Over the Moon – The fantastic world of Lunaria: the final trailer of the Netflix animated film

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Netflix has released the final trailer of the animated film Over the Moon – The Fantastic World of Lunaria, directed by Oscar winner Glen Keane, streaming from 23 October.

Netflix released the trailer finale, over in Italian version, of the animated musical Over the Moon – The fantastic world of Lunaria, which will be streaming from October 23. Directed by the Oscar winner Glen Keane, is the modern reinterpretation of an ancient Chinese legend. Even if you don’t like the music of the film, you will certainly not be indifferent to the almost psychedelic images and colors with which the story is told, which is the following:

Orphaned by her mother, the protagonist recalls a legend that this told her, namely the existence on the moon of a goddess able to fulfill the wishes of those who help her to reunite with her lost love. Mocked by friends and relatives, the girl builds a rocket and leaves with her bunny for space, where she discovers a magical world populated by fantastic creatures and is faced with the legend that has become reality. The important thing is to believe in it.

The original version of Over the Moon is interpreted by Cathy Ang, Phillipa Soo, Robert G. Chiu, Ken Jeong, John Cho, Ruthie Ann Miles, Margaret Cho, Kimiko Glenn, Artt Butler, Irene Tsu, Clem Cheung, Conrad Ricamora e Sandra Oh.



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