Soul, the Animated Souls Review

From kaleidoscopic Pixar Animation Studios a new masterpiece with unexpected facets is born. The theme could have been music, like in “La La Land”, or being African American in New York such as “Do the Right Thing”. Or it could have been a film about the beyond, like “Heaven can wait”. Instead, it’s a practical manual to get out of existential dilemmas and bring us back into contact with the simple vibrant joy of life.

The overwhelming creativity of Pixar designers expresses itself on the triple design of the characters generating three different types of anatomical forms. Human, souls and of semi-divine beings in simple line forms. There are also three dimensions of existence, the reality, the world of souls and the middle way of the lost souls where the “mystics without frontiers” operate.

The most original part of the story.


Soul Trailer