Aladdin: A Whole New World View || A Twisted Tale (AP Psychology)

Aladdin: A Whole New World View || A Twisted Tale (AP Psychology)



In this retelling of Disney’s Aladdin, the Sultan looks for a suitor fit to marry his daughter, Jasmine. In the beginning, he is angered that Jasmine refuses to marry those who offer their hand to her. Later, Jasmine leaves the palace in a frustrated state and meets and beings to fall in love with the schizophrenic Aladdin, who has delusions of being a prince and hallucinations of the Genie. The Sultan still shows frustration toward the two lovebirds. However, he soon loves him like his own son, showing signs of bipolar disorder. Meanwhile, his advisor, Jafar forms schemes to prevent the two from eventually marrying and illustrates his antisocial behavior in doing so. In the end, Jasmine acts as a therapist to Aladdin, Jafar, and the Sultan.

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