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Angie Moors Describe how Proppian methodology is fitting and state how spheres of action are utilised within the film Mission Impossible 2 Vladimir Propp invented Proppian methodology in 1928 and he called it The morphology of the folk tale He believed thats each piece of story based text had a formula He said that each story had 32 phases that they went through and there were always 8 particular characters featured in each The Hero The Villain The Donor The Dispatcher The False Hero The Helper The Princess Her Father Throughout this essay I am going to be applying this theory to the text mission Impossible 2 At the beginning of the film we witness what is believed to be a scene between the films hero to be and what comes across as the victim to be The first point of Propps theory is undergone An ordered state of well being A member of the familycommunity leaves home Dr Vladimir Nekhorvich leaves to deliver his new found deadly disease and remedy which placed in the wrong hands could cause ultimate havoc and pain upon thousands and costs 35 million dollars He boards a flight with Dimitrei his supposed helper to take the disease to America and suddenly a state of disequilibria is set as Dimitrei the false hero is unmasked to be villain after he stages the death of Dr Nekhorvich and the crashing of the plane leaving him and his helpers Willis and Hugh to escape with the 35 million dollar deadly disease part of their prominent major scheme A member of the familycommunity is harmed and false hero is unmasked Propps theory continues to prove accurate We are then introduced to the real hero Ethan Hunt The hero is firstly displayed in an inhumanly dangerous situation He is struggling with a hot sandy surface of a cliff face without any aid In one part he falls regaining his balance and
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