Rain Man Essay | Rain Man

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Rain Man.
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Rain Man

Summary: Reviews and analyzes the movie "Rain Man." Summarizes the plot and discusses critical reviews of the film concerning Dustin Hoffman's performance.
Released in 1988, writers Ronald Bass and Barry Morrow created a compelling story by introducing many to the world of autism. These two writers brilliantly plotted the dramatic story of a brother's greed developing into love in the 1988 Oscar winning movie Rain Man. Charlie Babbitt, the first main character played by Tom Cruise, is an arrogant, selfish businessman, striving to be wealthy, but his business is failing. The second main character in the film is Raymond Babbitt, played by Dustin Hoffman, who is an autistic savant who lives and is cared for at a mental institution. Charlie receives word that his father, whom he hasn't had contact with in years, has deceased. His father left an inheritance to Charlie and his unknown (or forgotten) brother Raymond. Charlie inherited an antique 1949 Buick Roadmaster while three million dollars went into a trust fund designated to an unknown beneficiary. Charlie, who is...

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