Ultimately I can’t say there is one specific person who is responsible for why Antoine ends up on the beach. Rather though a combination of people in Antoine’s life including himself and also France’s values and expectation of their children. His teacher is the primary force for trying to instill the importance of being a good person for the fatherland. Throughout the film he lectures Antoine about how he disgraces France or how he will fail to be a part of France’s society. This puts a lot of pressure on Antoine as he starts to change into a better person because he knows his teacher has an extra eye on him and even if he messes up on more time he will not be forgiven.
While Robbie prepares to “run away” his father is busy recalling memories of how his grandmother had not been angry with him when he messes and how she taught him that “from a child is beautiful, anything.” Remembering this, the fathers attitude towards his son is now happy and grateful, a big change from mad and frustrated. Robbie’s father started out being impatient with Robbie. After a few memories though, that all changed. He knew exactly what Robbie was going through, and he knew how much it
Two of the boys, Ralph and Piggy meets and discovers a conch shell on the beach. Ralph accepts idea of piggy and when they push air through the conch the sound make the other boys in the island to meets together. The boys are left to govern themselves, range in age that Ralph and Jack two older boys . They votes to put Ralph leader of them . Thus, he was the boy has a conch .The leadership was the key of all trouble faced them.
The Conch Shell Who has not held a conch shell up to their ears and listened for the sound of the ocean? It is a myth told to every child who has ever been to the beach. However, in William Golding's Lord of the Flies the conch shell represents much more. In the novel, the shell symbolizes civilization, order and peace. The conch help them figure out how to maintain civilization shortly after they arrived there.
Like all other human beings he has a goal in sight and gets proud, when he reaches it. During the story the boy passes through a development: When he leaves the shore he is this carefree, hopeful child, who goes through life easily, “Went heaving though the water like a swan” (p. 36, s. 20), but when he suddenly turns, he discovers that he has passed the unfamiliar, black, huge rock, much further down than his chosen point and he gets scared. He pictures the fear of the unknown as a snake that I think symbolizes the puberty and sexuality. The elfin symbolizes that, too (p. 35, s. 17). The horizon’s bound is point-of-no-return (p. 36, s. 23); the boy grows up.
In this situation with him drowning because George told him to jump in the water, it goes to show how much Lennie respects and trusts George. His trust and respect leads to him truly believing that whatever George tells him to do or what he actually does for himself is acceptable. With this in mind, Lennie knows not of what George is fully capable of doing to him, and he will almost never be responsible or directly involved in an event that will hurt him. In accordance to his drowning, he literally forgets that George told him to jump in and he cannot be self aware of himself at any moment even if he ends up almost killing himself. As the pair consider their work prospects on the new ranch, George explains to Lennie that, “if [The Boss] finds out what a crazy bastard you are, we won’t get no job, but if sees ya work before he hears ya talk, we’re set.
On the other hand I do think that some of the things that he does is a bit paedophile. For example Mr Hector and the groping of the boys’ genitals- (sorry for the graphic picture). I honestly believe that this is very wrong for a teacher. At the bottom of act one it shows us the boys having fun, and they are undressing Mr.Hector (appropriately just the gloves, scarf and jacket) and when you are looking at it, it seems fine just some people having fun. The clever thing that Bennett does he doesn’t start with the molesting he allows you to get to know Hector in the classroom and then tells you about the molesting on the motorbike, so once you think you know Hector and are ready to pass a judgement all of a sudden you are aware about this other side of him.
The first major symbol is the conch and how it symbolizes civility of the boys. “When Ralph blows into the conch in the beginning of the conch, a littun says, “But your shell called us” (23). The little boy showed that since the conch is what brought them together, it will keep them together whenever like when a leader calls a meeting to his helpers. The book also says that Jack came thinking the conch sound was boat sound which Jack wanted to be saved and go back home. Through the story, we see the boys loose their ability to stay civil and an example is, “The conch exploded into a thousand white fragments and ceased to exist” (181).
Adults on the other hand, appreciate the humor and the underlying messages within the film. In Finding Nemo, a clownfish named Marlin goes on a daring adventure in order to get his captured son back. Nemo, Marlins son, gets taken while doing a brave stunt in front of his friends at school. Nemo’s Capturers take him to live in a tank that they have set up in their dentist office. Marlin has to travel all the way to a harbor in Sydney, Australia to reach Nemo at the dentist office.
The movie starts by briefly explaining Piscine’s life in India. Piscine was a smart boy who’s father made a living, by being the owner of a zoo. The scenes at the beginning of the movie portray Piscine as an independent little boy, who goes to school and works hard on the side to make some money for himself. Piscine was named after his uncle’s favourite swimming pool, and even though his name had meaning, he was made fun of at school by the rest of the kids because his name resembles the word “piss”. Piscine did everything he could to get the kids to stop teasing him.