The Cellar storyboard

The Cellar storyboard

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  • Call to Adventure
  • Threshold and Helpers
  • Challenge #1
  • The hero, Summer, was walking around the streets searching for her friend. It was late at night, and she soon ran into the main antagonist, Clover. He was her call to adventure; although it was by force. He grabbed her and shoved her into the trunk of her car; thus beginning her adventure and hero's journey.
  • Challenge #2
  • After driving far away from her home, in an unrecognizable neighborhood, Summer had officially crossed the threshold. She became even more cautious then before; after being thrown into Clover's hidden cellar. It was somewhere unknown and scary. Since the call to adventure was not by choice, she didn't appear to have a threshold guardian. The character Rose appears to be Summer's mentor throughout, because she warns her about how to act and what to do. However, I think one of the helpers she had was Violet because she tried protecting her and risked her life to do so.
  • Challenge #3
  • Her first emotional challenge is thinking about her family, and Lewis, her boyfriend. She misses them so much and doesn't want them to be sad, or worry about her. This also motivates her to think of an escape plan to get back to her loved ones.
  • Challenge #4
  • Summer felt constantly afraid of Clover because he would bring home women and kill them. They were all innocent, and she couldn't stand the thought of being in a house with someone who killed others. She was then forced to clean up the body - not helping the matters.
  • After about 5 months of being there, Clover seems to "fall in love" with each girl. Summer has reached that period of time, and one night after a new Violet is introduced, he leads her into a bedroom and rapes her. This is a big challenge not only physically, but emotionally because she has a boyfriend and after what happened, she feels used and dirty.
  • Since each girl was renamed after a flower, Clover also had a bouquet of each flower with them. Of course, being in a dark cellar, the flowers died quite often. Every time they died, he would blame the girl for not taking care of them, and hurt them. Often it was slapping, or beating them.
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