Salvation in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Have a look at this scene from Charlie and the Chocolate factory;

There is a problem in Charlie’s relationship with Mr. Wonka because he and his granddad had taken something from the factory without permission. This disqualifies him from receiving the prize of a lifetime supply of chocolate.
What does Charlie do and what does this show?

In Catholic terms can you see, confession,contrition, repentance and forgiveness in this.

Our sin stands between us and God and damages our relationship with God. The actions of Jesus in his death and resurrection puts this right. We need to acknowledge our sins with genuine sorrow and repent,that is turn away from them, and receive the forgiveness which is offered us through Jesus Christ.
Wow! All that in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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