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Willing or Unwilling. It is here that we are informed whether the Hero is intrinsically for or against the Journey and Transformation. In Star Wars (1977), Luke really wants to follow his Father's footsteps, leave Tattooine, become a Jedi and fight the Empire. In Alien (1979), everyone really would have preferred waking up on Earth.
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