Belonging Practise Essay Madagascar and Despicable Me 19/20
To acquire a sense of belonging within our modern paradigm, one must be able to identify themselves in their surrounding environment that will habitually strengthen the relationships with the people in our society. Through Pierre Coffin’s film Despicable Me and the film Madagascar by Eric Darnell, and Tom McGrath we as the contemporary audience learn and realise the importance of acceptance which consolidate our relationships, experiences with our friends and family, and most importantly our selves. Understanding nourishes belonging, while a lack of understanding prevents it.
Deep and meaningful relationships allow us to integrate into society, and develop a positive outlook on most …show more content…
Through experiencing obstacles and problematic events in one’s life, we as human beings are able to over come these adversaries by learning from our prior mistakes and reconciling with others. After Gru has claimed the moon as his own, he finds the ticket for the girl’s ballet recital in his pocket and through his facial expression, the determination and conviction in his face, depicts to us that in the events leading up to the moon