house. We all know that the bourgeoisie can intimidate the proletariat the way they want with nothing done on the reverse. From the film, scenes of the Andy and Chunky perfectly matched the two ideologies of Marxist, which are social class and class struggle that exist between two opposing sides.[ CITATION IMD19 \l 1033 ] Antagonism between the proletariat and bourgeoisie is evident where Chucky and Andy keep fighting over issues. There is a scene where Andy tells Chucky that he hates him for what he did. Enmity is also evident where the two continue fighting, and Chucky ties Andy on the bed. There is a commotion that leads Phil and Joanne to wake up and see what was happening. Antagonism exists between the two, where Marx stated that there exists opposition between the two classes of people in society. This scene posses the reality of the people from the community.
MARX AND CHILD’S PLAY 2 5 Conclusion Child’s Play 2 film represents a great scenario where Marxist ideologies are presented in a significant way. The characters in the film display both social class and class struggle. The two principles are outlined well in different scenes within the film. From the analysis, the two courses of proletariat and bourgeoisie represented by Andy and Chunky respectively particularly represent the two classes in the society outlined by Marxist. References
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