Over The Moon Netflix: Netflix recently released the trailer #1 of their upcoming computer-animated adventure film Over The Moon which is based on the legend of the Chinese Moon Goddess.
The movie is directed by former Disney director and Oscar winner Glen Keane. Since the movie is of Chinese origin, from the trailer we can see that the makers have put on extreme effort to get the essence of Chinese tradition. That’s why the movie is so colorful with characters representing the Chinese culture.
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The story revolves around a small girl named Fei Fei who has grown up with listening to her mother’s stories about the moon Goddess. The story says that once there was a couple who loved each other very much until one day the princess accidentally drank a magic potion due to which the couple got separated. But she still resides in the moon waiting for her lover to come back so that they can unite again and complete their love story. This story has left so much impression in fei fei’s mind that even after her mother’s death she believes in the story. She regularly imagines about the princess and dreams of going to the moon to meet her and comfort her.
This little fantasy of hers is not believed by many people including her father who thinks that she is very much indulged in the story and it’s just a story. But Fei Fei doesn’t let the topic go and with the help of her bunny, she continuously tries to send a rocket to the moon until after so much hard work she creates her own space rocket through which she tries to go to the moon all by herself with her bunny by her side. The take-off happens and halfway across the destination the rocket gets off and they start to fall and suddenly there is a tractor beam that pulls them up where Fei Fei discovers a whole new world called Lunaria. She witnessed so many things and possibly the queen!
The movie is scheduled to arrive on Netflix in November. The movie would be available in English audio along with the subtitles.
The animate series included voices of Cathy Ang, Robert G Chiu, Phillipa Soo, Sandra Oh, Keng Jeong, John Cho, Ruthie Ann Miles, Margaret Cho, Kimiko Glenn, and many others.
Netflix released the trailer a few days back and the Audience is loving it. It is available on YouTube and Netflix. Check it out there!, If You haven’t seen the trailer yet, Have a look at it.
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