The Breakfast Club : Movie Analysis : The Breakfast Club

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The Breakfast Club
The Breakfast Club movie is about five high school students from Shemer High School with different backgrounds. It’s the story of “a brain (Brian), an athlete (Andrew), a basket case (Allison), a princess (Claire) and a criminal (Bender).” The purpose of the movie is to captive the feelings and perspectives on what other people have experienced and learned from each other. The analysis about The Breakfast Club is about the common insecurities and challenges of the teenager during high school. The Breakfast club is a movie to convey emotions, fears, and companionship that everyone can relate to. However, with new knowledge comes new perspective and emotions. This movie opens up a world of abstract thoughts because none of the five students know each other and it helps to create an interpersonal communication, they revealed to each other how their lives actually are. This movie is about Social Judgment Theory, Interpersonal conflict, self-disclosure, Social Comparison Theory and an unresolved life conflicts of a teenager life by finding their identities. The movie starts off with a group of teenagers in school, all from different social groups. They all meet in detention on a Saturday where they are forced to sit in complete silence and they get assigned to write a paper about “who you think are” by their principal Vernon. Throughout the movie their minds are exposed to the different lives and experience of each other; with that they create this bond that
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