During the police station sequence, director Nicholas Ray employed the use of three frames within a frame, using glass partitions of office windows and doorways to split the screen, in order to show simultaneously the three main characters, "Jim," "Judy" and "Plato. The camera then pans degrees vertically as she walked down the stairs.
Rebel Without A Cause: For my Film and Society class, I wrote a film analysis over Rebel Without A Cause and what it means for the teenagers of the s and the relationship with their parents. By Chris Huqueriza November 7, What is the definition of a man?
By many standards, a man has been defined as the breadwinner, the leader, the hunter, etc. Anything less would be bad. Man has been predominately been seen as the powerful gender with patriarchal structure through history.
But the midth century has seen the rise of feminism so the man power has been reduced or over sighted. His character needs to decides what fate he will turn to as his family dynamics change him. Since birth, Jim Stark has always been influenced by his mother, Carol Stark, more so than his feeble father, Frank Stark.
On the other hand, Frank quarrels with her, yet is always defeated as she is the overpowering figure. The interaction between Jim and Frank exemplifies his fear. Jim is disgusted as he sees his father weak and as a tool of conformity: Frank lost his power and his influence over Jim, as the mother gained the power over him.
The scene climaxes with Jim rejecting his father and his conformist ways in the living room. Jim decides right then what his fate will be. After a tumultuous battle with his parents, Jim decides to reject his parents and gain his individualism.
His parents embody convention with the father weak and the mother domineering. His other option is to gain his manhood and his identity. To do this, Jim must remove his phobia of conformity by facing what his parents fear.
He becomes an aimless rebel without any clear cause. Throughout Rebel Without A Cause, Jim Stark faces the dilemma of conformity and individuality influenced by the family dynamics of his domineering mother and his emasculated father. Jim Stark becomes a rebel that must defy what his parents represent:20 Rebel Without a Cause (), Warner Brothers, Director Nicholas Ray, Producer David Weisbart.
Ronald Briley teaches film history and is assistant headmaster of Sandia Preparatory School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. James Byron Dean (February 8, – September 30, ) was an American actor.
He is remembered as a cultural icon of teenage disillusionment and social estrangement, as expressed in the title of his most celebrated film, Rebel Without a Cause (), in which he starred as troubled teenager Jim Stark.
The other two roles that defined his stardom were loner Cal Trask in East of Eden ( Feb 11, · Warner Brothers had bought the rights to Lindner's book, intending to use the title for a film.
Attempts to create a film version in the late s eventually ended without a film or even a full script being produced. Rebel without a cause.
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I loved the movie, and the book is even better. It's extremely well-written, and the tone of each chapter is fitting for the time period. The language of the chapters that take place in the future is also apt. Released July 15, , the cartoon is written and directed by Friz Freleng.
The voices were performed by Mel Blanc. The cartoon, one of a number of Warner Bros. cartoons set during the American Civil War, is a play on the movie title Rebel Without a Cause.