mom, when addressed by Marion about his mom, he appears to be distressed and extremely restless to uncover any description about her. At first, the conflict seemed to be about Marion and the fact she ran out of the situation with the money instead of Sam. Later in the movie, it was more apparent that the conflict was more towards Norman and his mother.
My parents absolutely despised it and tried to stop it as soon as possible. “Stop jumping on the beds this instant! My mother demanded. “You could get hurt or break the beds that we will be sleeping in!” My brothers replied, “They’re so much fun to jump on though! They bounce you higher than a trampoline and cushion you when you fall down.” “I brought some treats in the car,” my mother said.
Stella says “Drunk drunk animal thing, you!...decency in you” (Williams 62). He had slaps her in her face, when Stanley is in front of his friends he get out of hand. He asks different in front of his wife Stella. In the real world, when men hang out with their friends, they feel like they are the boss, so they start to show out to proof that they are man enough to put women in there place. Knowing that when they are around their wife’s they act so different because if their friends see how men act, they would think that he is a coward.
Scott and Zelda fought for their unsuccessful battle to save their marriage but it didn't work. By 1932 Zelda had her second breakdown from which she never fully recovered. "Tender is the Night" published in 1934 was unsuccessful, crushed by his failure and despair for the divorce of Zelda he became an alcoholic. In 1937 he become a script-writer in Hollywood, where he fell in love with Sheila Graham, a gossip columnist. For the rest of his life, he had been frequently drunk and being a partyer where he became bitter and violent.
Three men get out of the car and they were all carrying guns. The sun has begun to go down, but the grandmother recognizes one of them from the description as the misfit, and she screams. The man quickly tells her that isn’t a good thing. The mother of the children is asked to have her kids sit down because they are making him nervous standing around. Bailey begins to curse and upsets his family and mother because they are all scared.
On one hand, Carrie is oppressed by her mother who has strange religious views. Her mother views Carrie as a sin and prevents her to live a normal life. At school, Carrie is humiliated by her peers; they make fun of her because she is old fashioned. At the prom, they humiliate Carrie by showering her with pig's blood. On the other hand, Nor ELshrief whose masters in his work plan to rape his wife and send him to prison.