The Breakfast Club Essay | "The Breakfast Club"

This student essay consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis of "The Breakfast Club".
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"The Breakfast Club"

Summary: An analysis of themes and characters of John Hughes' film "The Breakfast Club."
The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club, a film directed by John Hughes, describes the events that happen during a group of five teenagers' Saturday detention. Each character comes into the day as someone who does not have a whole lot in common with the other four. As the day progresses, they each begin to become acquainted with one another and discover that they have more in common than they had previously believed. As well as finding out who these other people are, each character undergoes his or her self-discovery as they are able to examine how who they are determines what they do and how they act.

These students each arrive on Saturday morning to their high school by different means, and each way it is that they arrive is a precursor for what kind of people they begin the film as. Brian Johnson is dropped off...

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