Should be separated into 5 clearly-identified sections: introduction, summary of the film, identification/analysis of the archetypes, identification/analysis of the

Should be separated into 5 clearly-identified sections: introduction, summary of the film, identification/analysis of the archetypes, identification/analysis of the stages of the hero’s journey, and conclusion.
Introduction: In this section you will explain your understanding of Campbell, the power of myth, and the role of the hero’s journey in storytelling. Why are these important? What role do they play in the humanities?
Summary: This section will provide a brief (no longer than 1 paragraph) summary of the primary elements of your film to familiarize your reader with the story. (Think of the type of synopsis you might read on the back of a Blu-Ray case or in the summary section of a film’s IMDB entry — summarize the main points of the story without going into detail!)
Archetypes: Here you will introduce the major characters of the story, identify examples of each of the 8 archetypes in your chosen film, and explain why each character embodies a given archetype. This should be presented in synthesized, paragraph form, NOT single sentences or bullet points! (NOTE: Look closely — some archetypes may be harder to identify than others!)
Stages of the Hero’s Journey: In this section you will identify each of the 12 stages of the hero’s journey, as experienced by the hero/heroine of your film. As with the archetypes, this should be presented in synthesized, paragraph form, NOT single sentences or bullet points!
Conclusion: Summarize your findings and discuss what you’ve collectively learned from completing this project. Do you see stories and myths differently? Was it easy or hard to identify these patterns?
The total length of your written report should be a MINIMUM of 5 full pages.
You are not required to use outside sources for this assignment (however, if you do use outside sources, these must be properly cited – please see me if you’re unsure how to do this).
Your paper should be free of major grammatical errors and demonstrate significant thought and effort.