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Can anyone tell me why, in "Rain Man", Raymond fails to predict the correct roulette number? Blackjack is not. on the roulette bet, they felt compelled to keep the scene in, despite the fact that the scene doesn't advance the plot in any way.


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Letting 12 year old daughter watch R rated movie? And yet, after a long run of correct pronouncements by Ray, when he doesn't hit on roulette, we're left to our own devices to figure out why. I think the scene serves to bring them back down to Earth a bit. You're expecting an explanation, like the wheel was rigged, or it really did hit 20, but they didn't wait long enough, or something.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In the movie he his fascinated by the spinning of the wheel which as JocoLa pointed out is like the spinning of the washing machine. The psychiatrist was explaining how autistic savants may have extraordinary calculating abilities while being unable to comprehend simple word problems that require an understanding of the world. I guess you guys are just a lot smarter than I am. I am not dismissing these explanations as implausible. After a whole sequence of them gaming the casino like pair of badasses, you're reminded again that despite some remarkable abilities, Raymond doesn't have super powers. When he loses it's as JocoLa stated above to remind the audience that Raymond is still a person with a mental disorder. Your explanation is reasonable and in the the same vein as that of redditor Mysterx in this thread. Ok I've read two very clear explanations people have given you and yet you end up dismissing them. Responding to internet criticism by saying, "I've never even met you! I thought about this. This is not how movies typically work. This is the one time he shows any faith in Raymond. He's a severely disabled man with a very limited understanding of the world, and even his his calculating prowess has limits. It may help emphasize that Raymond doesn't even understand his own abilities, and makes a false analogy between the laundry and the roulette table. But that subtlety here bothers me because it's absent elsewhere. He loses roulette because he loses roulette. I guess the difference is that Ray is able to explain what 'has happened' due to his powers of observation and memory, but is unable to predict what 'will happen', which is based on probability. I also grew up with a family member that has a mental and physical disability not autism so it was probably easier for me to relate to. This scene helps us understand that Raymond is fallible, and it helps specify the extent of Raymond's abilities. I know it's implausible for anyone to predict the winning number. So yes there is a definitive explanation and if you refuse to see or understand it I am sorry and maybe you should watch it again. He's not always correct, what about when the psychiatrist asks him the cost of a chocolate bar and a new Japanese car? Edit: As LaughingLion pointed out Raymond watches Wheel of Fortune and is drawn to the roulette wheel because it is similar. Why would he suddenly improvise and go out on a limb like this? Why didn't he get it right? It also addresses audience members, who may not understand autism especially in what, ? Still, in a movie that tends to explain things very clearly to the audience note the scene where the doctor explains autism to Charlie , this point is not really explained, hence my original question. I suppose he could be wrong as he was with the roulette wheel , just like you and I are sometimes wrong about what we see. What's with that? Then they just blow it off, like it's a dead end. Why would he even say that the roulette is going to fall on 20? This leaves me hanging. This seems very strange, like something was cut out of the movie. The "roulette is random" answer seems to have a lot of appeal to viewers of this thread. When Raymond goes over to the roulette wheel he is not thinking that he will win no matter what and make more money. What more can you say about that? Thanks for taking the time to give me parenting advice; you may now go back to whipping your kids for having impure thoughts. In this movie, the roulette digression goes nowhere. You realize 12 year-olds can vary wildly in maturity, and that he's in far better position than you to judge hers? They shrug it off, like, oh well, roulette's not Ray's game. He is drawn to it and makes a guess. When they make the bet, you're thinking, OK, here it is. When it doesn't hit, you're expecting some kind of explanation. There are times when you forget its even there then all of a sudden for instance they go into a temper tantrum or get really upset at the littlest thing. Oh shut the fuck up ConcreteHammer. Now roulette is a completely random game that cannot be predicted so therefore even with his mathematical prowess Raymond is unable to predict it. Why have this scene at all? I agree with you in principle, but this doesn't answer my question. Because blackjack is played with a set number of cards you can mathematically figure out the odds of your chances of winning before being dealt after sitting at the table for awhile. Can anyone tell me why, in "Rain Man", Raymond fails to predict the correct roulette number? Now I'm thinking surely, we can't be the only two people in the world who wondered this? I wouldn't say we're smarter than you maybe we just watch too many movies. For example, when the waitress in the diner drops the box of toothpics, Raymond's count is initially off by 4, but this is resolved when the waitress points out there are still 4 toothpics left in the box. Look, I know roulette is random. Normally, when this happens in a movie, you can predict that roulette will play a part in the plot somehow. They even made a movie about it Some people with autism or other mental disorders have incredible skill with certain things. Most of the time Charlie is calling the shots and only indulges Raymond in order to keep him from flipping out. I don't think it warrants much of an explanation, though. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Our Full Rules and Wiki. I would argue that the doctor knows where Ray is fallible and asks Ray a question outside of his ability zone. Get off your, fucking high-horse you ignorant ass. Rated R for the word 'fucking' and for an implied sex scene with no nudity. When they bet on the roulette wheel, you're expecting it to hit, despite the odds. There's a moment at the end of the scene where Raymond's looking at the wheel, like he's perplexed that it didn't hit correctly. He made a mathematical calculation and he was wrong, but no explanation is given for why. Go back and watch how the doctor explains autism to Charlie. But Ray is not a show-off, so when he spontaneously offers up his prediction on how the roulette will fall, I expected him to be correct, because that's what he 'saw' would happen. What is it you are not getting about this? But in this movie, Raymond is not shown to be a gambler or risk taker. The laundry scene also explains why, of all the games in the casino, Raymond chose that one. Click 'spoiler' after posting something to give it a spoiler tag! The post will then be hidden like this. The roulette scene is foreshadowed at the laundry earlier. He sees things that most people don't see. If you haven't spent much time around someone with a disability it could be hard to see. Ray, on the other hand, when he spontaneously announces how many toothpics fall on the floor, or the phone number of the waitress, etc. My best explanation is that it was resolved in the script, but the director didn't like it and cut it. The doctor gives a decent, straightforward explanation, and poor Charlie doesn't get it and asks for "English here. He says everything with certainty, and he is otherwise always correct. Also for a brief, hazy glimpse of a breast when the actress is wearing a bathrobe in a non-sexual scene. The guy obviously can't predict roulette numbers. There may not be a definitive explanation for this, just reasonable viewer speculation. Twas the butler! How did this scene advance the plot? It may also serve to show the growing bond between them. It seems to boil down to the difference between 'observations' and 'predictions' but that is not explicitly stated in the movie. Maybe you should work on parenting instea of trying to make seemingly intellectual points on the Internet. Your idea is certainly plausible, and you've articulated it nicely. When I watched the movie, I thought, "Hm, that's strange. This is a known occurrence. In the laundry room, Ray watches the laundry spin for a long time and notices that the red piece always lands a certain way. Then and it smacks you in the face that they do have a problem. I can't tell if you're with me on this or giving me shit for asking a trivial question. Several MIT students working as a team did this and made a lot of money.