Mastermind and director Pete Docter (Everything is upside down) has created an amusing and creative masterpiece full of adorable characters, unusual gags and lots of heart and humor, in which you will finally find out why you are actually who you are
With the German trailer we can now get in the mood for the start of Disney Pixar’s “Soul” on December 25, 2020 on Disney +.
We also present the first pictures and of course the first information about a funny and warm-hearted film in difficult times.
This is what “Soul” is all about
What makes us humans? How will we … “We”? Well, the slightly chaotic and stubborn soul named 22 does not ask itself these questions. She doesn’t like the personalities or interests that people receive before they arrive on earth. And in general she wants to have relatively little to do with all the earthly stuff. Until one day she meets Joe Gardner.
Due to a stupid mishap, the aspiring jazz musician ends up just a few hours before his big performance in a fantastic, mystical place where all souls linger before they come to earth. There he has to deal from now on with the nine-miserable 22 at his side, who has never understood what is supposed to be so great about this human life. As Joe desperately tries to show 22 how great it is to be human, the two stumble from one mess to the next.
Warm and funny
“We are excited to bring Pixar’s spectacular and touching film ‘Soul’ to viewers directly on Disney + in December,” said Bob Chapek, CEO of The Walt Disney Company. “A new Pixar movie is always special and this really warm and funny story about human relationships and how we find our place in the world is a cinematic highlight that families can now enjoy together over the Christmas holidays.”
The visionary filmmaker Peter Docter, who was awarded the Oscar for his films “Everything is upside down” and “Above”, is responsible for “Soul” together with his co-director and author Kemp Power, who previously participated in “One Night in Miami “Acted as a screenwriter.
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Hope for some distraction in difficult times
“The world can be a stressful and frustrating place – but it is also full of unexpected joys, including things that are obviously mundane,” said Docter, who is also chief creative officer of Pixar Animation Studios. “Soul asks what is really important in our lives, a question we all arguably ask ourselves right now. I hope the film brings the viewers some joy and pleasure at a time when we can all really need it. “