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Beyond Beyond is a story about wanting the impossible. A story about a little rabbit boy not old enough to understand the rules of life, who takes up the fight against the most powerful ... See full summary »

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2 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »
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Edvin Ryding ...
Johan (voice)
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Johan's mother (voice)
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Johan's father (voice)
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The Feather King (voice)
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The Captain (voice)
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Bill (voice)
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Johan (voice)
Søs Egelind ...
The Captain / Bill (voice)
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Johan's father (voice)
Flemming Quist Møller ...
The Feather King (voice)
Evantubehd ...
Jonah (voice) (as Evan From EvanTubeHD)
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Bill (voice)
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Jonah's Father (voice)
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The Captain (voice)
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The Feather King (voice)
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Beyond Beyond is a story about wanting the impossible. A story about a little rabbit boy not old enough to understand the rules of life, who takes up the fight against the most powerful force. While doing so, he learns more and more about life. Written by Petter Lindblad

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Rated PG for some thematic elements and mild peril | See all certifications »
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21 March 2014 (Sweden)  »

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A la poursuite du Roi Plumes  »

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2.35 : 1
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #51.14 (2014) See more »

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Star War
Written By 'Jesse Pruett' and 'T.J. Hill'
Performed By 'Jesse Pruett and T.J. Hill'
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Excellent feature animation
18 January 2016 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

BEYOND BEYOND I was just about to fall off the chair the other day when I watched a DVD. It was a feature animated film from 2014 directed by a Dane, Esben Toft Jacobsen, but the production team seemed to be Swedish. I did not think the level of ambition in Denmark today held out for more than the usual run of the mill stories and production design, but I was wrong, and luckily so. It was a fairy tale in which a child, this time a rabbit, cannot bear the loss of his mother and thus embarks on a journey on ship to bring her back. The love story from Orpheus and Eurydice for children. There is a whole lot of help and adversity from all sorts of mysterious creatures he meets on his way, and it is exceedingly captivating to follow with plenty of pace all along. I sat and enjoyed the obvious references to Miyazaki, with little creatures that run in packs over the ground. This time they are not black but blue-green. The angel is in this version a scaly dragon- like creature, and Sct. Peter is a touching bureaucratic frog-like guy. Of the almighty godlike chaos force we only get to see the tentacles, but it is reminiscent of squid arms and enclose in the climax our poor friend's vessel. The character design is innovative and appealing. It is nice to see that you do not have to follow the standard tradition of design within CGI animation, which has become almost mandatory in the business. A story of life and death can be very strong, and it is in this case. I also got to think about the Irish film director Tomm Moore, who received an Oscar nomination for 'Song of the Sea' last year. Esben Toft Jacobsen had deserved a nomination as well.


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