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Eye Contact with a Soldier The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe directed by C.S. Lewis established the visual text of Peter and the Soldier at the train station and what I thought symbolized Peter’s character. When Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter were at the train station, as they proceeded to get on the train, Peter spots a soldier giving him a sense of grief and questioning him to why he is not at War with his father. Peter feeling the fear of interpretation I think it shows a sense of direction to possibly getting drafted to fight for his homeland. As Peter being himself, he’s the oldest brother which makes him responsible to overlook his family, to protect, and make sure his siblings are safe. After making visual contact with this soldier I felt a sense of leadership and bravely attitude withheld by Peter like he knowingly was going to get in War some way, somehow. Further into the visual I find out that Peter and the rest of his siblings fought in War (The Narnia War). It was highly important because it was a War between the Witch of Narnia, Aslan, and Son and Daughter of Adam and Eve. Further into War it concluded to Aslan, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy to be the Kings and Queens of Narnia. It all became a prominent idea that Peter was mentally prepared to be in a War. Peter’s visual after making visual contact with the soldier was to fight in war, and he did once they entered Narnia. To conclude the interaction Peter and the Soldier had at the train station solely gave the audience the proper understanding on what Peter’s intentions were, and that was to become a brave young soldier.