Eventually the two get married and there is reconciliation between the father and the daughter. The second film is Rebel without a cause, which is a story of a young man who feels disappointed by his dad’s weakness at home. Jim is only 17 years and he feels depressed especially by the constant wars at home (Stark). Due to this, a bad company that eventually leads to a loss of his comrade influences him. The film ends with Plato is friend dying.
The two films show a similarity of the daddy influence on their children. The teenage age requires critical love and care from parents especially due to the confusion that teenagers undergo at this stage since they struggle to identify themselves. At the end of both films, we also experience the re-union of both Jim and Ellie with their respective fathers. However there is a slight difference in Rebel without a cause in the dads failure to influence his sons decision leading to his son Jim falling in the hands of thugs. In contrary to it happened one night, Ellie’s father has complete direction against her daughter’s life to the extent of convincing her on whom to