“Following your dreams” is the underlying theme of the 2016 Hollywood 3D animated comedy children’s movie titled ‘Zootopia’. Directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, this movie possesses a number of ‘life lessons’ that your child can acquire. So, here is presenting a few key facts of life that this excellent movie brings to life on celluloid, which is what eventually makes it a must watch for your child.
a. The presence of “Societal bias and prejudice” in Zootopia:
“Bias and prejudice” two extremely regressive concepts prevalent in human society are quite openly illustrated in this animation Hollywood movie. There are many scenes in this movie that clearly show “bias and prejudice” that have existed in human society for centuries. However, the one scene that stands out is a “flashback” in which a fox named Nick Wilde, a con artist is shown to be exited to join “cub scouts” just because this is apparently the first time that a fox has been invited. Furthermore, the other animals instead of initiating this fox with an open mind tease him and openly comment that he will never be allowed, which is a clear indication of the “bias and prejudice” that exist in human society. And so, with Zootopia clearly illustrating how cruel societal bias and prejudice can be, it certainly.
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