Hey, my car did start by itself and I would see how you guys would accuse me, but it isn't me.
Thats Pete. You killed him !
You probably did it on purpose to stop him from telling us something about you.
Now we don't trust each other because of our suspicion and fear.
My theme is don't jump to conclusions because in the three scenes you see above show how the people were quick to blame each other every chance they got. In the first scene the neighbors were blaming Les Goodman and his family for being the mysterious strangers that can't be trusted. For reasons that when everyone else's cars, lights, and stoves weren't working Les's Car turned on by itself which made everyone keeping their guards up against him. I would see why they would be against him in this situation but it was wrongful for the trust to fade away instantly due to the fear and suspicion. The next scene is when Pete Van Horn was coming back to the crowd of people with news about what was going on. At this time it was dark so you couldn't see anything but a black figure walking in the distance. Carlie then snatches the shotgun from Steve and fires. There a dead man (Pete Van Horn) was laying on the street while Charlie was being blamed by everyone that he was the curious person to be a suspect because he was quick to kill the information source. He then started to hesitate so he put the blame on Tommy the little boy who warned them that there was a family that wasn't normal and that the invaders were "aliens". Which is another example of the theme to not blame others and or jump to conclusions. Finally, the last scene shows that at the end shows that all the FEAR and SUSPICION leads to untrustworthy, and way more problems between the people you put your loyalty in .