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Ray tackles what it feels like to be restless, lonely and misunderstood in America’s middle class, with James Dean as the archetypal voice of disaffected youth. 6.30pm£5 per ticket or any 5 films for £20 Individual tickets available online. The iconic performances by the three leads are raw, natural and cut you to the bone. However, Judy is the girlfriend of neighborhood tough, Buzz (Corey Allen).

Teenager Jimmy Stark (James Dean) can't help but get into trouble, a problem that has forced his appearance-conscious parents (Jim Backus and Ann Doran) to move from one town to another.Platt), the only truly responsible adult figure (father figure) in the film, that she is experiencing problems with her father who has withdrawn his physical affections and love now that she is older and wears lipstick. He looks at me like I was the ugliest thing in the world. His father, stiffly dressed in formal dinner wear [suggesting his personality], often calls his son: "Jimbo." His parents have had to leave a fancy country club dinner party, and they are disapproving and embarrassed by his delinquent behavior. Ray: You had a good start in the wrong direction back there. She sobs that her father resists and reproaches her grown-up maturity. At the same time, a third, extremely troubled, sullen teenager, John Crawford ("Plato") is brought into another partitioned room. The colorful wide-screen Cinemascope feature is most remembered for being the film that best presented the talent of young charismatic cult star James Dean, shortly before his premature death in 1955. After offering her a ride to school, she turns unfriendly, rudely rejecting his request and calling him a name.It opened at the Astor Theatre in New York on October 29th, 1955, about a month after the death of its star (on September 30, 1955) on a highway in his sports car. (The gang's car screeches around the corner) All right. She runs away to an open carload of other kids in a local gang.

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