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Born in China

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BORN IN CHINA. Photo by: Ben Wallis. ©2016 Disneynature. All Rights Reserved.

BORN IN CHINA. Photo by: Ben Wallis. ©2016 Disneynature. All Rights Reserved.

Photo: Ben Wallis

Photo: Ben Wallis

BORN IN CHINA. Photo by: Ben Wallis. ©2016 Disneynature. All Rights Reserved.

Marian Garcia, Reporter

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Born In China was released on April 21, 2017 in the United States. It made 9.9 million dollars at the box office. The movie was directed by Lu Chuan and narrated by John Krasinski. The movie took three years to make and is rated G, for general audience.

Lu Chuan (Director of film) @LuChuanfilms I Twitter

The movie has Lu Chuan, director, go on an adventure by following three animal families from China. The three families are the golden snubbed-nosed monkeys, snow leopards, and pandas. The movie tries to express the message of the circle of life. It tries to remind people of the importance of family and what will probably happen to them. “Who doesn’t know a kid who is all of a sudden visited by a younger sibling and then pushed out and feeling somewhat on the side.  So from a connection standpoint and from a kind of familial perspective, it was a great story that we could tell,” Roy Coli, producer, said about the story following the monkeys. People can die, grow apart, and be together. “You realize that this stuff is – it’s our everyday life, even though it’s happening to animals. You realize that there is so much we can learn.,” Kransinski said about the movie.

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The movie was met with fairly good reviews. The camera work was great and imagery was very good.

The movie had a message was great for kids and adults and it was a shame that the box office wasn’t as big as other movie debuts. Best of of the movie is that DisneyNature was give 20 cents from every ticket bought opening week to a conservation fund for the animals. “Only in the sense that the narrative itself is a major component to what I think the mandate of DisneyNature is.  We wanna educate.  We want to inspire.  And we want to entertain,” Coli said.

To learn more go to:

http://nature.disney.com/born-in-china

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