Rebel Without a Cause
By: Austin Sinden
The characters in the movie are all having trouble with their families. Plato's problem is that he is lonely because he does not have any parents. He tries to to look for someone to be the parent figure for him. He rebels by carrying a gun around and shooting at people that make him mad.
I believe Plato has learned that carrying a gun around and shooting at people will not get him anywhere, just into trouble. He needs to realize that his parents are gone and that there is nothing he can do. He needs to get over the faact and he should start trying to be normal and make friends.
I think the theme of this movie is to show how parents need to be there for their children. They need to be supporting for their children in order for them to be successful. Parents need to step into the role of being a parent.
Group Question - What lessons about parenting did you learn from this film?
From this film I have learned that parents need to take charge in a positive way and actually be the parent. They need to be supporting to show the children that they are there for them while also showing love for them.