Luca (2021)

Luca (Original) / Luca (US)

95 min
English, Italian
A young boy experiences an unforgettable seaside summer on the Italian Riviera filled with gelato, pasta and endless scooter rides. Luca shares these adventures with his newfound best friend, but all the fun is threatened by a deeply-held secret: he is a sea monster from another world just below the ocean's surface.

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Luca -- to friendship

As a diehard fan of Pixar... I saw the news on Disney+ at 3 o'clock on the 18th and finished watching it. It's still the Pixar I love. Many pictures, as soon as I saw the plot, I couldn’t help but sigh "Really good Pixar style" The plot is very simple, two alien boys set foot on an adventure life in a human settlement in order to pursue their own lives (?). But what I am most obsessed about with Pixar is that they can tell simple stories every time. In fact, this story attracted me even more from Alberto. He is a courageous but sensitive child. The days when his father abandoned him were engraved every day but eventually covered up with the motorcycle posters of his dreams. He used his optimism to cover up the fragility deep in his heart. He was childish and wanted to save face. He vowed to say that the stars in the sky are anchovies and the moon is the big fish that guards them. When Luca called him "sea monster" in front of humans, he must have been injured.. Luca seems to be different from his own dreams. He plays better with others, and no one sees it when he successfully eats it with a fork. , And even leave him. He is jealous, he is angry. He was so afraid of losing his only friend and speaker. But he is so cute again, the torn autographs were re-adhesive by him, and he rushed to the top of the mountain holding the only big blue umbrella, risking himself to be caught to protect Luca's safety. He is childish, but so beautiful. His people are three-dimensional and lively, but they are so heartless when doing things that are as naive as all children. When I saw the ending Luca and his family went to school separately, what I thought in my heart was whether Alberto would feel envious and sad when he saw this scene. I envy Luca for having a group of relatives who always care about and love him, and sad that my father even feels that he can live better than himself. I saw him standing next to him alone, Luca asked him "You are coming right?" How I hope someone will stand behind Alberto and support him to do anything, but he only has himself. I regret that the director did not give Alberto more plot. I want to know if his father really left him because he thought he was a burden? Why does Alberto live on land by himself? What about his mother or family? I hope he will be happy in the future, fishing and doing everything, I even look forward to seeing the story that belongs to him alone. Only his "Alberto".

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