Hero's Journey Act 2

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Hero’s Journey Act II By: Bailey Piatt
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Tests, Allies, & Enemies Lone Survivor: - Marcus is adapting to the new environment in Afghanistan with his other SEAL members: Axe, Danny,and Murphy trying to kill a Taliban extremist leader. Hacksaw Ridge: - Desmond is tasked with going to war against Japan without a rifle to protect himself with his fellow soldiers. Castaway: - Chuck is stranded in the middle of the Pacific Ocean on a desert island with no one but Wilson, a volleyball, meant to resemble a person. Everyday he fights for the will of survival
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Approach to the Inmost Cave Lone Survivor: - Goat herders expose their position and the Red Wing Operation is compromised, leaving Marcus and the rest of the SEAL’s to decide on what to do, any decision which could cost them all their lives. Hacksaw Ridge: - Desmond approaches the Ridge with his fellow soldiers knowing he could die any second, due to being without a rifle. He is willing to give his life to save lives in the name of God.
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  • Fall '19
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  • American films, Pacific Ocean, Combat, Hacksaw Ridge

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