Like they're a bunch of idiots who never knew this before. Simonet was younger his mother and father were off and on. Obviously, the grandmother's decision was not well-thought-out and cannot be condoned. Jerry Busconi Jerry is the first person that Trevor decides to help. Additional questions are set out below. This is exactly what happens in the 2000 movie Pay it Forward. At first, nothing seems to work out as planned, not even Trevor's attempt to bring Arlene and Reuben together.
One of the bullies pulls a knife, and Trevor ends up stabbed in the abdomen. As well as his grandmother. He gets in the middle to try and stop them. Eugene is helped by Trevor, who gets him to date his mom. Everyone deserves the right and ethical treatment. Trevor talk about this idea in class and everyone thinks that it was a good idea.
The two adults are brought together again when Trevor runs away from home and Arlene asks Eugene to help her find him. There are several adults in this movie with terrible scars. The reporter is baffled and asks if he perhaps was expected to and when this is denied he suspects the Jag might be rigged to blow up which of course was not the case. Ricky embodies conflict within the narrative. He is fearless to face the and to accept his own ugliness.
Trevor McKenney: You want to lie to me. It's a seductive theory, but in the real world, altruism is less powerful than selfishness, greed, nepotism, xenophobia, tribalism and paranoia. Simonet and the many things they did to help and the things they had to endure in their lifetime. This film does not change my opinion on community service because I already feel big on community service like always have. Trevor being successful in his experiment finds strength to protect his classmate.
If every person in trouble there paid it forward to three more people, there would be more Gamblers Anonymous members than gamblers. Certainly Las Vegas has people and agencies experienced in helping drug addicts and those on the street. Despite this penchant for angry outbursts, Arlene is downtrodden as a result of the continuous abandonment from the men in her life, especially Ricky. In the movie, Jerry didn't steal from Trevor or his mother, nor did Jerry hurt them, but that was sheer luck. What you don't know is that I agree.
Suggested Response: Answers will vary depending upon the experiences of the students. Emphasis on the satisfaction of doing the good deed can lead a person into danger, when calling for help or working through established and experienced agencies would be safer or more effective. Tell us some of the things that you think about. He simply asks him what happened, and Reuben's defenses crack ever so slightly. Do you like what the world is? The following comments will be helpful in putting the pay-it-forward concept into perspective and deriving the most benefit from the movie.
And why does every single student react the same way? It's an effective cameo, but it's awkward the way the movie cuts between scenes like that, Trevor's own setbacks and the tentative romance. The money ends up furthering their addiction, not helping them. Reuben is a black Vietnam veteran with a face shockingly disfigured by a grenade accident. In his rush to make the dramatic gesture of giving the car to the reporter, the lawyer ignored the values of these other stakeholders. Example: the lawyer who gave the Jaguar to the reporter; the reporter needed transportation home that night and perhaps it would have helped him pay the deductible on his insurance policy; he didn't need a new sports car; there were many people who had more urgent needs for the lawyer's charity than this reporter. And so I expect you to be here for me. His return and her acceptance of it angers Eugene, whose own mother had a habit of taking his abusive, alcoholic father back.
I believed in them and cared for them. She shows us the conflict between alcoholism and love to her son in such realistic way that you start to worry about her. Do you agree with Arroway or with Drumlin? Just clone the text onto a word processing document. It tells a story that audience members will want to like, but it doesn't tell it strongly and cleanly enough; it puts too many loops into the plot, and its ending is shamelessly soapy for the material. After this scene, does the film get better? But then again, does every good deed have to be self-less? Stuck, Dixon considered returning the money she was paid for the assignment. Trevor's efforts to make good on his idea bring a revolution not only in the lives of himself, his mother and his physically and emotionally scarred teacher, but in those of an ever-widening circle of people completely unknown to him. He is not a perfect character but still abides by some kind of moral code.
Are we supposed to believe none of them have televisions in their homes, showing them places outside their town? Some meetings are divided into two parts. The conflicts that the actors portrayed lent a very distressing tone to this movie. Bringing a Homeless Man Home: Trevor invites a homeless man to eat, shower, and sleep at the house that Trevor shares with his mother. Then there were the actions which were not intelligent and exposed others to risk of harm, as when Trevor invited the homeless man into the house to take a shower. Suggested Response: See response to the preceding question. But one of the bullies appears to have a knife and the main character dies.