For instance, in the zoo, there are female apes loyal to the dominant male that Caesar has to displace to become the leader. The terms in the three chapters delve into the intricacies of a social set up that enables a better understanding of what transpires in the movie.
In the film, Caesar enables the viewers to understand social marginality a concept that describes a status of being an insider and an outsider in a society simultaneously. Robert and his father Charles raised Caesar in human social setting. As such, Caesar gravitated to human ways despite being an ape. Once in the zoo, the dominant male takes away Caesar’s T-shirt so that he is conformity with the other apes (Claire). Despite being fearful of his new environment, Caesar rebels against the established social order. The dominant male was the most influential ape in the zoo. As a result, he commanded respect and loyalty from all other members. On overthrowing the dominant male, Caesar ascends into leadership enabling him to influence the activities of the other apes in the zoo. The terms tackles vital aspects of society such as group tendencies, social marginality and social order. These are critical issues when seek a deeper interpretation of what transpires in the movie. Understanding the society through the above terms provides a deeper and more scholarly perspective of the film’s plot.
Caesar enables the other apes seek retribution for inhumane treatment by Steve Jacobs’ entity not only by killing him but also through the failure of the research project initiated by the company (Claire). The viewers sympathise with the apes’ plight under the hands of a company focussed on profitability only. Steve Jacobs’ company tests the drug numerously as per the law using the apes as the subjects. Failure to undertake extensive testing would be a crime, which would dent Steve Jacobs Company’s prospects. In the present laws, the