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“Lilo & Stitch” director complains about praise for “Frozen”

Chris Sanders claims that the 2002 animation showed, well before “Frozen”, the complex relationship between two sisters.

Chris Sanders, one of the directors of the animation “Lilo & Stitch” (2002), revealed in an interview with the New York Times that he is frustrated with some of the praise given to the animation “Frozen: A Freezing Adventure” (2013).

For him, “Lilo & Stitch” was a pioneer in showing an unromantic relationship between two sisters, but the credits ended up going to the Elsa and Anna animation, released 11 years later.

“To be clear, I think ‘Frozen’ is great, but it was a little frustrating for me because people were saying, ‘Finally, a good relationship between two sisters.’ And I thought, ‘We did this, absolutely this is it. been done before, Sanders revealed.

Launched in 2002, the animation “Lilo & Stitch”, which celebrates 20 years in 2022, has had a positive reception from critics, reaching 86% acclaim on Rotten Tomatoes.

At the time, it was widely praised that the film explored family issues in a bolder way than traditional Disney films. It is the relationship between Lilo and her older sister, Nani, that comes to the fore after the death of her parents in a car accident.

Previously “Frozen: A Freezing Adventure”, released in 2013, became a huge pop phenomenon and received praise for the way it rejected the romantic standards of Disney animations, placing the relationship between the sisters Anna and Elsa at the center of the plot. , and not their bond with a man.

Source: Terra

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