Thought for the day

"War will exist until the distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige as the warrior does today" -- John F.Kennedy

 Released on October 27, 1955, nearly a month after Dean's fatal car accident on September 30, Rebel Without a Cause was a groundbreaking film that portrayed the disillusionment of a post-war American teen, while at least An attempt was made to shed light. The stellar parenting of the era. At the time of release, the film received mixed reviews, but was a huge hit with the audience. In the decades since Rebel Without a Cause hit theaters, it has become one of the most important American films of the 20th century. In addition to garnering praise, the film has eschewed tragedy and inspired a series of outlandish fraudsters, all attempting to recapture its magic.