At the heyday of the cyclist’s expedition, members of the motorcycle gangs were depicted in the cinema as outright evildoers. After releasing the cult “Wild Angel” (1966), the American Motorcycle Association says that social patterns among motorcyclists are only one percent. Then, the most stubborn people decorated their coats with a 1% stripe. It is these characters that amuse Kurt Sutter, who refuse to see in their characters original violators of the public order and the law. He gives images of his character’s depth, constantly drawing similarities to Shakespeare’s collisions. The most obvious of these is the confrontation of Jacks Teller and Clive Morrow, who killed his father and married his mother. It turns out the natural biker “Hamlet”. In the final episode of season 4 with the subtitle To Be, Act 2 Jacks becomes the new president of the club, but how many times he will regret it, viewers will only know in season 5.
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