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Crossing the Threshold
Test, Allies, Enemies
Gru's ordinary world is where he lives only with his father figure, Dr. Nefario and minions in an black house within a bright neighborhood. Is always working on his evil plans of stealing the moon. He wears black because of his association with being an evil villain trying to steal things like the moon.
Ordeal, Death & Rebirth
Miss Hattie's Home For Girls
Gru crosses the threshold when he adopts Edith, Margo, and Agnes to help him steal and spy because they can easily get into his enemy's fortress. Dr. Nefario, a father figure and mentor, along with his minions help him to use the girls to steal a shrink ray from his competition, Vector.
Gru is tested when he has to take care of his newly adopted girls and also stealing the shrink ray gun from Vector, his enemy, to minimize the moon to take it. Gru's enemy, Vector wears orange because of his hope to one day become one of the most evil of all the villains and his passion of being bad.
The Road Back
The big ordeal is when Gru gives the girls back to the girls home so he can focus on his mission to steal the moon. Things shift when he realizes that he has different priorities now. Dr. Nefario, Gru's mentor,helps him realize that. Dr. Nefario, wears white for timelessness and purity because he is old and he doesn't do evil just helps.
Gru's reward was when he accomplished stealing the moon but the real reward was when he was able to get back the 3 girls. Being a good father out weighed being a good villain. Edith the middle child wears all pink because she is still in her childhood and she does 'boy' things but she's a girl so she wears pink to show that.
The road back on Gru's journey is when he successfully steals the moon and gets the girls back. Though, he finally realizes that the girls are more important than being the best villain. The youngest daughter wears blue overalls for representation that she makes peace within the 'family'.
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