Conflict of opinions (‘The Adjustment Bureau’ & ‘The Minority Report’) There are many texts

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Conflict of opinions (‘The Adjustment Bureau’ & ‘The Minority Report’) There are many texts which talk about conflict of opinions within the team and its consequences. Philip K. Dick has been one of the pioneers in science fiction writing. His stories, ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ and ‘The Minority Report’, are two of the best examples of a conflict discussed below. “The Minority Report” is on some unacknowledged sections of the (society i.e) minority but it has nothing to do with society. This work is entirely based on the conflict of opinions which were offered by three mutants who could see the future. The Precrime Department of the US State Department works to stop murders by the help of these three mutants and extraordinarily…show more content…
There were certain officials involved from the same department in his child kidnapping which is why he had to choose the way of getting investigated. This character shows the actual human values. Putting all the roles of an investigating officer together, that too a leader, aside, he went on chasing the real perpetrator and somehow got the actual minority report. A similar kind of change in characters has been seen in most of Dick’s work. These turns have been there because of conflict within the team. Agatha, being an essential part of Precrime future prediction ability shows, has a very strange reaction when she gets to meet the investigating official squad. Even after repeated instructions by the care taker, John tries to meet Agatha personally to know the actual process behind the future prediction. More importantly when the head of this squad, John Anderton, meets Agatha, she tries to pull him down intp the tank and says (in a very frightening voice) “Can you see?” This is where the story turned around. The whole spirit of John Anderton gets diverted after witnessing the actual future which was predicted and projected on screen by Agatha. Information decimation being one of the most crucial things in any investigating department, has also been modulated at the cost of personal interest. “Yes, Sir, I am Gideon. You are chief Anderton! The music relaxes the prisoners”, says the caretaker of the prison where John visited to seek some

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