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Nezha recently very fire anime familiars drop of nezha conquers the world, with a high evaluation in everyone’s eyes, the anime is directed by the directed by the director dumplings.The 110-minute film, helmed by 1980s-born director Yang Yu, better known as Jiaozi, meaning dumpling in Chinese, offers a retelling of a household tale that will strike a chord with modern Chinese audiences.

Ne Zha appears in many Taoist legends and related novels, such as The Investiture of the Gods and Journey to The West. His legendary achievements include slaying a dragon, coming back to life, and fighting demons.

Jiaozi adapted the story in his own way, touching on issues such as the parent-child relationships, family love, loneliness and misunderstanding, in order to create a story that would resonate with modern audiences. To adapt the story for the screen, Jiaozi spent half a year writing and redrafting it 66 times.

"Domestic animations are often relatively weak. But this time, we assembled 1,600 people in a team from all over the industry to work for nearly five years and, together, we have tried our best to present a good film for the Chinese audience," director Jiaozi explained at the premiere held in Beijing on July 23.


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