Don 't Breath Is A Thriller Movie About Three Young Poor Law Breakers

948 Words Dec 9th, 2016 4 Pages
Don’t Breath is a thriller movie about three young poor law breakers who sets to rob an old rich blind man’s house. Rocky, Alex and Money the main characters have different motives for this undertaking. Money who basically wants to get rich, Rocky who dreams to leave home due to her neglectful mother and Alex who is hesitant to do the activity but is deeply infatuated by Rocky that he agreed to join the gang. They set to rob the blind man for they believe that he is an easy target only to find out that their probable victim is not helpless as he seems to be. The blind man has strong senses and villainous secrets. However, upon knowing this revelation. Rocky still has not backed down and still want to pursue the robbery. This results to the death of Alex and Money who were killed by the blind man. In the end, after several attempts and difficulty, Rocky was able to steal the money and escaped. She then left her home and started a new life. The primary ethical dilemma in this movie is whether these thieves has an ethical right to pursue their heist on a helpless victim.
Doctrines that support the main characters heist is Utilitarianism and Consequentialism. Based on the Utilitarian doctrine, an action is right insofar as it promotes happiness, and that the greatest happiness of the greatest number should be the guiding principle of conduct (cite). The heist seems reasonable due to the fact that the blind man’s fortune can be benefited by the majority. The blind man’s…

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