Plot[ edit ] Dumbledore picks Harry up from his aunt and uncle's house, intending to escort him to the Burrow, home of Harry's best friend Ron, and his large family. On the way, they make a detour to the temporary home of Horace Slughornformer Potions teacher at Hogwartsand Harry unwittingly helps persuade Slughorn to return to teach.
Plot[ edit ] Jimmy, while working at a strip club in Kings Crossis approached by local mob boss Pando who says he has work for him.
The car Jimmy was using on the job—a Ford Falcon belonging to Pando's associate Acko—is stolen by a young man and taken to a mechanic with the intention of selling it. The mechanic happens to be a friend of Acko's, who, displeased at the news of his car being stolen, suspects Jimmy's involvement.
Acko arrives to recover the car but on the way there his car hits and kills street kid Pete. Helen watches in disbelief as Acko simply picks the dead boy's body off the street and dumps it in the gutter, concerned more about the damage to his car. He drives off leaving Helen alone, crying by her dead Looking for alibrandi belonging.
Jimmy comes up with a plan to pay off the debt by robbing a bank the next day in Bankstown, New South Wales along with two others. The night before he arranges to meet new friend and love interest Alex Rose Byrne at a pub. Unfortunately the meeting's arrangements are heard by Les, a friend jealous of Alex's attraction to Jimmy and keen to get in with Pando's gang.
After Les informs the gang of the couple's whereabouts, Jimmy is forced to flee the pub with Alex, attempting to escape on the Sydney Monorailhowever the escape proves unsuccessful and Jimmy is taken to a remote location where the gang plan to kill him.
Through the indirect intervention of Jimmy's dead brother who acts as a guardian angel figure throughout the filmJimmy is able to escape and make his way back home to prepare for the bank robbery.
The robbery is not without its problems. When returning with the cash bags, one of the men attempts to jump over the bank counter, but fails and lands unconscious on the bank floor. He is dragged by Jimmy into the car, and comes round just as the police begin shooting and returns fire.
The getaway driver is killed by the police but the robbery is on the whole successful. Jimmy gets the money he needs, escaping in a stolen Toyota Celica with his remaining accomplice.
Not wanting to be identified after the robbery, Jimmy rams them off the road. Jimmy returns to Pando's office to pay off his debt, but thinking he has a gun the gang once again attempt to kill him.
He is able to give them the money, and is offered more work by Pando as a result. Jimmy leaves in disgust after pulling a gun on Pando.
As Jimmy leaves, Helen the street kid passes Jimmy, and in retaliation for the death of her friend Pete she shoots Pando and his gang dead. The movie ends with Jimmy and Alex buying tickets at an airport to a location 'up north' away from the pressures of life in Sydney.
Extended or alternative ending[ edit ] The Australian DVD released film ends as described above and does not feature any other type of ending as an extra or outtake on the DVD. However the televised version of the film featured a longer ending. Immediately after the scene with Jimmy and Alex purchasing their air tickets, is a scene where Jimmy's brother Michael delivers a brief monologue completing the karmic message of the film.
A beam of light shines down from the heavens and Michael attempts to run to the light, however he is grabbed by a series of hands which erupt from the ground and pull him back down into the earth that he escaped from in the opening introduction scene of the film.Belonging-Josie feels that she will never be fully accepted into Australia’s image of their country.
She feels like an outsider in her own school and that somethings will always be separated in life. This essay is an "A range" response, composed by myself for a practice assessment task under timed exam conditions during class.
It focuses solely on Run Lola Run, rather than the related text as at this point, I had not yet chosen my related text. Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two. Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs..
For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get . This concept is explored through William Shakespeare’s tragic play ‘Othello’ and the novel ‘Looking for Alibrandi’ () by Australian author Melina Marchetta.
Both, despite differing contexts, comment on an individual’s sense of belonging .
Looking for Alibrandi Questions and Answers. The Question and Answer section for Looking for Alibrandi is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. Belonging in Romulus my father and looking for alibrandi: Belonging represents the need for individuals to find their identity and place within a society.
This results in the growth of individuals and their understanding of the world around them.