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INTERVIEW. ‘How To Train Your Dragon 3' asks for handkerchiefs: We want people to cry
Film From today ‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ in our halls. We went last week already to the exclusive premiere in London, where there is much more to see than just the film. “Watching is not enough anymore”, sounds. “You must be beléven.”

Today is a movie premiere not just more sitting with a pack of popcorn. In our digital age, where everything is absolutely photogenic, you should be in the middle of the action can fail. That was also the creators of ‘The Hidden World’, that the vikingdropje Birch fully to life spent in the streets of London.

take Your kids to the drakentraining send, something to go for a drink in the great hall of Berk, your hair braiding like a true viking, and then also the matching oorlogsstrepen on your face paint, nothing was too much to ask. Once all of the visitors completely in the atmosphere, it was time to descend to the hidden world’ - aka, a steep metal staircase facing in the direction of cinema.

And also that was not ordinary. During the movie the audience could enjoy surprising light effects that correlated with the events on the screen. “This is the future of film”, says the organization. “Something is not enough anymore. People who go to the cinema come looking for excitement, they want the adventures from the movie experience for themselves.” That they take very literally. One of the activities on the premiere out to guests on the back of dragon is Toothless to let them drive, and the images after the end to mount to a trailer with the customer in the leading role. “We believe that that can. So you can distinguish it from streaming services and other competition.”

The story

The movie itself was however already an experience in itself. ‘The Hidden World’ is the last part of the trilogy. Both ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ (2010) and ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2' (2014) were each already have an Oscar nomination, and it looks like ‘The Hidden World’ not will need to envy.

Graphically it is the best print from the series, and also the theme does not leave to be desired. It is an animated film brave has grown up with its audience. It is, after all, already eight years ago that the first part came out, and also the main character Hiccup has grown up. Unfortunately, it goes hand in hand with a few tricky dilemmas. After the loss of his father, the young man chief, a responsibility he would rather not had wanted. In addition, the drakenstropers on his heels and brings him the entire drop in danger, to say nothing of his best friend, the dragon Toothless. If all that wasn't enough, urges his family to a marriage with his girlfriend, Astrid. A brave warrior who still hélemaal not ready to get married.

Deeply emotionally

‘The Hidden World’ picks up with action, slaps you around the ears with wonderful computer technology and works on your laughing muscles thanks to the star of the show: Toohtless, in English also known as Bijtkwijt. The slightly feline teaches a white girlfriend, know, and touch deeply in love with. The scenes in which he was to court her attempt to make sure for the highlights of the 107-minute-long spectacle.

The print hides, yet not away from heavier topics, such as adult and all the loss that comes with it. Indeed, according to writer and director Dean Deblois would his audience have the most of all crying. “We went really for the emotion,” he said in an interview with this newspaper. “Did you have to cry? It makes me really happy! (laughs) Each ‘How To Train Your Dragon’movie has its own feel, its own message. I found it personally very important that each film in itself, would be no cliffhangers. This last installation is a lot nostalgischer than its predecessors. It's about saying goodbye, about the closing of a chapter. You will be left with the question: where are the dragons today?” And take it from this reporter: with a heart in the throat. ‘The Hidden World’ is a surprisingly emotional, but also a fitting end to a remarkable trilogy that does not disappoint.

We have to say goodbye to our beloved dragons, but the last flight of Toothless takes a unprecedented height.

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