In the film Shrek, Shrek, the main character, is seemed to be put down by everyone. Shrek lives by himself, even though he is a good man he is regularly discriminated because he appears different, which would be an example of injustice. Shrek is seen as an outcast, meaning that he feels hostility from the society which in this case are all the people in town. Shrek does not fit into such society, which is a hierarchy atop by Lord Farquaad.
Lord Farquaad is an authoritarian and hostile ruler. Shrek is labeled as a big, scary and ugly monster. Shrek eventually accept those stereotypes and began to act in a way which the town’s people would expect him to. Shrek is a victim of the labeling effect, like the black servant in “A Rose for Emily”.
Although Shrek has the ability to scare people, he isn’t able to scare Donkey. Donkey is a very talkative donkey who has a dry sense of humor.
Donkey sees Shrek differently than the town’s people and decides to be friends with him. Despite the previous fact, Shrek was not willing to share his home with Donkey beicause he didn’t particularly feel the same.
During the film there was a scene where warriors fight against each other to show dominance and power to see who is the strongest in town. After a while, Shrek defeated everyone and was chose to be the chosen one. He is commanded to go ahead and rescue Princess Fiona; a beautiful and sweet damsel who was on the top floor of a tower guarded by a furious dragon.
With Donkey as his companion, Shrek rescues Princess Fiona. Although Princess Fiona was disappointed by the looks of Shrek when he revealed his knight helmet, she still has some feelings for him.
Shrek appeared to be in love with Princes Fiona. He was afraid to confess his love to her. But while he readily holds a rose in his hand, he overheard a conversation between Princess Fiona and Donkey. While Princess Fiona continued to describe her accursed spell, which she turns into an…