Analysis Of The Breakfast Club

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The Breakfast Club ‘The Breakfast Club’ is a very successful 1985 film directed by John Hughes. The film is popular for the classic portrayal of the characters from a psychological perspective. The movie is an earnest attempt at exploring and bringing to light the unconventional themes of suicide, depression, materialism, aggression, social alienation, aggression, narcissism, physical and emotional abuse, through the realistic depiction of the behaviors, personalities, attitudes and issues of the characters.

Set in the year 1984, it tells the story of five teenage students at Shermer High School who have wildly different mindsets. These five students are Andrew Clark (the athlete), Claire Standish (the princess), John Bender (the criminal),