In a flashback, King Harold and Queen Lillian are about to sign the kingdom of Far Far Away over to Rumpelstiltskin (“Rumpel”), in exchange for lifting their daughter Princess Fiona‘s curse. The deal is canceled at the last second when the king and queen are informed that Fiona has been rescued.[a] In the present time, an angry Rumpel laments his loss and wishes that Fiona’s rescuer, Shrek, had never been born.Shrek Forever After full Movie download.
Meanwhile, Shrek has grown steadily weary of being a family man and celebrity among the villagers, leading him to long for his past when he was feared and had privacy. When celebrating his children’s first birthday at a restaurant in Far Far Away, an escalating series of mishaps further injure his ego, causing him to walk out in anger and lash out at Fiona. Having observed the outburst, Rumpel follows Shrek and arranges for him to appear to save his life. Inside Rumpel’s carriage, Shrek laments that he is no longer a “real ogre”. Pretending to thank Shrek for his good deed earlier, Rumpel offers Shrek a deal: A day as a “real ogre” in exchange for a day from his childhood. Shrek signs the contract and is whisked away into an alternate reality.
Now feared by the villagers, Shrek takes the opportunity to cause some lighthearted mischief until he finds that Fiona is a fugitive and his home deserted and desolate. Captured by witches, Shrek is taken to Rumpel, now the king of the derelict Far Far Away, in a caged cart driven by Donkey, who has never met him. Rumpel reveals to Shrek that he erased the day he was born, meaning Shrek never existed in this alternate timeline. Consequently, Harold and Lillian were forced to sign the kingdom over to Rumpel, causing them to disappear. When the day ends, Shrek will no longer exist.