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Big Fish & Begonia


Ji Guanlin, Pan Shulan, Su Shangqing, Xu Weizhou View All


Liang Xuan (Director), Liang Xuan (Writer), Zhang Chun (Director) View All

Release: Jul. 8th, 2016
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
Beyond the human realm, there is a magical race of beings who control the tides and the changing of the seasons. One of these beings, a young girl named Chun, seeks something more—she wants to experience the human world! At sixteen, she finally gets her chance and transforms into a dolphin in order to explore the world that has her fascinated. But she soon discovers that it’s a dangerous place and nearly gets killed in a vortex. Luckily, her...
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Grief-stricken, Chun makes a bargain with a soul collector, discovering that she must care for the boy's soul in the form of an ever-growing fish that she names Kun.
Jon Turner
Xuan and Chun's lengthy labor of love was greatly rewarded: the film was a smash hit in China, the second most successful animated film over there, in fact.