Raya and The Last Dragon opens an Indian adventure to find the last dragon in the world

Raya and The Last Dragon is the first animated film inspired by Southeast Asian culture. The story takes place in a reimagined ancient civilization. At that time, humans admired the power and wisdom of dragons and regarded dragons as their patron saint (faith). However, the good times did not last long. In a holy war between righteousness and evil, the dragon sacrificed itself to protect mankind. 500 years later, the human tribe became torn apart and evil monsters returned to the earth. The legend of the dragon was once again mentioned by people.


In order to make Raya and The Last Dragon fit the Southeast Asian culture as much as possible, the production team has done a lot of sketching in Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar, Indonesia, Laos, and other countries. From the official poster, we can see that Raya wears traditional Southeast Asian costumes and a hat. She holds the dragon-shaped sword tightly in the downpour, showing a shy smile. The character settings and scenes in Raya and The Last Dragon are full of Southeast Asian cultural imprints.


The trailer of Raya and The Last Dragon starts with an Indiana Jones-style adventure. Raya’s dress has also changed from daily mode to night mode. Raya wears blue nightwear with double sticks around her waist and a high with a ponytail, she can use a variety of superb fighting skills to quickly pass obstacles. When confronting a masked person, she always shows well-trained self-confidence. Through the narration, we can know that Raya is becoming Guardians of the Dragon Jewels receive training.


The “Raya and The Last Dragon” also draws on many traditional Southeast Asian cultures and corresponding religious customs. As Laya said: “The world has changed.” Different tribal cultures and customs will inevitably lead to conflicts. The meaning of “dragon” lies in It can effectively connect the spiritual world of people and people. When Raya saw the dragon for the first time, the dragon was still trapped in the human body. Raya needed the power of different tribes to help the dragon recover its true body and let people Regain faith.

“Raya and The Last Dragon” is directed by Don Hall, the director of “Winnie the Pooh”, “Big Hero 6”, and “Moana”. Raya and the Dragon are voiced by movie stars Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina respectively. The film will be released on March 5, 2021.