This is the latest Peruvian family animation from established kids’ director Eduardo Schuldt, who this time has 3D to play with – the first 3D film made solely on Peruvian soil. The movie has a scientific twist to help kids learn, but it’s mainly pure fantasy: it follows the adventures of Aristóteles, Nicole and Petit Pan, who must journey inside a science-fiction writer’s imagination to fix his experiment-gone-awry.
Peruvian fantasy animation in 3D
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