Adriana Gonzales Mulan story board

Adriana Gonzales Mulan story board

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • Mulan is a beautiful, well educated, and strong mind women. However she is very clumsy and it gets in the way a lot of the times. Especially when she is going into the y to bring honor to her family but desperately fails.
  • Falling Action
  • An alarm goes in Mulan's  village that alerts them of an urgent message. The message was about the Hun Army coming to attack, so they need one man from every family to fight in the war. Mulan's dad, who has already found and in his old age, has to take up that role but Mulan is against it. She choose to dress up like a ma to take her father's place. She also knows if they find out that she is a woman they will kill her and she will bring even more dishonor to her family.
  • Resolution
  • After seemingly defeating the Hun Army find out that she is really a women. Li Shang, the leader and now general, spares her life for saving his life. They leave her there with her horse, her guardian Mushu, and her lucky cricket. The rest of the army take off to the Imperial City for a celebration. Mulan then realizes that some of the Hun Survived and are on their way to the Imperial city to fight again. She tries to warn them but they don't believe her because she lied about being a man.
  • Theme
  • Follow your heart!
  • Mulan tries warn them once more, when the Hun reveal them selves and take the Emperor hostage. The army fight the Hun again until they reach the emperor where he is being held hostage by the leader if the Hun, Shun Yu. Shang and Mulan take Shun Yu on and save the Emperor.
  • The Emperor ignores the fact the Mulan impersonated a man and focuses on the fact that she saved him and all of China. The emperor then gives her the sword of Shun Yu so that china will know what she for him, and his crest so her family will know what she did for him.
  • The theme of Mulan is that you should follow your heart but that doesn't necessarily mean that you do every single thing you want to, it means that you need to follow your heart when you make decision.
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