The Breakfast club. Communication between authority and children under different stereotypes . Synopsis.
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Communication between authority and children under different stereotypes
Bender is the way that he is due to the verbal and physical abuse he gets at home from an alcoholic and angry father with no help from his scared and passive mother.
Claire is this way because her father deemed her as “daddy’s girl.” She has always been spoiled by her parents.
Andrew’s father is the reason he is this way. He forces Andrew to be the top dog, the “Alpha Male” of his school.
Brian’s parents are very strict in that grades and school work are the most important and not even a “B” is good enough. They add pressure to Brian, almost to the point where he does these things out of fright.
Throughout the movie, Allison never lets anyone into her family life. However, she talks about meeting with a therapist. This proves why she might be guarded and reserved when it comes to interactions.