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When we come to that point in life when we have to choose a careers many of us will never expect that this decision might lead into saving the world one day but destiny and having certain abilities could lead us this direction Gerry a retired UN officer in the film World War Z will have to take on a journey to the biggest mission of his life Outlining some of Joseph Campbells stages of the mythic heros journey in his book Hero with a thousand faces clearly defines Gerry as a hero First Campbells beginning stage of the heros journey its define as the call to adventure He states A blunder-apparently the merest chance-reveals an unsuspected world and the individual is drawn into a relationship with forces that are not rightly understood The familiar life horizon has been outgrown the old concepts ideals and emotional patterns no longer fit 51 For Garret its a drastic change on the world full of zombies riots death and without the necessary resources to keep his family safe Without knowing whats causing this or the slightest idea of how to fight back the zombies Garry and his family must keep moving Thierry his friend and Under-Secretary from the UN will send a helicopter to save him and his family at sunrise but they must find a safe extract point As they are running away Garry has to fight his way in and out of a store to get his daughter clenbuterol for her asthma and other essentials for the family Also Garry and his family will have to go through an apartment building full of zombies to find a safe place to spend the night just before sunrise they will have to fight their way up to the roof-top in order to be picked up by the helicopter Second Campbell presents the next stage as The refusal of the call This is related by
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