Finding Nemo Movie Analysis

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wafic Dabbous
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Throughout their development, children are influenced by numerous experiences. As they are growing, their growth will include both physical and emotional development. Factors such as their family, education as well as their entourage will play a big role in that development. Other factors include the nature of the environment they are exposed to, whether it is facilitative or not. But what is certain is that the most important role in a child’s development will be played by the family. Three movie, being the lion king, finding Nemo and Pinocchio, ranging respectively from a loving healthy family to an over protective family to a complete absence of family will perfectly illustrate how a family’s bond affects the child’s way of interacting with the world.
First of all, the movie Finding Nemo”, tells the tale of a clownfish, Marlin, whose wife died and eggs eaten following a tragic accident where a barracuda attacked them during his absence . The only survivor of the attack was his child, Nemo. Following this event, Marlin transforms to become an excessively over protective father smothering his son. Years later, on a normal day, as nemo was swimming closely to the
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Opposite to this movie lies the movie Pinocchio illustrating a complete absence of family and the consequences it imposes on the child’s development. This movie starts with a worker, geppetto making a wish as a shooting star is passing. Geppetto asks for his most recent work, Pinocchio, a wooden toy to come to live.the same night, the hard worker is granted his wish by the blue fairy as Pinocchio comes to live accompanied by a cricket, called jimmy, who will be Pinocchio 's conscience. Unfortunately, the innocent gullible Pinocchio is fooled by a sneaky con man called John. Pinocchio is then taken to the pleasure

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