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The Magic Toys, a Chinese animation that was launched in 2017 in its country of origin, finally reached the Brazilian sessions on Thursday, August 22.
Now showing, the film has been described by western viewers as “an oriental version of Toy Story”, since toys come to life in the absence of their owners, but no cowboys or Barbie dolls: all dolls are part of the rich culture Chinese.
The comparisons, however, are positive, as the film proves to be fun and culturally affluent – in addition to the millionaire budget, based on $ 12 million.
Check out the animation trailer:
According to the synopsis of the film, the group is formed by air infusers that gain color when placed in hot water – except for one, which is a joke among the rest. Their monotonous life will take on a new tone when a futuristic robot arrives at the store and invites them on an adventure.
The film is Gary Wang’s second work as a director, after his debut in 2016 with the animation Xiao Men Shen, which narrates about the crisis in the spirit world as humans are no longer believing in Chinese deities.
Despite the delay, Os Brinquedos Mágicos is already showing in Brazilian cinemas. Don’t miss out!
Read more about The Magic Toys at Cinema10.