Thursday, April 16, 2015

Hero's Journey

Money is the root of all evil?


Dirty dealings
World chaotic without money system


Money, Power, or Fame

THE HERO’S JOURNEY - Frozen


  1. The Ordinary World - Elsa and Anna play
  2. The Call to Adventure - Elsa and Anna separated
  3. The Reluctant Hero - Elsa and Anna both show fear about doing what they want to
  4. Mentor - Mentor is inside Anna, and she gets over her fears
  5. Crossing the First Barrier - into the mountains
  6. Tests, Allies, and Enemies - meeting Olaf and Kristoff
  7. Approach the Inmost Cave - getting to Elsa’s palace
  8. The Supreme Ordeal - Elsa freezes Anna’s heart
  9. Reward - knowledge from the trolls
  10. The Road Back - return to the kingdom
  11. Climax and Resurrection - Hans attacks, both Anna and Elsa find true love (can be with siblings)
  12. Return with the Elixir - Elsa and Anna gain a new friendship, Elsa unfreezes kingdom


THE HERO’S JOURNEY - E.T.


The Ordinary World - E.T. collecting Earth plants, Elliott doing “normal” things
The Call to Adventure - E.T. stranded, Elliott hears strange noise
The Reluctant Hero - both are a bit frightened
Mentor - both learn from the other
Crossing the First Barrier - Elliott discovers E.T. is an alien
Tests, Allies, and Enemies - psychic link discovered
Approach the Inmost Cave - phoning home and taking risk
The Supreme Ordeal - E.T. sick, house quarantined
Reward - E.T. never actually died
The Road Back - bicycle chase
Climax and Resurrection - ride in the sky, escape Keys and NASA, spaceship returns to Earth, Keys watches E.T.’s return, government lets E.T. go
Return with the Elixir - E.T. and Elliott return to their normal worlds, both gaining wisdom from their friendship.


THE HERO’S JOURNEY - Place in the Puzzle


The Ordinary World - Ryan is lonely
The Call to Adventure - Ryan learns he is autistic
The Reluctant Hero - Ryan believes his conditions will make him even lonelier
Mentor - Mungo Ganner
Crossing the First Barrier - Ryan tries to live his life knowing he is different from other children
Tests, Allies, and Enemies - Mean girl Sarah, Ryan meets other polite children, surprise encounter with a pop star at KY Derby
Approach the Inmost Cave - Mungo Ganner attacked by a panther
The Supreme Ordeal - Ryan must go without Ganner’s guidance for some time
Reward - Last day of school arrives
The Road Back - Ryan gets nervous, jockey Trogon’s evil revealed
Climax and Resurrection - Ryan duels Trogon in the forest
Return with the Elixir - Ryan gains wisdom from his experiences


Cast Chart


Movie
Protagonist
Antagonist
Support
Romance
Star Wars
Luke Skywalker
Darth Vader
Princess Leia, Han Solo, droids
A new life and new wisdom.
Place in the Puzzle
Ryan Fitch
Initially Sarah, ultimately Trogon
His family, Mungo Ganner
Overtly Heather, actually acceptance of his differences.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones
Elsa Schneider (works for Walter)
Saul, Dr. Brody
Indy’s dad
Lawrence of Arabia
Thomas Lawrence
Prejudice
Auda Abu Tayi, Prince Faisal
A lesson learned
Hugo
Hugo Cabret
Overtly the Station Master, actually Hugo’s  past
Isabelle, Georges Melies
A new family
Dolphin Tale
Sawyer
Sawyer’s worry about his brother in the army
Hazel, Kevin Carroll
The loss of his worry
AND WE ALSO TACKLE THE SUBJECT OF ANOTHER HERO’S JOURNEY TALE I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON


A STORY OF A BOY AND HIS FATHER


WHO MOVED FROM COLUMBIA TO CHARLOTTE WITH THE REST OF THEIR FAMILY


THE BOY’S PARENTS HAD A FIGHT


THEY DIVORCED
THE BOY AND HIS FATHER WENT BACK TO COLUMBIA


(Nice basis, huh?)

And it tackles the great mystery:


And another question infinitely playing second fiddle:

THE FIRST OF FOUR STORIES


The following ideas for the overall series I have written are below:


  • Human replica droids (replicating various Ses. St. kids  and “keeping them children forever”...sort of)
  • Sesame Street shorts ( see links )
  • Betrayal by a friend
  • Downtown Columbia
  • Riverbanks Zoo
  • Hero’s Journey plot (actually discussed within the movie, as well as being a plot format)
  • Washington, DC
  • In Washington DC, run-in with comical teenagers (mostly based on stereotypes and false perceptions of teenagers)
  • Relationship between boy and father is not always the best
  • Swordfights
  • Traitorous friend joins evil cult
  • Traitor sets himself against cult’s second-in-command for favor of cult leader (or against cult leader for command of the cult)
  • Traitor is youngest of three siblings. His two older siblings make unfair blames on their little brother’s betrayal and more or less become traitors themselves
  • Caedus ( pronounced - Ky-dus - as a name )
  • Gamecock athletic flags (as interest for the boy)
  • Kaufman Astoria Studios
  • New York
  • Light It Up Blue witnessed (likely in fourth installment)
  • Boston?
  • First installment is set in Columbia, on the road, and in DC. DC begins as setting in II, then to New York. New York becomes main setting for rest of series.
  • Freia, Sival, and Banu (as names)
  • Links to plot points
    http://www.sesamestreet.org/videos?video=fe937b30-1647-11dd-995c-3d52ab3e4656 (Pass Along Alphabet, from 2000)
  • Four of five links animated by Karen Aqua. Kids in links replicated as Human Replica Droids in story? Likely.  Note: Voice in link #3 is by Wanetta Jackson. Voice in link #5 is Alicia Bell. P.S. Look for names of kids in the Aqua animations on my document “Aqua / Field Animations.”
  • Real humans prejudicial against replica droids (as in A.I. ¨Flesh Fair¨ scene)
  • Boy turns away from his utopia when he is so close to achieving it
  • A type of plane called a skyhopper
  • Skyhopper pilots similar to the “Red leader standing by!” pilots of Star Wars
  • Keiran Halcyon (as a name)
  • Combination of comedy, drama, and adventure
  • Each installment is a long story
  • Inspirational message





The lyrics to “Move Your Body Song” film 2005


Teenage girl (whom I believe to have been  dubbed with another teenage girl or young woman’s voice): Follow me.


Kids: Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Feel the beat, follow me. Feel the vibe….show your pride!
Kids: Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Rock your head.
Kids: Cabeza!
Teen girl: Side to side.
Kids: Move your body! Move your body! Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Feel the beat, follow me! Fly those arms!
Kids: Brasos!
Teen girl: Dance with style!
Kids: Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Swirl those hips!
Kids: Siledas!
Teen girl: Dance with me!
Kids: Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Slide those feet!
Kids: Pies!
Teen girl: Come on try with me!
Kids: Move your body! Move your body!
Teen girl: Let’s have fun!
Teen girl: Jump jump jump!
Kids: Move your body! Move your body! (Kids then emit bizarre untranscribable noises.)
Last shot is one of the kids hugging the teenage girl. EXPLAIN!!


Laurel - Sean - Samantha - Nick




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