Beauty and the beast hanelly vasquez
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Call to Adventure
Refusal of the Call
The ordinary world is when Belle is taking us through her small town where nothing ever happens. Belle's maiden dress is white and blue, white represent; purity, peace and innocence.
Crossing the Threshold
Belle worries when her father's horse returns home without him, so she decides to go and look for him. She finds herself at the Beast's castle where her father has been imprisoned, and where she then offers to take her father's place as prisoner.
Ordeal, Death, and Rebirth
Belle is in the prison tower and is frightened and she does not want to stay in the tower forever. The beast wears a red cloak which shows how he doesn't how to control his temper
The road back
Belle crosses the threshold when she scarifies herself in exchange for her father's freedom, and has to leave her small little town to castle in the forest.
Belle and the beast are dancing in the ball room, and Belle accepts the fact that she might have feelings for the beast and she finally shows it. The beast's ballroom outfit is blue this represents truth and innocence this reflects his refined personality where he leans about kindness and love. Belle's yellow dress represents happiness, and a hope for a new beginning.
Belle leaves the castle in search of her sick father, she then takes him back home into their small village, which means she has gotten her wish to return home, however she learns that all the townspeople are planning to kill the beast. Gaston's outfit is red which symbolizes violence and anger or a violent passion for something.
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