Screenwriter-producer Adele Lim shot to world fame writing ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ in 2018 and is again penning the story of Disney’s new CGI fantasy journey, ‘Raya And The Last Dragon’. She says the makers wished her to anchor the story in love, given the fantastical tone of her newest effort.
“The tone we wanted to lead with was one of love for our world, our family, and joy. With a project like this that is so fantastical, we wanted to find emotional anchors for our character and her journey, grounded in something true and relatable,” stated Lim.
She added that they wished to discover feelings.
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“So, when you look at (the primary character) Raya and her journey, she loses her relationship with her father, she loses this world she grew up in, and there`s this need to fight for the chance to restore her world, and perhaps see her father again, one day. And so we wanted to explore all those emotions, but at the same time, have the film be joyful, fun, and an adventure,” Lim stated.
The animated film tells the story of the fantasy world of Kumandra, the place people and dragons as soon as lived in concord. When an evil power threatens the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to avoid wasting humanity. Now, 500 years later, the identical evil returns and it’s as much as lone warrior Raya to seek out the legendary final dragon and restore the fractured land and its divided folks.
The film releases in theatres throughout India on March 5. Its voice solid includes Kelly Marie Tran as Raya and Awkwafina because the legendary dragon Sisu.