The Transformation of Derek Vinyard in "American History X" Essay by The Research Group

The Transformation of Derek Vinyard in "American History X"
A look at the film "American History X", its plot, main character and the message it presents to society.
# 73380 | 900 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Film (General)


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This paper discusses the film, "American History X", in terms of culture and the images it presents to society. The paper focuses on the transformation of the main character from a skinhead to someone who rejects both racism and violence.

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"American History X" depicts the several transformations of Derek Vinyard, a Neo-Nazi skinhead whose life is depicted in a series of flashbacks. Shreve Vinyard is a young man who is introduced as a serious student with no racial prejudices and who becomes a radical skinhead after the murder of his fireman father by African-Americans during a fire in a crack house. In prison Vinyard is befriended by a Black inmate..."

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