At first glance this movie appears to be just a computer animated film about a bunch of fish for children. Lookinat at it via a internal standpoint, nevertheless , reveals it can more complex than one may think. I chose this film um write about due to the fact that all the main characters manage to suffer from some kind of psychological disorder.
The story is about a small clown fish with an injured b, Nemo, whom rebels against his dad, Marlin, and gets captured by a individual scuba diver. Marlin continues on an exciting, action-packed hunt for his only kid and eventually ends up being remarkably brave. In the beginning, Marlin was afraid to let Nemo go to his initially day of faculty. You could say he suffered from Post Disturbing Stress Disorder, or PTSD. This would be initially Nemo will be out on his own considering that the loss or Marlin's partner and foreseeable future children into a barracuda. Alternatively, Nemo doesn't invariably seem to possess a specific disorder, he is just sick of his father. He shows this kind of by going past the " cut-off" and touching a ship. This is when Nemo is captured. Marlin chases after him and complies with a apparently normal seafood who promises to know the place that the boat travelled. After leading Marlin, the lady turns about and acts as if she would never achieved him. As it happens that this seafood, Dory, suffers from Amnesia and can only remember circumstances to a certain point. As Dory and Marlin become friends, they come across other types of seafood. They fulfill sharks that take the seafood to a group therapy meeting where that they talk about their recovery via being hooked on eating fish. In Nemo's tank where he is keeping, he meets a seafood who is captivated with bubbles and doesn't just like them to turn out and be distributed. This could be regarded OCD, or perhaps Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. An additional fish with " OCD" is the seafood who has a major problem with germs. Nemo also meets a fish who also thinks that her representation is her sister. The fish appears to be delusional at times and is significantly confused.
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