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In DreamWorks’ animated film, a Yeti is looking for his family – along with a group of outsiders, he embarks on an adventurous journey.
The musical Yi lives with her mother and grandmother in the middle of Shanghai. When she is looking for some peace on the roof of her house, she can hardly believe her eyes: here is a Yeti! Everest, as she baptizes him, has fled a research lab and is now being persecuted. Together with her friends Jin and Peng, Yi sets out to bring Everest back to his parents. It begins an adventurous journey that leads the group up into the peaks of the Himalayas – the unscrupulous scientists always at their heels.
The animation studio DreamWorks has created the “Shrek” series, a children’s movie classic that shines with a loving story, pop culture quotes and great animations. From the same blacksmith comes with “Everest – A Yeti wants high out” a new animation masterpiece. The film is the first collaboration with the Chinese Pearl Studios (formerly Oriental DreamWorks). In contrast to “Shrek”, the audience does not expect a fairy tale world in the Asian animation adventure, but a journey that leads us from the bustling city of Shanghai to land and water into the breathtaking mountains of the Himalayas. The adventure is staged for the whole family by Jill Culton (“Jagdfieber”) and Todd Wilderman (Art Department of “Trolls”).
The idiosyncratic teenager Yi is spoken in the German dubbing of Nilam Farooq (“Rate your Date”), Jin is spoken by YouTuber and dancer Julien Bam, who already had a voice in “I, just incorrigible”. The English original features Chloe Bennet (“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), Albert Tsai (“Trophy Wife”), Sarah Paulson (“Glass”) and Michelle Wong (“Wonder Boy”).
The enchanting animation adventure “Everest – A Yeti Goes High” starts on September 26, 2019 in German cinemas and has a rating of ages 6 and up.

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