Do Good for The Planet: Watch Born in China! Get ready for a beautiful heartfelt Journey through the richness of nature. With Disney’s lens we learn about culture, enjoy fantastic regions and what it is to be Born in China. I was uplifted by this story of the cycle of life that inspires and does something for conservation.
Do Good for the Planet: Watch Born In China
Just like my favorite “Bears“, “African Cats” and “Monkey Kingdom” before it, watching Born in China helps us do good for the planet. Because Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure film BORN IN CHINA will benefit the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). How? Well, based on opening-week attendance, Disneynature, via the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, will make a contribution to the WWF to help protect wild pandas and snow leopards in China. So mark your calendar and feel free to enjoy the movie more than once on the big screen 🙂
About Born In China
Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure film “Born In China” takes an epic journey into the wilds of China where few people have ever ventured. Following the stories of three animal families, the film transports audiences to some of the most extreme environments on Earth to witness some of the most intimate moments ever captured in a nature film. A doting panda bear mother guides her growing baby as she begins to explore and seek independence. A two-year-old golden monkey who feels displaced by his new baby sister joins up with a group of free-spirited outcasts. And a mother snow leopard—an elusive animal rarely caught on camera—faces the very real drama of raising her two cubs in one of the harshest and most unforgiving environments on the planet. Featuring stunning, never-before-seen imagery, the film navigates China’s vast terrain—from the frigid mountains to the heart of the bamboo forest—on the wings of red-crowned cranes, seamlessly tying the extraordinary tales together. Opening in U.S. theaters on Earth Day 2017, “Born in China” is directed by accomplished Chinese filmmaker Lu Chuan, and produced by Disney’s Roy Conli and renowned nature filmmakers Brian Leith and Phil Chapman.
The Richness of Born In China
Travel is a great source of education that bridges and builds. The Born In China journey offers fabulous tidbits on the animal representation in Chinese culture. It also transports us to another side of the country far from the busy metropolis we know it well for. It is a chance to see wonderful and varied landscapes where moms also care for their young.
You can’t help but fall in love with the families followed in the film, and root for the caring mothers. I have to say I can totally relate to Yaya’s plight to keep babies close.
You will also enjoy good nature humor plus on point narration performed by John Krasinski.
I recommend you stay for the credits which uplifted me further as I witnessed the human spirit plow on with dedication care and passion to make for us the film Born In China.
Are you ready? Born in China opens in theaters on April 21rst. What animal family in the movie are your more excited to watch?