| Driving in First Gear | 1969/17 | At dinner, the whole family discusses Lil Bit's breast size and her Grandfather says she doesn't need college. Lil Bit gets upset and Peck consoles her. | Shifting Forward from First to Second Gear | 1970/18 | Lil Bit confides in the audience that the real reason she got kicked out of college is because she had a constant companion in her room. | You and the Reverse Gear | 1968/16 | Lil Bit and Peck are at a celebration dinner and Lil Bit gets drunk. | Vehicle Failure | 1968/16 | Peck takes Lil Bit to the car.
Beneatha is his sister and Travis is his son. During the play Walter and his sister Beneatha do not see eye to eye with their thoughts on the way the rest of the insurance money should be spent, they are getting insurance money because there father died. During the play Mama makes a decision to put a down payment on a house in an all-white neighborhood which is unheard of during this time. But there is money left after she does this and the family discusses what should be done with it. Walter wants it so he could become owner of a Liquor store, whereas Beneatha wants to go to go school to become a doctor.
Gault’s mom came home that day from work and could not find her son anywhere. She then sent Gault’s oldest brother out to look for him. With no luck, they went to Gault’s friend Lewis’ house where they found out the dreadful news. The Lewis family also told them that they had a hearing in the Juvenile Court the following day. (Gerald punishment) The Supreme Court made their decision.
The story of two young lovers named Allie Hamilton and Noah Calhoun, who meet one evening at a carnival and they share an idyllic summer love affair. They are separated by Allie's parents who disapprove of Noah's unwealthy family. They ban her from seeing Noah, whom they called "trash, trash, trash" and move Allie away. After waiting for Noah to write her for several years, Allie becomes a volunteer nurse in a hospital for wounded soldiers, where she meets an officer named Lon Hammond, a young lawyer
Wilson Lewis faces conflict with his relationships between his wife, his kids, and even himself. Lewis wants to be a better husband, but he is afraid he will not be able to make up for his past mistakes. When Lewis forgets his twenty-ninth anniversary his wife, Jane, is absolutely devastated. Soon after the anniversary is forgotten, Jane leaves to go to New York to spend a few weeks away from Wilson Lewis with their children. In this time apart Lewis spends quality time with Jane’s father, Noah Calhoun, and its Noah’s advice that helps Wilson to deviate the ideal plan.
_ Instead of staying behind the morning of the trip, the grandmother is the first one in the car. While traveling the grandmother tells the children a made up story about a plantation house that she had once visited with a secret panel only to excite the children so they would beg their parents to visit it. After a trip down the long dirt road the grandmother realizes that the plantation house was not in Georgia but in Tennessee. Too embarrassed to admit her mistake she causes her cat who she secretly concealed into the car jump out onto her son Baily who is driving. He then crashes the car into a ditch and the family is stranded.
After they momentarily lose their kids during a party they threw, they realize how much their kids depend on them, and gradually become responsible fathers. Lonnie falls in love with a woman from a Mommy and Me class named Brandy who he treats badly on date. Dominic's ex-girlfriend reveals she's a lesbian and feels he is too involved in his career to ever be a father. G's cousin No Good (Method Man) robs a store and his girlfriend feels he was in on it and takes their son away from him. After all three are given a talking to by Lonnie's Uncle Virgil, they realize how much they love their kids and what they have to do.
There is no enjoyable memories that her mother could think of after Beth points out that the solely pleasurable memory her mother has with April is hers. Therefore, these factors are the causes of why the relationship with her mother is alienated and fragile. April is the girlfriend of the African-American person named Bobby. As April has invited her family to join her and her boyfriend on Thanksgiving Day, they are required to prepare a feast in the festival for her family. The film “Pieces of April” has well illustrated that Bobby and April are looking forward to April’s family to come over to celebrate the festival.
Many other examples can be observed in short, such as the first person view of a pistol looking down your face from Henry Hill’s wife after she discovers he is cheating, when Henry is strung out on drugs the day of his arrest and we get a first person view of a helicopter above, and the focus on Henry Hills cross necklace as he picks up Karen for their first date. The scene with the cross is especially enjoyable and ironic to me because of all the “sinful” acts that Henry commits on a daily basis, and the fact that Karen’s parents are a different religion and do not respect
Tom quietly informs her he wishes to see her and so she arranges to meet them shortly, leaving her husband under the pretense of visiting her sister in New York. While on their way to Tom and Myrtle's apartment, Myrtle spies a man selling dogs and insists on having one. Once at the apartment, Myrtle phones her sister, Catherine, and her friends, the McKees, to join the party. The six people spend the afternoon in a haze of drunkenness. As the afternoon wears on and she becomes increasingly intoxicated, Myrtle becomes more and more outspoken about her situation in life, her marriage, her impassioned first meeting with Tom, and finally, Tom's marriage.