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Fitting in assimilating and conforming is what the film of Edward Scissorhands says many statements on It does this by telling society that if they are not the same as everyone else they should be rejected or used acting normal is what people have to do to fit in and if someone else is encouraging to Edward everyone is kind to him and he becomes more popular Firstly the film tells us that rejection or being welcomedis the result of not being the same as everyone elseThe outcome of not being exactly the same as everyone else is being eitherexcluded or overly welcomed and used but never at the same time or just accepted Edward had the talent of using his hands to cut bushes hair and meat and unlock doors People such as Joyce and Jim firstly rejected Edward the adored him and used him so that would have an easier life and then as soon as he did something wrong he was rejected again In the film Marge says Who is he in disgust and this represents being her rejection of Edward Later on in the film everyone discovers his talents hence making his very popular with everyone Secondly the film shows that being a part of society first requires all of your actions being normalActing normal is how you become part of a community is what the film shows For Edward to fit in to the community that he lived in he had to do whatever was seen as normal Edward had no way of telling right from wrong according to the psychologist so he mostly did whatever people told him to do He also did everything that Kim told him to do because he thought that because he loved her he had to do everything that she told him to do After the robbery scene Kim asks Edward Why did you do it and he replied with because you told me
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