Sex and Love We know that at least three of the characters are virgins, although they all initially pretend not to be: As a rebuttal of these mass-reproducible moulds, the film reminds us that the cement of identity never really dries. Here are five of the most powerful scenes: However, The Breakfast Club is sneaky with its deep emotional truths—and rooted in ideas that teens and adults are, and will always be, grappling with.
Hughes opted for an insular, largely one room set and wrote it about high school students, who would be played by younger actors.
By now you may have heard that Nelson, who played the volatile John Bender, was nearly let go from the film. He was really [ticked off]. Allison eats a bizarre sandwich and uses her dandruff as snow on a landscape drawing. The way Brian talks is way, way less freewheeling.
They know that Andrew has a good heart, but they will still view his social group, the athletes, in a stereotypical manner that is probably negative.
And that was, for me, the emotional transition that was when they were smoking pot. Kathleen Carroll from the New York Daily News stated, "Hughes has a wonderful knack for communicating the feelings of teenagers, as well as an obvious rapport with his exceptional cast—who deserve top grades".
The same reason many of us struggle: It explores the pressure put on teenagers to fit into their own realms of high school social constructs, as well as the lofty expectations of their parents, teachers, and other authority figures.
Which states that people favor ingroups to enhance self-esteem. None of the characters feel contemporary, least of all Bender, whose strong-arming the plot largely depends on for its movement.
Since Carl listens to their conversations and lives among them—and is working at the same high school he used to go to—he still feels in touch, whereas Vernon is totally out-of-touch.
Recent coming-of-age films have depicted the stories of more reserved teenagers: Claire seems well-groomed, whereas Allison has a gloomy look that suggests she views hygiene as a low priority—she uses her dandruff as snow in a picture, for instance.
I think there was a lascivious moment there," he said. Claire modifies her behavior, so that others see her as favorable and more willing of acceptance. So, none of these actions violate our preconceptions about them.
To explain this, Tajfel and Turner proposed the social identity theory. For example, when Brian asks if they will be friends in school tomorrow.
I look through your letters, I look through your lockers. It is later revealed than his first-ever F in a shop class no less! His quips strike a funny chord today more for obscurity than for wit: Themes[ edit ] The main theme of the film is the constant struggle of the American teenager to be understood, by adults and by themselves.
Bender tries to puncture this by taunting, "Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe? The first print was minutes in length. Instead they confirm those stereotypes. And in the beginning of the story that is what the audience sees. Characterization in The Breakfast Club Actions Throughout the movie, the different characters do things that reveal their personalities, usually in a way that conforms to set assumptions about them: You want to know?
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An interview with The Breakfast Club may have helped a wrongfully convicted man walk free ultimedescente.com The Breakfast Club is a American comedy-drama film written, produced, and directed by John Hughes. It stars Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy as teenagers from different high school cliques who spend a Saturday in detention with their strict assistant principal (Paul Gleason).
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