english hero's journey
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Nemo lives in the Coral Reef and doesn't want to be babied because of his wing by his over protective father anymore. He wants to grow up, though his father knows he can't handle it all on his own. His father, Marlin, still wants to protect him, but knows Nemo needs to learn to figure things out of his own.
I want to go to school! First day of school!
Are you sure you're ready..?
As soon as Marlin lets the rope a little loose, Nemo tries to impress his new friends by touching the 'butt' - AKA the bottom of a boat. A diver sees little Nemo and captures him, and Marlin will never see his son again... unless he goes to look for him. The investigation begins. Nemo crosses the threshold and his father is called to adventure.
Meanwhile, Nemo ends up in a dentist office, frightened, looking at patients in pain getting their teeth fixed. He becomes friends with the other friendly fish in the tank. His friends tell him to play dead to be flushed down the toilet, but after a series of event, he ends up going down the spit bowl tube and ends up back in the ocean, with a fish's help. Now he is alone in the sea.
While Nemo escaped the tank, his father is in a path of trials, trying to find clues as to where his son could be, and along the way meets his new (forgetful) mentor, Dory. They both travel together on their adventure and find a diver's snorkeler and memorize the address on it. Trying to find a way to rescue Nemo, and get swallowed by a whale.
The whale opens their blowholes and exhale them out of its system, leaving Dory and Marlin in a whole new place, but closer to the address they found. Marlin gets frustrated with Dory because forgetfulness, then swims away.
Dory runs into Nemo, then they look for Marlin. Once they find him, he's in some trouble, which they get him out of. In the end, they return home and return as a changed family, with Dory now living with them, back at the Coral Reef.
I love you, son.
I love you, dad.
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