Mia and the Migoo

Movie information

Rated PG: Parental Guidance Suggested (Some Material May Not Be Suitable for Children) -- Rated PG for thematic elements, some peril and brief mild language.
Released on:
March 25, 2011 (NY)


Status: Released

Feat. Voices of:
Dany Boon, Garance Lagraa, Charlie Girerd, Laurent Gamelon, Pierre Richard, Jean-Pierre Coffe, Amanda Misquez

Director: Jacques-Remy Girerd

Screenwriter: Jacques-Remy Girerd, Benoit Chieux, Antoine Lanciaux, Stephanie Sheh, Iouri Tcherenkov

Genre: Family, Kids, Animation
About the film:
Created from an astonishing 500,000 hand-painted frames of animation, the gorgeous second feature from French animator Jacques-Rémy Girerd is a work of art, breathtaking to behold. Figures are outlined in pencil and then bathed in rustic watercolors, with backgrounds that burst at the seams with painterly detail. The story is a thrilling family adventure that pits a plucky, wild haired young heroine Mia against profit-hungry developers, with the future of life on Earth in the balance.

One night Mia has a premonition. So after saying a few words of parting at her mother's grave, she sets out on a journey across mountains and jungles to search for her father, who has been trapped in a landslide at a disaster-plagued construction site on a remote tropical lake. In the middle of the lake stands the ancient Tree of Life, watched over by innocent, bumbling forest spirits called the Migoo, who grow and change shape as they please, morphing from small childlike beings to petulant giants. It is the Migoo who have been disrupting the construction to protect this sacred site and now together with Mia - they join in a fight to find Mia's father and save the Tree.
Rated PG for thematic elements, some peril and brief mild language.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $16,975 (1 theater) |
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