In the movie, there is a contrast between Charlie and Willy Wonka. Charlie is a young boy who is the luckiest boy. Charlie lives in poverty with his mother, father, and four bedridden grandparents. Though they are extremely poor, they are not lacking in love. Willy Wonka, the owner of the Wonka chocolate factory. He is a genius that he is the most renowned candy maker in the world. However he is a lonely individual due to the mention of “family”. He is looking for a properly obsequious child to whom he can teach all the secrets of his factory.
There is a conflict when Charlie was invited to live with Willy Wonka in the chocolate factory but without bringing his family. To a certain extent, Willy Wonka cannot understand the importance of the family since his is lacking love in the family. As he said “I have no family and I’m giant success.” However, Charlie knows the values in life are not only chocolates and money, but family. So, Charlie rejected his invitation at that time.
However, as the movie goes on, the value of the family is explicitly found in it. Family is the most important thing to everyone, unfortunately Willy Wonka does not want to brings up memories of his own childhood until he met Charlie in the chocolate factory.
There is oppression by his father, so that Willy Wonka has not thought about his childhood for years. Since Charlie always asks Willy Wonka about his childhood, by asking “being a kid? Childhood?”. In flashbacks his father was a dentist, treated candy like poison and forced Willy Wonka to wear a torture chamber of a head...