He also picks fights with all the other jurors, he even threatened to kill juror #8 after he called him a sadist. He expressed a lot of anger in his thoughts which changed the way a few jurors thought of the defendant. No one knew till the end when juror #3 started crying and revealed his sensitive side. He looked grumpy and disturbed the whole movie and his emotions finally break lose. The real reason he was being so obnoxious was because he had issues with his teenage son which effected his opinions about teenagers.
Brandon is a secretive man – bounded as such by the shame that haunts him – feeling volatile for the first time in his life. Or is it the first time? Shame’s obscurity is the thing that people are going to be most challenged by. Not that that’s wholly bad — people love to be given an incomplete picture and told to imagine the rest of it, especially when the film being watched is as fundamentally and artistically interesting as this film is, or the performance on-screen as endlessly fascinating as Fassbender’s Brandon. Shame is about sex addiction and tells the story of one man’s internal battle where virtuosity and goodness are at war with the despotic darkness which controls and always has controlled him.
In essence Huck lies throughout the text, sometimes for the good, and grievously sometimes for the bad. Huck Finn has a tough life which puts gashes though his self-morality, so sometimes not believing what he says is not all that wrong. Huck has a father that tries to supply the good for him, but does not always end up in good terms. Pap is a complete drunkard, a mess, in some people’s eyes a waste of life. He takes Huck to a cabin where Pap physically abuses Huck.
Hally’s father, an alcoholic, is an antagonist, suffering from an illness and a drinking problem. Another thing that makes Hally want to go ballistic, is when Hallys father is drunk, he will hit his mother. The father’s drinking problem has a very deleterious effect towards the family’s relationship. When his father is feeling bad, he uses alcohol as a palliative. Hally’s father is an onerous man, because he drinks instead of standing up and taking care of his responsibilities.
He feels oppressed which leads to his cruel decision to mock Joy. This decision stemmed from his confined state, physically constricted by not only the city under siege, but also the Shen family grounds that he inherited after his father’s death. Not only is Chia Kang restricted to these physical features, his loyalty to his mother restricts his free will and power, which forebodes irrational judgment, as restrained creatures often lash out due to a deteriorating mental state. Chia Kang’s mother has a very high influence of him, even domination over him, and this is shown to the reader through
A Critical analysis of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ (Pages 78-79) From this passage from chapter four of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess, the reader understands that the "vitamins" Alex believes he has received have something to do with his intensely bad reaction to the films. It appears that the doctors are conditioning or what I thought was brainwashing Alex to associate violence and criminality with dissatisfaction. Alex's free will to watch the films at the beginning is quickly undermined and, by the end of the chapter, he has no free will over either his reactions or the doctors' actions and therefore suffers the undeniable consequences of the video clips. I think that the choice of a war torture film and other such violent clips is not subsidiary; the doctors are sadistic torturers themselves, revealing in their aggressive examination on naive Alex. Their sarcastic remarks to the powerless victim are evocative of the sarcasm Alex and his gang used on the victims that they beat and sometimes raped.
Amir was in the corner of the alley, not having enough courage to stand up for his friend that is soon brutally abused. From then on, he lived with his guilt for many years. His shame is complicated by his own realization that he partly doesn’t help his friend, precisely because he is jealous of him, as well as being a coward. Soon his own shame drives him nearly crazy and in desire to end his pain, he sets Hassan and his father up for a shame so great they have to leave the home, which will seemingly free Amir of his
And lastly, Tyrone resents taking on a family, because it kept him from making his “big break” as an actor. In the beginning it is obvious to see that the Tyrone family lives differently than most other families. For one their house has many unused and unlived in rooms. On top of that the family is always in a tailspin of emotions. One minute joking and teasing and the next fighting and yelling.
The partner is quickly becoming the plaything if it does not remain consistent. He begins to cover the alcohol-related failures of the addict to lie for him to protect him. Out of love he wants to help him to get the problem under control, said he often neglected and his own life. The partner is the co-alcoholic, that is, it can also draw by supporting the addict in his particular alcohol lifestyle from alcohol. Often partners of alcoholics fall also in great self-doubt.
There are many instances, in which the lives of people are affected by the decisions and actions taken on by others. The movie displays one of these approaches when Mr. Hundert exhibits academic dishonesty and removes a student from the Mr. Julius Caesar Competition based on what he’d thought was the better choice. Having a previous family member win the Competition, the pressure for Martin’s success was substantial. Therefore when he’d lost his position, many consequential events had resulted. Firstly, Mr. Hunderts decision to remove Martin in the standings causes Martins personal integrity to scar, leaving him in a state of self-loathing and shame.