The Maze Runner Film Analysis

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No matter where someone is in the world, their surroundings can affect them in ways they never imagined. Depending on past experiences and one’s personal abilities, a surrounding or an area is different to everyone. In a city, there are inhabitants. These people have their own unique experiences compared to the people who visit. Visitors have different experiences compared to people who live in the city because of their varying perspectives. The root of everything is people’s mind and how they experience what exists. The past describes people’s present and everyone brings their past experiences to their new experiences. Baudelaire was a poet in the 1840s-1850s and he could find comfortability in solitude. This enabled him…show more content…
These people have a worrisome reaction to this new world, and their questions are endless. Generally, people tend to panic when they are scared and confused. Before entering the Glade, these people have no recollection of their past, but somehow remember their name within a few days of arriving. Based on their first experience which is arriving in fear and delusion, their perception of the Glade starts out as negative. Due to the extreme circumstances within the Glade community, all the characters are on edge upon arrival. Naturally, everyone has their guard up. The characters rely on the land to fulfil their immediate needs with the occasional unannounced packages arriving from time to time. Specifically, the Glade forces people to become savages, make impossible decisions, and act fast which compromises their safety. The surrounding comes off as unknown and intimidating. As a result, people are heroic in ways they would not be in the real world, and take chances without thinking about the consequences. The Glade is a surrounding that truly changes the human nature of people and drives curiosity. People act out in desperation to…show more content…
More specifically, he uses landmarks and streets to further his journey to find and understand his own identity. When the main character looks at photos, it is proof that something was, but for him there is a disconnect. Memories can be faulty and sometimes are a recreation of something inaccurate. It is difficult to say if there is a true self or if he is beginning to recreate his identity through the eye of someone else. His surroundings make him seem like a shadow moving through the world with uncertainty. This brings up the important question if identity is always in motion, should the main character keep looking for the core of his identity. As the story progresses, he is making a new identity as he continues to figure out his original
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