They managed to kill all the underbosses before they say a prayer and kill the The Fat Man. Then they place coins on the eyes of the dead men. After hunting down Vincenzo Lipazzi who was underboss of Yakavetta family, the two brothers and Rocco went on a killing spree of evil man around the city. Papa Joe contracts the most feared killer to deal with the brothers, Il Duce. After a mission on a mob poker game, they got in a shooting with Il Duce.
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.
When Johnny Friendly’s gang murders his brother Charlie, Terry realizes the union corruption makes the decision to go against the union and make them pay, now that he’s felt the pain personally. The initial stage of the film, Terry Malloy is a part of a corrupt and threatening environment. He is a careless character, who is easily directed. However in time, Terry learns to stop being a follower and decide to start reclaiming power of his own life. At the beginning of the film Terry is initially ruled by Johnny Friendly and his mob.
Mrs. Milgrom and Shepsel, Janina’s uncle hate Misha because he came from the streets. Mr. Milgrom gladly accepts Misha as part of their family. When food began to get harder and harder to find, Misha found a way to the city. He could squeeze through a drainage pipe in the giant wall. During the nights, he would leave the ghetto and steal food for his family.
However, the two boys are linked together by the phrase, "Next time you want a broad, pick up your own kind." Right before the Socs attack Ponyboy and Johnny, in the fight that results in Johnny killing Bob, Bob states the reasoning for the attack. He wants the Greasers to know their place in society, and to stay away from Soc girls. Later, in Chapter 6, Dally echoes Bob's words when he explains that Cherry is acting as a spy for the Greasers, adding: "Man, next time I want a broad I'll pick up my own kind." Ponyboy remembers Bob saying this not even a week before.
She wants him to move into the old folks’ home and stop fishing illegally. Fusi believes that she just wants him out of the house so that she can gain possession of the house. The conflict mainly comes from Fusi and himself because of the inner battle he is having with himself because he is having difficulty accepting old age. In the end, Fusi ends up moving into the old folks’ home due to the result of having lost the battle with Emma and accepting that he really is aging. The main characters in this story are Fusi and Emma.
SCENES CHARACTERS THEMES “Johnny Friendly’s bar” 5:48 Demonstration of Friendly’s power and his justification for killing Joey Johnny Friendly; keeps control over everybody using physical intimidation of his workers. - Terry allows himself to be intimidate by Johnny (when he picks him up before). He constantly reminds him about making him lose a match so he and Charlie can make money. Gave us his life story, he feels he has worked and struggled for wheat he has achieved Johnny friendly reacts with complete overbearing psychical domination and exiles him from the docks Attempted corruption of Terry Places the money into Terry’s jacket symbolises that he is in control of Terry’s body and soul. As if he drawing him back after the violent
Much of Frank Lucas’s childhood life explains his motivation for living a life of crime. When he was 12 years old he witnessed the death of his cousin by the KKK for looking at a Caucasian woman in Greensboro, North Carolina (American Gangster True Story). Being young he was committing petty crimes until he engaged in a fight with his employer. He fled to New York where he drifted through petty crimes and pool hustling until gangster Bumpy Johnson took him under his wing. After Johnson’s death, Lucas broke the monopoly that the Italian mafia held in New York.
Romeo refused to duel with Tybalt which made Mercutio to feel honour bound to stand in Romeo’s place and fight. In the duel that ensued, Mercutio is slain and dies. Romeo was enraged and felt honour bound to avenge the death of friend Mercutio. He sought Tybalt and killed him in a duel. The prince of Verona, when he heard about this, banished Romeo from the city of Verona.
Balram’s success was to escape the darkness, the poverty, and the future that was guaranteed to him by society. Balram attempts to overcome his social and economic position bestowed upon him and plans to achieve his success with any means possible. With that goal, he decides to murder his master and leave his family behind. Through his letters to the premier, Balram implies that he has to kill Ashok to succeed, but he justifies this murder with the act of betrayal between the bond of master and servant and the lack of individualism he has to face. Throughout his life Balram had to face many types of influences, at one point he sees Mr. Ashok as the biggest influence to his perpetual servitude and he decides he must overcome him by erasing the mindset of being a servant.