Gangs of New York Essay | Gangs of New York, A Film Analysis

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Gangs of New York, A Film Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the Martin Scorcese film, Ganges of New York. Discusses major themes from the film. Describes main character Bill the Butcher and explores how he affected the incoming immigrants.
Bill the Butcher was the ideal "bad guy" for a movie. He was a stubborn individual who would not change his ways of thinking for anyone. If you came off a boat and tried to settle in the United States you were automatically hated by Mr. Cutting. Bill was a tall man, very skinny, and he had long hair with a matching mustache.

Bill and his party believed that the only rightful people to have jobs, families, and make money were people who were born in the U.S., not immigrants. Women and children are not even spared by Bill and his rugged party. They hatred for the immigrants was so strong that they would shout profanities at them or hurl rocks at them when they unloaded from the massive ships. At times they would beat an immigrant close to death just because...

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