Culture And Social Analysis Of Kite Runner

An analysis of Kite Runner

There is no bigger part of our lives than our culture and social interaction. “Social interaction is the shared experience through which people relate to one another.”(Soc2010,90). Culture is “the totality of our shared language, knowledge, material objects, and behavior.”(Soc2010,44). The movie Kite Runner can be broken down and is able to provide excellent examples of how truly important the roles of culture and social interaction play with in their lives.
This film is during the time when the country of Afghanistan went from a monarchy to a republic. Baba Jan and his son Amir start out in the beginning of the movie living in luxury. However things ...

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his duty as a father and tries to instill his own morals and beliefs in Amir. “A boy who doesn’t stand up for himself becomes a man who will not stand up for anything”(Baba, kite runner film). This is an attempt to show Amir how to take on the role of a respectable person. The next role is that of Baba’s closest friend Rahim Khan. He is extremely loyal and knows all of Baba’s secrets. Rahim Khan’s largest role beside being Baba’s right hand man is being an uncle figure to Amir. Throughout the film Rahim Khan gives Amir constant guidance and fatherly affection that Baba tends to lack.
Roles are still valuable even if the person’s status is low. Take for example Ali who is the servant of Baba. Ali has served Baba for his entire life and is very loyal to his family. Ali also acts as a father figure to Hassan. Even though Hassan is not his biological son he takes him away when he see’s Hassan being treated poorly. Hassan like Ali is a servant and best friend to Amir. He ...

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wife has her own problems with religion. Before she married Amir she had an affair with a man and ran off with him. When Soraya’s father took her back he was so ashamed that he moved his family to San Francisco to escape embarrassment. Even though Soraya father’s actions were a bit excessive, he felt it was something they must do because of their beliefs.
There were plenty human rights violations in this film. First is the conditions of the servants quarters Hassan and Ali lived in. It was basically the size of a shack and they both slept on the floor with what looked like a very thin rug as a mattress. Baba says he provided for them, but the least he could do is get them a ...

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Added: 3/13/2011 08:22:40 PM
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Category: Film & Theater
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