Dumped off by his mother, Mae, in the middle of nowhere with two crazy old men and the promise that she’ll come back for him, Walter doesn’t know what to believe in. Eccentric and gruff, Hub and Garth McCaan are rumored to have been bank robbers, mafia hit men and/or war criminals in their younger days. The truth is elusive, although they do seem to have an endless supply of cash. But Walter begins to see a new side to his great uncles when he stumbles on an old photograph of a beautiful woman hidden away in a trunk and asks Garth who she
Although Bob Jones is angry, he drives a new car and is employed. Easy Rawlins served in World War II and is an unemployed factory worker who is on the verge of losing his home. In Bob Jones' story his nightmares become his reality as he is overcome by external forces and inner turmoil. Easy Rawlins is not consumed by anger and accepts his circumstances and at the end of his story is a landlord and an independent business man. Bob Jones moved to Los Angeles from Cleveland because he was tired of being passed over for work while white boys were hired.
In a somewhat sub-plot, Biff wants to try again at his city life and get a good job that will not only take care of his families’ financial problems, but will also make his father proud of him. Another sub-plot suggests that Willy once had an affair, this somewhat strained his relationship with his son. The overall inciting incident of the play is when the mother tells Biff about what’s really going on with his father. That they’ve been borrowing money to pay their bills, their father drives all over the country and doesn’t actually sell anything. She also tells her two sons about how their father is suicidal and she has found a piece of rubber tubing in the basement that he will use to kill himself.
Luis goes to see his father and tells him that he will go back to Mexico for him one day. Carlos tells his son that he is sorry for not being there for him. Luis has to stay with his Aunt Anita and they watch Carlos get on the bus to be deported. Gran Torino is the movie that I really enjoyed watching. It was about a retired Korean War veteran, named Walt Kowalski who is pretty racist towards the Hmong family that lives next door.
“ I worked seven day a week at one or both of my jobs,” Tamarla Owens tells Insight. The boy’s father, Dedric Owens, was serving time in the county jail when his son took tat loaded gun to school. Dedric reportedly said that when he heard there had been a school shooting he knew the shooter was his boy. The father had been on parole since December 1999 but had been rearrested the Sunday. Little Kayla was killed by her classmate in Flint, Michigan.
Another characteristic was using the children as a means of control to potentially get Fran back with him. This is the scene when Mickey went over Francine’s mother house and said he would burst the door in her face if she didn’t let him get the kids. Once again James got his way because Fran comes back to him for the kids. Francine is isolated by James controlling ways, for an example Mickey asked her where she had got her new ring from and she told him she went into town; after telling him this he slapped her in front of the company and she isolated herself. Fran was also very loyal to him, but James didn’t seem to think so and if he did know he made sure she stayed that way because he beat her for smiling and looking when a partner of his told him Fran was pretty.
In 1990, after fifteen years of marriage, Jesperson got divorced and saw his dream to become a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman. He was unable to follow his dreams due to an injury during training. That same year he returned to truck driving and began to kill. Jesperson is known to have killed eight women over the course of five years. Strangulation was his preferred method, the same method he often used to kill animals as a child.
First of all, Victor is very materialistic in that he just wants to receive, but giving. At the beginning of the story, even though losing the job before, Victor still returns to his old job to ask for money to bring his father back from Phoenix. After failing to have enough the amount of money he wants, Victor takes advantages from Thomas to have the rest of the amount of money he wants. Although Victor has received some money from his father’s bank account, which he cares more than his father, he does not give back anything to Thomas. When Victor and Thomas come to the trailer where people find Victor’s father, the first thing comes to Victor’s mind is there might be something valuable in there and where his father’ money is.
She is afraid of being robbed again or be killed in their own house, so she wants to exchange all the locks. A Mexican locksmith does this job at the first time,who is bold and has tattoos, so she asks her husband to replace the locks in the morning again, because she thinks that a locksmith will copy the keys and give it to his gang members to rob their house. The locksmith Daniel hear this, but does not say a word. He leaves the keys on the table and leaves. Events of 36 hours are concentrated ...Our point of view is changing.
He does not bother to find a job or even support his family. He also blames Atticus for being a blue jay, because Bob believes that the reason he lost his job was because of Atticus. However, even if Atticus knows Bob is blaming him, Atticus does not let Bob’s claim ruin him. Nonetheless, Bob Ewell uses the welfare money to buy whiskey for himself, leading to his family of eight’s starvation. Back in chapter three, Atticus explained to his daughter Scout, “When a man spends his relief checks on green whiskey his children have a way of crying from hunger pains,” (Lee 31).