Film analysis clockers directed by spike lee

On his first day out of prison, Jake contacts his daughter, Mary Shuttlesworth Zelda Harriswho is happy to see him. Jake overhears the violence through the thin walls. Jake implores Jesus to get the hate out of his heart and not be like his father, attempting to reach his son one last time.

Jake ultimately finds freedom by casting away his dreams and burdens to his son, Jesus, symbolized by the throwing of his old basketball over the prison wall and magically onto the Big State court where Jesus is practicing alone.

Jake tends to an unconscious Martha while instructing Jesus to call Coach Cincotta also tries to again get Jesus to commit, going as far as to bribe him with money. Jesus clutches the ball, knowing it is a message of hope from his father.

Jesus declines and decides to keep his options open before making a decision. Jesus becomes angry at Jake for trying to use him and pressure him into a decision like everyone else has been doing.

Jake confronts Lala with not having the best intentions for Jesus while Lala dismisses Jake. Jake and Mary use that time to catch up, while Mary questions why Jake has been released so soon from prison. Jake immediately jumps out to a lead, outplaying Jesus early while trying to impose some wisdom to his son in an attempt to connect.

The two have an argument at the boardwalk. Eventually the practice comes to a head when Jake hard fouls Jesus during a game of one on one. In a fit of rage, Jake tosses Jesus to the side and shoves Martha into the kitchen, where she fatally hits her head on the stove door.

Jesus also attends a college visit from Tech University, meeting with potential teammates, coaches and enjoying the perks of being a top prospect Jesus has a threesome with two women who are considered "assistant coaches" arranged by one of the players, Chick Deagan Rick Fox to help persuade Jesus to committing to the University.

An enraged Jake, angry that Jesus lost the basketball, becomes overbearing to Jesus over dinner. Jake meets with Jesus again on the pier and Jake explains the story of Earl Monroe, and how he got his nickname Jesus.

Frustrated over his breakup with Lala and everyone around him, Jesus goes to the basketball court, where Jake runs into him. Jesus advises that he declined to be in attendance, citing that he wanted to be with his family privately, before advising that he will attend Big State University.

Jesus goes on to score the next six points, including emphatically dunking over a fallen Jake for the game point and the win, Jesus takes his cousin "Booger" Sykes Hill Harper with him to meet with Jake at the basketball court. Jesus eventually gets furious when Jake scores again to a lead and takes a lap around the court to mock Jesus.

However, Jesus is resentful of Jake as Jake tries to find out how Jesus is doing, subtly looking to see what schools Jesus is looking at.

Jake sees his overbearingness as a means to get him and his family out the projects one day, while Jesus views this as his father being rough on him and living vicariously through him.

In closing, Jesus sends his prayers to Jake in the letter. Jesus later agrees to meet Jake at an alternative location away from Mary.

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Jesus immediately accepts the bet and the two battle on the court, with the first to ten winning. Jesus then proceeds to score four straight and tie the gamemocking Jake in the process. Refusing to look him in the eye, he tells his sister to get rid of the "stranger" in their living room.

Jesus still refuses the money and leaves without being influenced. One night, an intoxicated Jake pushes a young Jesus too hard on the basketball court while practicing, with Jake shoving Jesus and playing rough as a way to get his son to play better. Jesus also gets agitated with Uncle Bubba, when Uncle Bubba purchases a luxury vehicle with the promise from the car dealership that Jesus will endorse them.

Seeing that he was being used by Lala, Jesus breaks up with her. Dakota is seen in one of the final scenes taking a Greyhound bus away from Coney Island. Defeated, Jake retrieves the letter of intent for Big State and hands it to Jesus; a remorseless Jesus drops it on the ground in front of Jake, dismissing his father.

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Washington portrays Jake Shuttlesworth, father of the top-ranked basketball prospect in the country, Jesus Shuttlesworth, played by NBA star .

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