Rebel Without a Cause
Lonely: Plato is seen as lonely in the movie because he doesn't have a family in his life and he is searching for people that can serve as one. He finds friends in Jim and Judy, and even mentions wanting Jim to be his father.
Violent: Plato is easily pushed into taking violent action. He killed innocent puppies because he is seeking attention and doesn't want them to suffer. Then when he discovers the "cool" kids are going after Jim he goes after them with a gun and shoots one of them.
comesit symbols a family being faced with a problem and how they deal with it. The feeling they experience when running from the gang members and then the police are similar to those that one might have when faced with family struggles. The mansion seems to be there safe place to be away from everything, but in reality they are found by the gang members and the police.