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Surname 1Student’s Name:Instructor’s Name:Course:Date:The Child’s PlayCompassion is a virtue that is possessed by humans irrespective of the age brackets. The morality rests on the principle that the person having it offers services and does activitiesof the same effect freely to the victim. Nevertheless, the results of the services and the events that are provided out of sympathy often are not the intended ones. In other words, choices have consequences. In the ‘’Child’s play’’, the act of compassion works hand in hand with charity, and the ultimate result differs from the intended goals. The choices made by Karen, the police detective Mike Norris, Andy, Andy, together with his friends, leads to occurrences that were not initially anticipated.The single mother Karen and her 13-year-old child Andy moved to a new city. Andy had a hearing problem which made it difficult making new friends. Since Andy’s birthday was approaching, Karen decided to buy an early gift (doll) for her son. The doll (Chucky), was purposefully bought to give Andy company and help him to make new friends. In this scenario, Karen was very compassionate about the social life of her son Andy and decided to offer charity assistance to the son. Later, the doll starts to behave differently from the way it was expected to. The doll shows violent behaviors by imitating what was going on in the horror movie that Andy, Falyn, and Pugg were watching. Chucky then approaches the children with a knife which Andy takes from him [CITATION Kup \p 57-75 \l 2057 ].
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  • Fall '18
  • jane walt
  • American films, The Killing, Chucky, Bride of Chucky

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