Breakfast Of Theme Essay
Once, the author was in the rural area for some work. But unlike urban folk they do not seem to complain. The author conveys an important message that happiness is not necessarily linked to wealth and material gains.
While walking at dawn in the cold autumn, he comes across a family of cotton pickers. The story teller seems to idealize the life of simplicity led by those simple villagers that were thankful to God while the man of city has gone so much materialized that he does not seem to be satisfied despite the heaps on heaps of favors by God Almighty.
At first, they appear to be judgmental of the others but by the end they learn to respect one another because they aren't so different after all. The movie is so well received because of the characters, the message and cinematography. In real life, high schools are divided into groups of people based on their appearance, interests and how they were brought up.
The reason for this is people stick with others that are similar to them.
Brian Johnson is very bright but has no confidence.
According to demographic experts, half of the world’s population is made up of people who are under twenty-five years of age.
Therefore, the youth demographic presents film makers with a sizable market for their wares.
This paper explores the movies “The Breakfast Club” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Out” as the blueprints of the youth culture of Generation X.
“The Breakfast Club” is written and directed by John Hughes.