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compare and contrast the film, Clash of the Titans, to the story of Perseus.

Andromeda and Perseus Essay :
The Story begins with Andromeda and Perseus. There are many Similarities and differences between what happens in the movie “Clash of the Titans” and the actual myth about Andromeda and Perseus. The three main similarities between the movie and the myth are that in both, Perseus is helped to defeat Medusa, Perseus threw Medusa’s eye, and in both the movie and the myth Andromeda’s mom compares her to someone. The three main differences are Medusa has three sisters in the myth and not in the movie, also in the movie the Djjng and warriors help Perseus and in the myth Athena and Hernia help Perseus to defeat Medusa. Also, In the movie Perseus threw the witches eye on the ground and in the myth he throws it in the lake. In the movie Andromeda’s mom compares her to herself and Nereid’s and in the myth she Compares Andromeda to aphride.

There are many comparisons between the movie “Clash of the Titans”” and the myth about Andromeda and Perseus. The three main comparisons, are both in the movie and the myth Perseus is helped to defeat Medusa but in the movie and the myth the people who help Perseus are not the same. Also, another similarity is that Perseus threw the witches eye in the story, but in the movie and the myth he throws her eye in different places. Lastly in both the movie and the myth Andromeda’s mom compares her to someone, but in the movie and the myth the person Andromeda is compared to is a different person.

There are also many contrasts between the movie “ Clash of the Titans” and the myth about Andromeda and Perseus.   The three main contrast are that Medusa has three sisters in the myth but not in the movie. Also, In the movie the Djjng   and warriors help Perseus defeat Medusa, and in the myth Athena and Hernia helped Perseus defeat Medusa. Also, in the movie Perseus threw thee witches eye on the ground and in the myth he throws it in...