It is because of the key idea, institutionalization, that Darabont has been hinting at all through the film and especially in this scene. Brooks’ has completely forgotten what it’s like to do anything for himself so as soon as he is given his own room he terrified about not knowing what to do and when to even do
As for Jeff, he believes he can escape, but the shadows tell the truth. He’s been pulled too far into the world and now fate is closing in. Although he doesn’t know it yet, Whit’s dead. His plan has failed. The shadows trap Jeff in the frame, condensing space, making the whole scene feel uneasy (well, that and the unknown intentions of Jim).
Various cultures did not approve of their existence as they were termed as idlers and thus there was a need to punish them. The classical period applied authoritarian strategy with an aim to maintain a socio-cultural order in the society (Argyriadis, 2016). Mad persons were first displaced and confined from the rational individuals. Studies were then conducted to determine the cure for insanity. Insane people were known to have a different cultural behavior.
He has no recollection of what has transpired in the meantime as well as the rise of Hynkel. The plot finds the barber struggling to adjust to life in the dictatorship that Tomania has become. He now faces extreme persecution as a result of Hynkel’s pathological antisemitism. The barber eventually ends up in a concentration camp with a former aid of Hynkel. Meanwhile, Hynkel planes to invade a neighboring nation, Osterlitch, but runs into a conflict with fellow dictator, Napolini.
“Shaking in every limb, I groped my way back to the wall; resolving there to perish rather than risk the terrors of the wells of which my imagination now pictured many in various positions about the dungeon.” The narrator is scared of what may be in the dungeon, since he cannot see anything. He does not know what is in this dungeon, so all he can do is imagine what is in here and how he is going to be executed. This relates back to my theme of the uncertainty of life and death, because the narrator does not know how he is going to die, but the narrator is doing whatever he can to avoid it. “Down-steadily down it crept. I took a frenzied pleasure in contrasting its downward with its lateral velocity.
I wanna go into space.” If Homer did not follow his dream of creating rockets, he would have been stuck coal mining which is something that he hated to do. We can also see that if we have dreams we won’t end up getting stuck doing something that we hate in a video about Ed Bray titled On The Road: Beating illiteracy - at any age. Ed Bray could not read and if he did not follow his dream of learning how to read he would have had to keep having to have other people tell him what things said and he would not be able to read any books which he hated. These examples show that dreaming is important because if we don’t we 'll end up doing something that we
Little dove – Forgive me for my scepticism but, in the light of your recent darkness I have to remind you - We have been here before. Disappearing into an oblivion of languish and misery, you forget that this darkness cannot and will not save you. How can it be that it’s escape your memory that this hell never was a home to your saviours? In the first place, this is where your demons lay roused and watchful, masking themselves as alluring angels before sucking you into an amnesia of sinister thoughts that will crawl through your mind into the depths of the lightless night. Forbidding you from the freedom of sleep, your skin will crawl until you itch yourself to rawness and enflame your bones into a fury of fire and ash.