The synopsis below may give away important plot points. In the opening scene, Jim is brought into the police station for public drunkenness. When his mother, father and grandmother arrive at the police station to retrieve him, conflicts in Jim's family situation are introduced as he explains to the arresting officer.
That why you moved from the last town? You can talk about it if you want to—I know about it anyway. And they think they are protecting me by moving. You were getting a good start in the wrong direction back there. Why did you do it?
As an example, he demands yes or no answers from his parents. He also looks at problems in terms of cause and effect.
Success Story Outcome Judy falls in love with Jim and is happy, something she never thought she could be; the Stark family is united with the indication that they will be a happy family: Mom—Dad—this is my friend.
Her name is Judy. The parents nod warmly and smile at her. She smiles shyly in response, happy at being accepted. There is a warmth emanating from the tight little group. Changes have happened to them.
Things have been shed and a new start has been made. Overall Story Throughline Psychology Overall Story Throughline An example of how the objective story explores a certain way of thinking is when Buzz indicates to Jim that he likes him, just before the chickie race.
Jim questions him about why, then, must they engage in a dangerous contest: I like you, you know? What are we doing this for? Stern 16 Being Overall Story Concern The teen characters are concerned with what it means to be a teenager. He calls me a dirty tramp—my own father! Do you think your father means that?
Overall Story Thematic Conflict Desire vs. Ability An example of how the conflict between desire and ability is explored in the objective story can be found in how the kids interact with each other and their parents. That they are unable to articulate their desires leaves them to resort to their physicality—such as fighting—which only undermines their aspirations to be taken seriously.A Rebel Without A Cause is a movie directed at the young adults of the s.
Teenager, a new term for young adults, is brought about within this film as a way to describe the character of the young adults.
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A Rebel Without A Cause is a movie directed at the young adults of the s. Teenager, a new term for young adults, is brought about within this film as a way to describe the character of the young adults.
Jim Stark is a troubled youth who constantly seems to get into trouble.
He's new in town - they moved because Jim had gotten himself into some kind of trouble - and he seems to be starting off where he left off when the police pick him up for being drunk on the street.
Rebel Without a Cause () on IMDb: Plot summary, synopsis, and more. The movie was released in , about a month after James Dean died. Other Other Many other aspects of the 50's were shown and broke many different social barriers. It brought teenage life, changing gender roles, and community to the forefront of the movie.