Having laid-out her plan, she escaped to a secluded place with big wads of money however, with her neighbors knowing this fact which in turn exulted to her neighbors robbing her of her own money, she fled for help to her ex-boyfriend, Dies Cowlings, but after seeing the interview of her husband, and with her husband saying that he still loves her, she then thought about murdering Dies with the motive to come back to her husband.After completing her plan regarding Dies; she then went back to Nick, told him the truth, and confessed to him that she was, in fact, pregnant which then forced Nick to live with her but only because of the unborn child. Part II -? KEY CHARACTERS Amy Elliott-Dunne – wife of Nick Dunne Nick Dunne – husband of Amy Elliott-Dunne Detective Rwanda Boney – detective of the Dunne’s case Tanner Bolt -? lawyer of Nick Dunne Margo Dunne – twin sister of Nick Dunne Dies Cowlings – ex-boyfriend/friend of Amy Elliott-Dunne Part Ill – ANSWERS to CASE QUESTIONS and REQUISITES 1 Explain how the film portrays the following by citing specific examples.
. Colonization and the particular effects of unique individual experiences on the development of a person. – By the time Amy knew about the dishonesty of her husband, she constructed a plan to get revenge for her husband.
She made their house look like it was robbed and that there was foul play done ring the crime furthermore, by the time her husband came home, she was already missing which, in reality, was that she was actually escaping from the scene she made herself. During the course of the investigation, Nick Dunne was accused of being his wife’s murderer due to the disappearance of his wife and the evidences found against him.However, this was not the case before Amy found out about Nick’s deception in which Amy was a very good wife but because of her husband’s immoral actions, Amy began to change into a person she did not want to turn into. B.
Social Interaction and how it shapes individual behavior and character. When Amy felt that Nick was only staying with her because Of his sexual desires and the financial support Amy funded in the bar Nick and Margo-?his sister-?owned, Amy began to despair in keeping their relationship and the future of their family intact.Amy began nagging at Nick-? especially about having a baby in which case, Nick did not want to have. Amy and Nick also acted according to the publics favor during the scenes wherein they had to face the public, (i. E.
In interviews) either individually or together. C. Learning as we grow and develop ourselves as part of groups and organizations. While Amy was on her journey in escaping from framing her husband, Nick Dunne, she acted like a whole new different person in such ways that her accent and the way she behaved changed all-throughout in order to fit-in through the crowd and in order to avoid being noticed.
. ) Character: Nick Dunne a. Roles – Nick Dunne is a husband who is required by society to love and care for his wife; a teacher required by society to teach individuals; a brother assumed by society to understand and protect his family/sibling b. Statuses – a husband, teacher, brother c. Role Conflicts -? being a husband and a brother, he had to look after his fife and his family well-being however, he was also required to attend the programs/activities presented by the college he was working in.