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Inside Out

Inside Out
Inside Out

Film Details

Year

2015

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English


Synopsis

Inside Out takes place in two worlds: real life, where 11 year-old Riley is struggling to deal with her family’s move to the bright lights of San Francisco, and “Headquarters” – the area inside Riley’s brain controlling all of her thoughts and emotions, populated by five diverse characters. At first, Joy is their dominant leader, but as Riley struggles to adjust to the challenges of a new city, home and school, other emotions – Anger, Fear, Disgust and Sadness – increasingly come to the fore. This hilarious, exciting adventure story shows Pixar on top form. As well as being hugely entertaining, the film comes with a poignant message, helping us to understand our own emotions and face up to some of the challenges involved in growing up.

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Very mild threat.

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