Puss in Boots: The Last Wish It has been one of the great successes of animated cinema at the beginning of this year, but there is a scene in particular that has attracted the attention of locals and strangers. Check out why this sequence is being talked about.
Have you seen the latest DreamWorks animated movie yet? Puss in Boots: The Last Wish? If you haven’t seen it, don’t worry, there won’t be spoilers, we’re just going to talk about a sequence that has caught the attention of a good part of the people who have seen it. Also, you will be surprised to see how they did the scene of The cat with boots What are we talking about.
This is when Gato loses faith and becomes prey to fear. The protagonist collapses in a forest pulling air. His racing heartbeat is heard more than everything else going on around him. But his new friend Perrito notices it and rests his head on the feline’s tummy. Gato takes another breath and recovers while he caresses his savior. What Puss in Boots went through in that scene is something that happens to a lot of people and is known as a panic attack.
Very fortunate to have animated the Panic attack bit on Puss in Boots: The Last Wish!
Beyond thrilled to see all the love it has been getting on social media!
Dog is the kind of friend we all need 🙂#dreamworks #pussinbootsthelastwish #animation pic.twitter.com/Rd7MtPBuak
— prashanth cavale (@CavalePrashanth) January 18, 2023
This was not a scene pulled out of thin air. As director Joel Carwford told CNN in an interview, this was one of those moments when they didn’t want to cause laughter, but rather portray the vulnerable side of the film’s hero.
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This is how a panic attack is built in animated cinema
As reported by CNN, everyone involved at DreamWorks contributed to this scene of their own panic attacks. First the screenwriters Paul Fisher and Tommy Swerdlow. Then Crawford and co-director Januel Mercado and then storyboard artist Taylor Meacham.
Even the way Puss in Boots returns to calm is also based on the experiences of the film’s animation team. Animator Prashanth Cavale filmed himself as a reference for the scene.
As Crawford says in the interview, they wanted to avoid making the moment feel shallow or forced, but they also wanted it to be accessible to viewers of all ages.
According to David Carbonell, a clinical psychologist in Chicago who specializes in fear and phobias and who was consulted by CNN, Perrito’s response is also a good example for anyone who knows a loved one is suffering from panic attacks to follow: just be there for someone and not overwhelming them with suggestions can help you get through it.
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