"It's an everyday universe that exists 7 feet over our heads. They are city birds that you can find in every tree or every corner." Juan: a sparrow that feels ordinary and underestimates ... See full summary »
"It's an everyday universe that exists 7 feet over our heads. They are city birds that you can find in every tree or every corner." Juan: a sparrow that feels ordinary and underestimates his own race. Accidentally, he changes the way he looks, and the same reason that will make him feel unique is what is going to put his life in danger. Feifi: a beautiful canary that manages to escape from the cage of a network tycoon (Mr. Puertas), and starts trying a new life in freedom, as a common bird. Both of them will need to be something that they aren't and will face danger and adventures with their friends (Libia, the Pidgeon; Pipo, the Humming Bird; Clarita, the Bat; and some more). A clumsy cat, some psyco Southern Lapwings and Mr. Puertas will make everything even harder for them. Juan and Feifi will try to shape their destiny to feel truly free. Written by
Pretty much like "Gaturro", this was a boring CGI film without very much entertainment value.
The animation was poor and the aesthetic of the characters designs looked derivative of the films done by Pixar and Dreamworks.
Sadly, the plot isn't much better either, being boring, dull and generic for most of the time. The characters were bland stereotypes without any interesting quality about them. The jokes weren't funny.
In my opinion, "Boogie the Oily One" and "Fierro" were much better examples of Argentinean animated films, while this one was just something totally forgettable.
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