Nemo is netted and abducted by a boat and is eventually sent to decorate a marine aquarium placed in a dentist’s office in Sydney. Thereby Marlin while searching for his abducted son Nemo befriends a fish Dory who is ailing from short term memory loss. Both these friends travel a great distance, during their journey coming across an array of dangers like sharks, jelly fish and anglerfish to rescue Nemo from the dentist’s clinic that is located by Sydney Harbor. While these two friends are trying their best to rescue Nemo, Nemo along with other creatures residing in the dentist’s aquarium are contriving a plot to escape from the aquarium to once again lead a free and independent life in the vast and open ocean. So far as the plot of Finding Nemo is concerned, it is really gripping and enticing.
The storyline does catch the attention of the audience right from the start and keeps them riveted to their seats, eagerly looking forward to find out as to what is going to happen next. The plot revolves around the stories of two protagonists that are Marlin and Nemo who are required to deal with their inner conflicts so as to be able to have a normal father son relationship.
This is a storyline with which many people could readily identify with and this is something that infuses the plot of this animation movie with an intense human appeal. The plot of Finding Nemo includes conflict at varied levels. On the one side the conflict is external as the two protagonists are to contend with an array of dangers and risks lurking in the vast open sea in which they live.
But, on the other side the audiences’ come to see the intense psychological conflict that the two characters are required to deal with. If Marlin is deeply scarred by the trauma he faced in the past and comes out as being a nosey and doting father, Nemo comes out as a rebellious young son who wants to escape the caring nature of his father to be more independent and self reliant. This deep conflict woven into the story line is further enhanced by the multiple obstacles and challenges that Marlin and Nemo are to deal with, thereby making the overall plot really gripping and emotively stimulating.
The relationship between Marlin and Nemo is defined by conflicts that are of emotional and psychological nature and that require both the characters to grow up and
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