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Finding Nemo Literature Elements

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Madison Jensen

on 15 January 2016

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The setting in the movie Finding Nemo is under the ocean. In the Pacific Ocean.
Finding Nemo
By: Madison Jensen

Finding Nemo is in 3rd Person. It is about a community under the sea.
The Antagonist in the movie is the diver/dentist and the predators in the ocean.
"Just keep swimming" is said many times in the movie. This can be a metaphor for "just keep trying"
A Simile in the movie is when Marlin is telling a joke to the sea creatures about the Mollusk. "With fronds like those who need anemones."
The exposition in Finding Nemo is when Marlin's wife and all the baby fish die. And he only finds one baby fish and Marlin names him Nemo. Also, on Nemo's first day of school when Marlin is taking Nemo to his first day fo school.
Rising Action
Falling Action
The climax in the movie Finding Nemo is when Nemo's dad, Marlin finds Nemo!
1. Nemo's first day of school. And when he gets taken from his dad.
2. Marlin and Dory meet and they meet Bruce, the shark.
3. Next, Marlin and Dory get stung by all the jellyfish and they get saved by the sea turtle, Crush.
4. Last, is when Marlin and Dory get swallowed by the whale and end up in Sydney, Australia. (That is were Nemo is)
The falling action in the movie is when Nemo helps saves Dory and the other fish from getting caught by the fishermen.
The resolution in Finding Nemo is all three of them; Nemo, Dory and Marlin all go back home and Nemo finally gets to go back to school for REAL!
An example of flashback is when Dory finds Nemo and remebers that Marlin was looking for his son named Nemo.
In Finding Nemo an example of allusion is "Fish are friends not food."This is a group of sharks supporting each other about NOT eating fish.
An example of hyperbole is Dory is asking for directions and calls the whale "a litte fella." Another, hyperbole is when Dory is actually speaking whale.
1) The clown fish was NOT funny.
2) The seahorse is allergic to the water.
3) A pelican is friends with fish.
4) The talking turtle, Crush.
An example is when the Dentist says "I'm going to a man about a wallaby." Meaning that "I'm going to use the restroom."
An example of foreshadowing is when Marlin and Dory are in the whale and the water starts to go down. This is foreshadowing that they are in the Sydney Harbor.
An example of symbolism are the goggles.
There is a happy mood because, Nemo and his dad find each other again.
There is a sad mood because, Nemo got taken away from his dad.
No matter how hard life gets, keep moving forward. Or as Dory would say, "Just keep swimming."
About the Directors
Directors: Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich
Andrew Stanton is an Oscar winning filmmaker. He earned his education at The California Institution of Arts in L.A. He studied Character Animation. He joined Pixar Animation Studios in 1990. He wrote and designed Toy Story. He also wrote and directed, A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo and WALL-E.
Lee Unkrich is the co-director of Finding Nemo. He went to school at Chargin Falls High School, in Ohio. He was a great French student. He created a character in the movie Toy Story 2, after his High School French teacher. He was also in the local newspaper twice about the movies, Monsters Inc. and Finding Nemo.
Lee Unkrich
Andrew Stanton
Andrew Stanton also plays a character in Finding Nemo.
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