Essay heading: 1950's Movie Essay: "Rebel Without a Cause"

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Perhaps what makes this film of such cultural value is that unlike other teenage rebellious films of this generation, it takes a more sympathetic look at the situation and uses tragedy to get the value across. The tragedy following the "chickie run" and the fact that only two of the movies three stars survive into adulthood, really hits home to the viewer the cultural value of acceptance that these youths were trying to seek through more delinquent ways...
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The tragedy following the "chickie run" and the fact that only two of the movies three stars survive into adulthood, really hits home to the viewer the cultural value of acceptance that these youths were trying to seek through more delinquent ways. The only true bias in this film is the suggestion that only kids of upper classes families were trying to rebel and commit juvenile acts...
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