Aladdin is a poor young boy who lives with his only companion in life, Abu, a cunning and intelligent little monkey. Now, you can see his adventures in the following Aladdin animated images below.
The boy grows up with the painful theme of unworthiness, feeling that he is a ragamuffin, inferior to others, and is ashamed of this.
Aladdin Animated Pictures
Aladdin and his little monkey spend their days frolicking through the streets of the town while singing merrily and stealing to eat, only to give all they have to those who seem to be most in need.
The boy is good and humble, almost naive, but he is also endowed with a vivid imagination, which leads him to travel every night with his fantasy.
He looks out the window of his humble home, from which you can see the palace of the sultan, and dreams of living there.
Aladdin does everything to avoid the awareness of his shameful condition; indeed, he even mocks it with the village guards, who often hunt him down.
On what seems to be a day like any other, Aladdin meets the very person who later turns out to be Princess Jasmine. He helps the mysterious girl escape from the guards’ clutches, who believe her to be a thief.
Jasmine is immediately fascinated by the boy’s lively and carefree manner, but Aladdin, once he discovers the girl’s true origins, is ashamed of what she is.
He discovers himself in love with the young princess and convinces himself that the love he feels for her can never be reciprocated, thus saddening himself.
At this point, Aladdin is as confused and depressed as we have ever seen him. He is forced to come to terms with reality and with the fact that he is poor.
Until he is presented with what seems to be the opportunity of a lifetime: he meets the cruel Jafar, who sets a trap for him that is so devious that it puts his life at risk.
But just when it seems that there is nothing more he can do, he is presented with the opportunity to have the genie of the lamp at his command.
Aladdin can express three wishes to the genie, and he has no doubts: admitting to himself and Jasmine to be a couple. This is why he chooses to ask the genie to turn him into a prince.
He then continues to adopt his immunizing strategy, pretending to be what he is not: with the help of magic, his rags become sumptuous robes.
His adventure companion Abu becomes an imposing elephant, accompanied by a host of musicians, dancers, servants, etc.
The magic exacerbated Aladdin’s attempts not to face reality. However, when Aladdin presents himself to Princess Jasmine in this manner, she rejects him, causing our boy to fall into hopelessness.
This umpteenth attempt by Aladdin to hide from what causes him the most pain, being a ragamuffin, has once again proven ineffective and only causes him discomfort.
The time has come for our protagonist to gain strength and accept himself for what he is, with his faults, and above all with his merits: with a newfound awareness, Aladdin will be able to find his happy ending.