His seemingly endless pondering would cease when Andy broke out of jail in a hole he had dug through the wall. Eventually, Red got out on parole, and it was the hope that Andy brought to Shawshank that kept him going on the outside. In this story, Andy was the most hopeful person in Shawshank, but he was also sensible towards the notion of risk and reward. Despite being a
In the film Red notes that when Tommy says he can prove Andy innocent it gave Andy that extra hope he needed, and Andy’s hope ended up rubbing off on the other inmates. Towards the end of the film all Red has when he heads to meet Andy is hope, as he cannot cope with the outside world anymore and has no idea if he will even make it over the border and find
Us against them.’They grinned. Then Ender said, ‘Better invite Bernard.’Alai cocked an eyebrow. ‘Oh?’ ‘And Shen.’‘That little slanty-eyed butt-wiggler?’” ( ). He shows that he is loyal to old friends and also willing to be friends with new people at the same time. Although he shows these traits, he doesn’t realize that he has friends.
This is important to notice because it tells the readers that Andy was by no means innocent and it reveals his sins. After a couple had wandered into the alley and refused to help him because of the name on his back, he then thought of death, he thought “Now in the alley, with the cold rain washing his hot body, he wondered about the meaning. If he died, he would die as Andy.” Andy continued to think about the meaning of his
She is a different person at the end, using her makeover as experience. This leaves Andy as being a character that balances between the two angles of Girl World, with one half powered by her desires to succeed, and the other half coming to terms with the punishments that lie ahead if she tries to have it all like
In the movie, it is applied when Andrew was placed as a homosexual with AIDS. One of the first scenes in which Andrew is treated differently is when he seeks Joe’s help. Before Andrew sought his help, Joe Miller was helping a client who did not really have a case, however Joe reassured him that he did have a case. However, when Andrew seeks his help, Joe says that he does not “buy” his story and does not believe he has a case. Joe perceived Andrew as different, he changed his attitude towards him, and so he did not want to help him.
The Shawshank’s Redemption is a such satire movie. The movie tell about the story when Andy in the jail. The main character Andy was framed by killed his wife and mistress. Andy was jailed, he would spend his all life in the jail. Prison suppose be the place to renew the criminal.
Of course the Warden would want Andy there because Andy was making him so much more money than before, illegal or not. To take his mind off of it Andy moves forward quickly and focuses on sending letters to the state, and ultimately makes the best library in all of New England. Even when Andy’s faced with opposition, he still holds onto the hope he has and constantly reminds himself of the hole behind his
The next day Andy doesn’t come out of his cell, for a scary moment it seemed like Andy actually died. However he disappeared from his cell. Commentary: The audience never expected Andy to escape because he never left a hint that he was planning to. He hid his hammer in the bible and covered the hole with a poster. Andy’s escape was a twist unexpected by all audiences.
Without directly conversing with Andy, Red utilizes a metaphor to compare Andy to a “beautiful bird”. Here, as the beautiful bird was able to seemingly able to “dissolve walls away”, it symbolically portrays a glimpse of hope, as one day he might be released. In addition, when Andy was released from solitary confinement, Red approaches Andy, saying: “That there are things in this world not carved out of gray stone. That there 's a small place inside of us they can never lock away, and that place is called hope.” (351). As Red feels empathetic towards Andy, he further tries comfort Andy.