Charlie receives word that his father, whom he hasn't had contact with in years, has deceased. His father left an inheritance to Charlie and his unknown (or forgotten) brother Raymond. Charlie inherited an antique 1949 Buick Roadmaster while three million dollars went into a trust fund designated to an unknown beneficiary. Charlie, who is furious, investigates this beneficiary and finds him to be Raymond. He also discovers that Raymond is his older brother, and the "rain man" he vaguely recalls from his childhood.
Charlie is left with his fathers rose bushes and his 1949 Buick Road master that ruined their relationship. Charlie and his girlfriend, Susanna, travel to Cincinnati, Ohio to track down who his father left his trust fund too. While Charlie is looking for the person that just inherited the three million. Raymond was outside for a walk and sees his fathers 49 Buick. Susanna is sitting in the car and Raymond hops in and sits right next to her.
Rain Man is about two brothers who comes from two different walks of life. The first brother name is Charlie Babbitt who is a young struggling Los Angeles businessman who sells expensive cars for a living. Charles is a self-centered person who only cares about himself and what he can gain from others. Charles is getting ready to lose his business when he gets a call that his father Sanford Babbitt has passed away. Charles has not spoken with his father for many of years and his father lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Raymond is probably not prepared to leave the institution he has lived in his entire life, but Charlie is determined to get what he thinks is his "fair share" of his father's estate. He decides to fight for legal possession of his new brother, as a way of being able to get to the three million dollars that his father had left for Raymond. In their journey back to Los Angeles, Raymond nearly drives Charlie crazy with his autistic attitudes, but eventually, Raymond has a profound influence on Charlie, and thus Charlie eventually grows to love and accept his brother exactly as he is. Part Two (Characterization) Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) In my opinion, Charley is the main character of this movie, and the movie is about Charley, not about Raymond, because Charley is who changes. At the beginning of the movie, Charley is hard, bitter, selfish, immature and shallow.
Charlie goes to Cincinnati where he learns that the three million dollars that his father left is being directed to a mental institution, where his brother who he never knew existed, Raymond Babbitt, lives. Charlie is determined to get what he believes is his share of the Babbitt estate, Charlie takes Raymond on a car trip back to Los Angeles to meet with his attorneys. Charlie intends to get Raymond's doctor, Dr. Gerald R. Bruner, to settle for half of Sanford Babbitt's estate so that the mental institution can maintain custody of Raymond. Susanna leaves Charlie, disgusted by his selfishness and his efforts at using his brother to gain the money, During the course of the movie, Charlie learns about Raymond's autism. Raymond has savant autism.
Autism in The Rain Man The Rain Man is a story about the relationship between two brothers, one being Autistic. The story line follows the as they drive across the country and their interaction as the one brother (Charlie) tries to deal with being thrust into a twenty-four hour a day week long journey and his first exposure to someone with Autism, his brother Raymond. Charlie Babbot is a younger guy who is involved in some high-risk exotic car sales when he realizes that he might not be able to make his bank notes on time. Charlie's father dies and leaves him with a car and some roses, while some unnamed beneficiary receives the remaining three million dollars the estate is worth. Charlie finds out from the bank that the trustee works and mental hospital and group home, he goes to visit and try to work a deal so he can get his half of estate and pay of his bank notes.
Jay Gatsby, one of the main characters in the novel, fails to realize that when one tells a lie, it comes back to bite you. For example, he initially tells his neighbor, and potential friend Nick, that he had inherited his redundant sums of money from his family. One night, the night Gatsby reunites with Daisy, he and Nick are admiring his substantial house. During the conversation, Gatsby slips out, “It took me just three years to earn the money that bought it” (Fitzgerald 90). By this, one can see Gatsby lie about how he acquired the wealth he has.
Medial Portrayal: The movie Rain Man is an American drama that depicts the story of a self-centered young man named Charlie Babbitt, as played by Tom Cruise, who finds out that his father has died. Upon his father’s passing Charlie, as stated in the Will, is only left his father’s car and his collection of rose bushes. Considering his father was a multimillionaire, this is a quite a surprise to Charlie. After finding out that his father has left millions for another trustee, Charlie manipulates individuals with information on the whereabouts of the money. He learns through his manipulations that the three million dollars his father has left have been transferred to a mental institution.
After seven years in college, Tommy Callahan, who isn’t exactly the sharpest tool in the shed, finally graduates with a BA. He moves back to Ohio, where his dad owns an Auto Parts company. Despite his ineptitude, because his father owns the company, Tommy gets shot straight to the top of his father’s company. Not long after returning home, Tommy finds out his father is getting remarried. The excitement of having a new family is cut short when Tommy’s father dies of a stroke on his wedding day.
Charlie is left with his fathers rose bushes and his 1949 Buick Road master that ruined their relationship. Charlie and his girlfriend, Susanna, travel to Cincinnati, Ohio to track down who his father left his trust fund too. While Charlie is looking for the person that just inherited the three million. Raymond was outside