Myth of Psyche and Cupid - 4

Myth of Psyche and Cupid - 4
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  • Audio - Soft footsteps Camera - Close up of the candle and the dagger, fade out
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  •  Camera - Close up - Pan and Psyche , Aphrodite and Psyche, Psyche on the floor
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  • Audio - Soft wings flapping Camera - Close up to Long shot- Psyche and Cupid
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  • One night Psyche decided to see who this mysterious host was. She set out, with a lamp and a dagger, into his bedroom. As she crept closer to the bed, she realized that it wasn't a monster, but a young, handsome man with 2 white wings. A drop of oil spilled on to the sleeping god, who saw Psyche’s, with a dagger in her hand pointing towards him. A feeling of betrayal filled his heart as he flew away from the castle.
  • Psyche felt that she had betrayed Cupid. She decided to drown herself when Pan, the god of shepherds, saved her and advised her to go and ask Venus, the goddess of love. Venus was still jealous and so she gave Psyche 3 tasks that no mortal could do, she still managed to do the first 2 task . The final task was to retrieve a special beauty box from the underworld. Psyche had managed to this task as well. When she went to check the box, a foul fume came, making her drop.
  • Cupid, after seeing this, returned to his normal form and nudged Psyche’s skin with a golden arrow, to which Psyche woke up. Cupid asked her “Psyche, what am I going to do with you? Will you never learn?” In return Psyche answered “I have learned, I’ve learned that I love you.”  And with that, they flew away, to Cupid’s palace. Once Cupid managed to convince his mother, Venus, they made Zeus accept Psyche as an immortal god and they lived happily ever afte, together.
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