The director Andrew Stanton had asked to keep the absolute secrecy on these images.
Released in 2016, the sequel to Nemo’s world surprised Pixar fans by being the opposite of the original animated film. Where the first opus was an adventure without downtime and filled with very fun moments, Finding Dory made an impression for its sadder tone, plunging into the poignant story of the little blue fish who loses his memory.
By presenting the first images of the world of dory a few months before its release, the director Andrew Stanton had made the journalists present promise to keep the most absolute secrecy on certain images – absent from the promotion and the trailers – before its release. When it was finally released in the United States, Disney was finally able to show some clips of Dory as a child. A too cute video that we share today, on the occasion of its rebroadcast on M6.
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It is therefore the beginning of the film, a great flashback where we discover Baby Dory – the childish version of Dory, the fish suffering from immediate memory problems – and his parents who are playing hide and seek. The disappearance of Dory’s parents will be a founding trauma for the heroine, who in the sequel to the Nemo’s world will go looking for them. A terribly cute excerpt that is fitting with Piperthe Pixar short screened ahead of Dory, which also plays the absolute kawaï (a little bird learns to overcome its fear of the waves) that seems to be the studio norm these days.
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