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Ambiguity of Belonging - Gran Torino

Ambiguity of Belonging - Gran Torino

 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr
 Sue and the gang
She's not afraid of them and
.
- she's very smart
cares a lot for her brother and concerned that
gang
he might get into tr

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Sue and the gang She's not afraid of them and . - she's very smart cares a lot for her brother and concerned that gang he might get into trouble with the she's confident and independent. Thao's first jobs Count the birds repailed the house painted the house did the roof did the gardening take a welp net. • says Gran Torino For Walt: the car stands for the American car industry (muscle car) being a man takes better care of car than his family Loyality his long life, an achievement . For Thao-trust and friendship Worthiness " what she thinks . freedom from sociely limitations. - opens the door to and being a man helps him to fit into American Society Symbol of their friendship Walt and his own family. Ⓒ. they are his "flesh and blood" · same traditions, cultures, religion, language entering society Ⓒ they want to get him of their way he never made an effort for then they just call when they need Something don't even celebrate Thanksgiving . He really appreciates the Hmonas sense of community, their respect for the old and their hanging on to their cultural traditions he killed innocent people in the Korean War. • he also failed in being a good father ↳ make him feel guilty · as he confesses to Father Janovich he is finally at peace. Sue Her beliefs are very important for her, because she is more Others religion is very important for her, because she celebrates the traditions and the events with...

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her family she seeks for good relationships, she takes her time to let the relationship develope in order to make a one out of it great be treated equal and follows the same treatment with people in her community Sue has a good personality she always tries to take care prevent him from doing bad things and she always wants to help all people. • Strong relationship with her family, is always with her grandma and also Walt is a part of he family. Thao and the gang Promises Protection from the other gangs his family would see him as a real man who has a mind of his own join the because they to know what the gang does yang the gang, Costs Thao needs to commit a crime to join i.e., stealing a car •Thao could lose his personality in order to fit into the gang Thao would have to change his character to fit into the gang. He'd also be hanging around with people. BRUNNEN [ not doing things he wants to help Thao Vang Lor -16 year old teenager, grows up in a female-dominated house, without any male role model he lacks of self-confidence 6 he does not know where he belongs to and searches for an identity Easy to push around he has to do jobs for Walt because he tried to steal the Gran Torino 6 he really rises to the tasks presented to him Walt teaches Thao how to talk and behave like a man ↳ he grows from a teenager into a male adult he first accepts the gangbangers' brutality and does not want wall to do anything against itu Afte Sue's rape he is willing to kill them Walt inherits him his Gran Torino ↳ giving him the opportunity to assimilate into American society owning a car is necessary for success Sue ・is a strong young woman, able to live in both worlds. of Hmong tradition and modern western liberalism ↳ she has a white boyfriend she ・is self-confidence, is not afraid of the gangs, says what she thinks. she bridges the gap between her family and Walt ↳ without her, they would not have become friends Racism in a Multicultural Society Gian Torino shows the contribution of different ethnic groups there is no contact or exchang with the neighbors barries play a different ethnic groups comon unication between the major role, they block the Hmong Walt racism is clearly directed. against heighbors · racism creates a divide between ethnic groups and Causes U Wall and the Hmong family! Ⓒ they protect each other - they take care of him - they respect him. Wall is a role model for Thao Walt helps Thao to 06 a person grow the importance of food 6. they have different cultures. taff start because of Thao wanting to steal the car traditional enemy racist slurs Walt is also hostile towards the Hmong Walt and Thao Walt is like a teacher for him. •Walt is a little bit like a lifesaver, because he saved him from that cousin ・Walt is a role model for Thao • Walt spends time with Thao, teaches and protects him. •Thao tells him to go to the doctor → says he should quit smoking · Thao gol more self-confident → the relationship changed Walt let Thao take the Gran Corino paralel to the beginning ↳ Walt trusts Thao → relationship is very good now. ↳ he never gave his family / son the car but Thao →very important Wall and Sue · mutual respect, sympathy and trust ↳even though he's much older, he likes and respects Sue they communicate with one another almost as equals Walt saved her from the African American thinks that Wall is a good man man and a good role model for Thao BRUNNEN him for Thao they laugh with each other Walt asks about their life / culture She wished her father could've been a role model like Walt always complained about others, believing in their fauts I instead of asking what he himself can do contact with Hmong gives him a second chance . negative stereotypes: African American who are always hanging around the street and attacking every girl racial language until the end Negative stereotypes ・African American hanging around in the street and attacking every girl they meet •Asian American portrayed as docile and possive, they are helpless against the gang's 's terrorizing the neighborhood Positive stereotypes • Asian girls are smart. Asians take greal effort in assimilating (Gun) Violence in America they have the right to bear arms hotly disputed issue in the United states Walt has at least two guns (a pistol and his M1 Grand Rifle from the Korean War he does not hesitate to take them in order to scare the gangbangers away the gang's use their comphitting climes guns The drive-by shooting the Latino gangbanger flashes a pistol without any necessity 4 just to show his power Smokie pulls out a for enforcing dominance or gun to show the dominance of the Hmong gang Hmong gangbangers use their weapons as a final warning 4 they do not aim at killing anybody. BRUNNEN different beginning: Only verbal groups and Walt tensions between the I Gran Torino Walt Kowalski: A locist who turns out to have a good heart · still D living in the 'sas' his conservatism, patriotism and racial prejudices make him a typical white American of that generation • he worked at Ford his entire life. he is haunted by his Korean War experiences, in particular by his killing innocent people. •he does not distinguish between different Asian ethnic groups. is they are all alike, remind him of his bad conscienceoups. he is an outdated old timer like his vintage car, the Gran Toring he is alienated from his two sons and their families and potrayed as a grumpy loner •his behavior is stereotypically masculine, e. g. solving problems on his own, protecting or defending himself and others with a gun and not going to the doctors The becomes a male role model for Thap - getting in touch with his Hmong neighbors changes him he has got more in common with his Hmong neighbors than with his own family. he is the only one who has got an American flag hanging outside his house he feels guilty about his failed family relationships (confession to Father) solving problems alone (use force) 4 Wall's self-sacrifice is a Wall's self-sacrifice is a way to avoid a long and painful suffering to death from his lunge cancer. He is not a man who wants to see his physical strength decreasing and have to rely on others. Watt's death opens way the to restore law and order in the neighborhood, as the gangbangers are put to jail BRUNNEN Symbols and Motifs Mirror symbol of Walt's introspection, e.g. when he finds out that he has more in common with the Hmongs than with his own family Lighter ·symbd of Wall's Korean War experiences constant reminder of his guilt Gender stereotypes -playing with the audience's conception of men and women Cross ·lying on the ground with his arms spread out in the moment -symbol of Walt's salvation D n Concept of Masculinity Walt's characterization corresponds to the traditional definitions of masculinity. she went to war and possesses two guns. ↳ he worked at Ford and had two caNs (pick up truck, Gran Torino) 4 married and raised a family with two sons 4 dlinks a lot and is a chan-smoker 4 his language is vulgar and commanding •Thao is bossed around by his sister and does women's work • other Hmong teenagers are gangbangers, rebelling against ther culture and their fathers' way of life. • With Walt's help; Thao is manned up: can talk like a man and Starts dating Youa. ↳ gets a job in construction, a field considered to be typically 4 when the Gran Torino is passed ove to him, his assimilation to American Society is completed The Ambiguity of Belonging Cultural and social identity problems. . . Thao is torn between his Hmong traditions and his wish to assimilate into American Society · All people around him emphasize Thao's female character trait's and behavior. He searches for a clear male identity • Walt colls him pussy' → he misses in Thoo the masculine character with the Gran Torino, he is finally equipped with everything ↳ complete male identity: a car, a girlfriend and a job final scene: he has grown wn a beard Walt having resisted the overall white flight, he lives alone admist a Hmong dominated community in which he does not fit ・he recognizes that he has more in common with his Hmong neighbors than with his own family · he does not fit in the Hmong neighborhood feels like the last survivor of an older generation" Suffers from the inner distance that is between him and his family

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Sue and the gang She's not afraid of them and . - she's very smart cares a lot for her brother and concerned that gang he might get into trouble with the she's confident and independent. Thao's first jobs Count the birds repailed the house painted the house did the roof did the gardening take a welp net. • says Gran Torino For Walt: the car stands for the American car industry (muscle car) being a man takes better care of car than his family Loyality his long life, an achievement . For Thao-trust and friendship Worthiness " what she thinks . freedom from sociely limitations. - opens the door to and being a man helps him to fit into American Society Symbol of their friendship Walt and his own family. Ⓒ. they are his "flesh and blood" · same traditions, cultures, religion, language entering society Ⓒ they want to get him of their way he never made an effort for then they just call when they need Something don't even celebrate Thanksgiving . He really appreciates the Hmonas sense of community, their respect for the old and their hanging on to their cultural traditions he killed innocent people in the Korean War. • he also failed in being a good father ↳ make him feel guilty · as he confesses to Father Janovich he is finally at peace. Sue Her beliefs are very important for her, because she is more Others religion is very important for her, because she celebrates the traditions and the events with...

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her family she seeks for good relationships, she takes her time to let the relationship develope in order to make a one out of it great be treated equal and follows the same treatment with people in her community Sue has a good personality she always tries to take care prevent him from doing bad things and she always wants to help all people. • Strong relationship with her family, is always with her grandma and also Walt is a part of he family. Thao and the gang Promises Protection from the other gangs his family would see him as a real man who has a mind of his own join the because they to know what the gang does yang the gang, Costs Thao needs to commit a crime to join i.e., stealing a car •Thao could lose his personality in order to fit into the gang Thao would have to change his character to fit into the gang. He'd also be hanging around with people. BRUNNEN [ not doing things he wants to help Thao Vang Lor -16 year old teenager, grows up in a female-dominated house, without any male role model he lacks of self-confidence 6 he does not know where he belongs to and searches for an identity Easy to push around he has to do jobs for Walt because he tried to steal the Gran Torino 6 he really rises to the tasks presented to him Walt teaches Thao how to talk and behave like a man ↳ he grows from a teenager into a male adult he first accepts the gangbangers' brutality and does not want wall to do anything against itu Afte Sue's rape he is willing to kill them Walt inherits him his Gran Torino ↳ giving him the opportunity to assimilate into American society owning a car is necessary for success Sue ・is a strong young woman, able to live in both worlds. of Hmong tradition and modern western liberalism ↳ she has a white boyfriend she ・is self-confidence, is not afraid of the gangs, says what she thinks. she bridges the gap between her family and Walt ↳ without her, they would not have become friends Racism in a Multicultural Society Gian Torino shows the contribution of different ethnic groups there is no contact or exchang with the neighbors barries play a different ethnic groups comon unication between the major role, they block the Hmong Walt racism is clearly directed. against heighbors · racism creates a divide between ethnic groups and Causes U Wall and the Hmong family! Ⓒ they protect each other - they take care of him - they respect him. Wall is a role model for Thao Walt helps Thao to 06 a person grow the importance of food 6. they have different cultures. taff start because of Thao wanting to steal the car traditional enemy racist slurs Walt is also hostile towards the Hmong Walt and Thao Walt is like a teacher for him. •Walt is a little bit like a lifesaver, because he saved him from that cousin ・Walt is a role model for Thao • Walt spends time with Thao, teaches and protects him. •Thao tells him to go to the doctor → says he should quit smoking · Thao gol more self-confident → the relationship changed Walt let Thao take the Gran Corino paralel to the beginning ↳ Walt trusts Thao → relationship is very good now. ↳ he never gave his family / son the car but Thao →very important Wall and Sue · mutual respect, sympathy and trust ↳even though he's much older, he likes and respects Sue they communicate with one another almost as equals Walt saved her from the African American thinks that Wall is a good man man and a good role model for Thao BRUNNEN him for Thao they laugh with each other Walt asks about their life / culture She wished her father could've been a role model like Walt always complained about others, believing in their fauts I instead of asking what he himself can do contact with Hmong gives him a second chance . negative stereotypes: African American who are always hanging around the street and attacking every girl racial language until the end Negative stereotypes ・African American hanging around in the street and attacking every girl they meet •Asian American portrayed as docile and possive, they are helpless against the gang's 's terrorizing the neighborhood Positive stereotypes • Asian girls are smart. Asians take greal effort in assimilating (Gun) Violence in America they have the right to bear arms hotly disputed issue in the United states Walt has at least two guns (a pistol and his M1 Grand Rifle from the Korean War he does not hesitate to take them in order to scare the gangbangers away the gang's use their comphitting climes guns The drive-by shooting the Latino gangbanger flashes a pistol without any necessity 4 just to show his power Smokie pulls out a for enforcing dominance or gun to show the dominance of the Hmong gang Hmong gangbangers use their weapons as a final warning 4 they do not aim at killing anybody. BRUNNEN different beginning: Only verbal groups and Walt tensions between the I Gran Torino Walt Kowalski: A locist who turns out to have a good heart · still D living in the 'sas' his conservatism, patriotism and racial prejudices make him a typical white American of that generation • he worked at Ford his entire life. he is haunted by his Korean War experiences, in particular by his killing innocent people. •he does not distinguish between different Asian ethnic groups. is they are all alike, remind him of his bad conscienceoups. he is an outdated old timer like his vintage car, the Gran Toring he is alienated from his two sons and their families and potrayed as a grumpy loner •his behavior is stereotypically masculine, e. g. solving problems on his own, protecting or defending himself and others with a gun and not going to the doctors The becomes a male role model for Thap - getting in touch with his Hmong neighbors changes him he has got more in common with his Hmong neighbors than with his own family. he is the only one who has got an American flag hanging outside his house he feels guilty about his failed family relationships (confession to Father) solving problems alone (use force) 4 Wall's self-sacrifice is a Wall's self-sacrifice is a way to avoid a long and painful suffering to death from his lunge cancer. He is not a man who wants to see his physical strength decreasing and have to rely on others. Watt's death opens way the to restore law and order in the neighborhood, as the gangbangers are put to jail BRUNNEN Symbols and Motifs Mirror symbol of Walt's introspection, e.g. when he finds out that he has more in common with the Hmongs than with his own family Lighter ·symbd of Wall's Korean War experiences constant reminder of his guilt Gender stereotypes -playing with the audience's conception of men and women Cross ·lying on the ground with his arms spread out in the moment -symbol of Walt's salvation D n Concept of Masculinity Walt's characterization corresponds to the traditional definitions of masculinity. she went to war and possesses two guns. ↳ he worked at Ford and had two caNs (pick up truck, Gran Torino) 4 married and raised a family with two sons 4 dlinks a lot and is a chan-smoker 4 his language is vulgar and commanding •Thao is bossed around by his sister and does women's work • other Hmong teenagers are gangbangers, rebelling against ther culture and their fathers' way of life. • With Walt's help; Thao is manned up: can talk like a man and Starts dating Youa. ↳ gets a job in construction, a field considered to be typically 4 when the Gran Torino is passed ove to him, his assimilation to American Society is completed The Ambiguity of Belonging Cultural and social identity problems. . . Thao is torn between his Hmong traditions and his wish to assimilate into American Society · All people around him emphasize Thao's female character trait's and behavior. He searches for a clear male identity • Walt colls him pussy' → he misses in Thoo the masculine character with the Gran Torino, he is finally equipped with everything ↳ complete male identity: a car, a girlfriend and a job final scene: he has grown wn a beard Walt having resisted the overall white flight, he lives alone admist a Hmong dominated community in which he does not fit ・he recognizes that he has more in common with his Hmong neighbors than with his own family · he does not fit in the Hmong neighborhood feels like the last survivor of an older generation" Suffers from the inner distance that is between him and his family