In another hallucination, Willy talks with Ben. They discuss the benefits of his suicide, and Willy is convinced that Biff will respect him even more so. He proceeds with his suicide. The last scene takes place at Willy’s grave, where only his family, Charley and his son
This is the first time we find out about what happened to Amerigo Bonasera’s daughter in the movie and why he came to Don Corleone for help. Amerigo always trusted the American justice system and now he feels like he was made a fool in the court. He does not meet Don Corleone until much later in the book where as it is the first scene in the movie. The similarity between the beginning of the book and the beginning of the movie is that they both begin with Amerigo Bonasera’s story of his daughter and how the boys who beat her and tried to
The morning after Horatio and the guardsmen see the ghost, the both intelligent and well-spoken King, Claudius, gives a speech to his courtiers, explaining his recent marriage to Gertrude - his brother’s widow and the mother of Prince Hamlet. Claudius exclaims that of course he mourns over his brother but has chosen to balance Denmark’s mourning with the delight of his marriage! Claudius is immediately portrayed to be relatively controlling over his Kingdom as he opens his speech to the council saying that everyone should mourn his brother’s death “in one brow of woe”, although to keep it under control with “wisest sorrow”. This also withdraws him somewhat into a cold light as natural emotions have to be withheld, possibly for his benefit in deceiving his own conscience. He uses positive language to make his recent marriage to Gertrude, his brother’s widow, sound perfectly normal through balancing “woe” with “joy.” To purify and justify his incestuous motive, Claudius believes his council, “through better wisdoms”, have accepted his “affair” all along.
Utterson soon meets Hyde in person, fully understanding the weird description of him given by Enfield. Enfield says that ‘he gives a strong feeling of deformity’ even though there is no visible deformity. Hyde is unheard of for a year after this meeting, until a brutal incident occurs with Hyde in the heart of it all. After this incident, Jekyll becomes once more the friendly party host he used to be, before his period of reclusiveness, and he swears he wants nothing more to do with Hyde. However, not long after that the sociable spell wears off and Jekyll starts rejecting visitors once more.
After having told Elaine about his affair with her mother, Ben discovers that Elaine is due to marry and, neglecting Mrs. Robinson’s requests, he stops the marriage. The movie closes with a shot of Ben and Elaine on a bus together with blank expressions on their faces. “The Graduate” was an extremely revolutionary movie, which clearly contributed to its great success. Its excellent use of editing allows the audience to further comprehend the character’s emotions. A clear example of this brilliant use of editing is the scene that starts out with Ben lying in his parent’s pool; when he gets out and puts his shirt on, he is revealed to be in a hotel room with Mrs. Robinson.
Paul and his staffs always try to be kind to the death row prisoners by making their death quickly and less painful. However, Percy deliberately does contrariwise. Instead of wetting the sponge that put on the head of the prisoners to conduct electricity and make the execution fast and more effective, he intentionally keeps it dry. It causes the prisoner to die in pain. One day, after seeing Paul suffer by the pain, John calls Paul to come to his room and suddenly pulls Paul close to the door.
Later that evening, when Marcus and Lucia go back home to Los Angeles to finally reveal to their parents their upcoming plans Bradford finds out that the man who towed his vehicle turns out to be the father of Lucia and that they are soon to become in-laws. Miguel Ramirez and Bradford immediately start arguing and start again with the racial insults the moment they see each other. When Marcus goes to Lucia’s family’s house for brunch, he meets Lucia’s grandmother for the first time the family purposely does not tell her grandmother about Marcus’ ethnicity. When Lucia’s grandmother sees Marcus’ face she lets out a shriek and fall flat on her back in astonishment. Mister
Beatrice sarcastically compares Benedick to a disease that men catch and says a great deal of negative things about Benedick. Don Pedro arrives accompanied by Claudio, Benedick and Don John (his brother). He greets Leonato and speaks with him while Beatrice and Benedick converse together. Don Pedro announces to his men that Leonato has generously allowed them to stay for a month. Leonato turns to Don John and tells him he is glad that Don John and Don Pedro are reconciled.
Lucky seems happy to be working for Dove as well as living with him and there seem to be a light ahead for him. Yet after a couple of deals gone wrong, and the breaking of a rule Dove had made, Lucky is shot in the head. Firstly I want to discuss if his lifestyle was chosen by himself or if it just was a path he was set upon. Lucky is only fifteen years old. He’s living at home in the beginning, but gets kicked out by his parents because of his drug addiction.
Yolanda is married to a man named Frank that wants to keep a tight rein on her. After an unpleasant introduction and a couple of run-ins with Frank, he gets the chicken pox and Yolanda is there to comfort him. This only leads to stronger feelings for her. He can’t help but hear the late night fights between her and Frank. One night he hears a woman scream and sees Yolanda run out the back door, only to have her knock on his window.